5 Star Reviews

#BookReview (5 Stars) – The Foster Child @JennyBlackhurst @headlinepg #Psychological #Thriller

At the time of creating this blog post, The Foster Child is just 99p on Amazon Kindle, and well worth every penny! I’ve also just spotted that Jenny Blackhurst’s debut psychological thriller, How I Lost You is current FREE on Amazon Kindle 🙂 Blurb: The ADDICTIVE new thriller from the bestselling author of HOW I LOST… Continue reading #BookReview (5 Stars) – The Foster Child @JennyBlackhurst @headlinepg #Psychological #Thriller

4 Star Reviews · Blog Tour

#BlogTour #Review – Snowflakes, Iced Cakes and Second Chances, by @suewatsonwriter @bookouture

I’m really happy to be part of the blog tour for Snowflakes, Iced Cakes and Second Chances, written by Sue Watson and published by Bookouture 🙂 Blurb: Escape to the cosy little village of Appledore for hot chocolate with extra marshmallows and a second chance at love. Will this Christmas prove that miracles really can… Continue reading #BlogTour #Review – Snowflakes, Iced Cakes and Second Chances, by @suewatsonwriter @bookouture

Book of the Month

Book of the Month (September 2017) The Cosy Canal Boat Dream @ChristieJBarlow @HarperImpulse

I read five 5 star books in September, but this one completely won my heart and I’m still thinking about it a few weeks after reading it ❤ Blurb: Welcome to the Little Rock marina – where hearts are healed and dreams are made… For the last two years Nell Andrews has been struggling to… Continue reading Book of the Month (September 2017) The Cosy Canal Boat Dream @ChristieJBarlow @HarperImpulse

4 Star Reviews

#BookReview – The Witch: A History of Fear, from Ancient Times to the Present @yalepress

Blurb: Why have societies all across the world feared witchcraft? This book delves deeply into its context, beliefs, and origins in Europe’s history. The witch came to prominence—and often a painful death—in early modern Europe, yet her origins are much more geographically diverse and historically deep. In this landmark book, Ronald Hutton traces witchcraft from… Continue reading #BookReview – The Witch: A History of Fear, from Ancient Times to the Present @yalepress

4 Star Reviews

#BookReview (4 stars) The Winter’s Child, by Cassandra Parkin @cassandrajaneuk #Dark #Thriller

Blurb: Five years ago, Susannah Harper’s son Joel went missing without trace. Bereft of her son and then of her husband, Susannah tries to accept that she may never know for certain what has happened to her lost loved ones. She has rebuilt her life around a simple selfless mission: to help others who, like… Continue reading #BookReview (4 stars) The Winter’s Child, by Cassandra Parkin @cassandrajaneuk #Dark #Thriller

Jules Just Read...

Jules Just Read… September 2017 – #MonthlyReads #FinishedReading #BookReview #Books #BooksRead

September was rather a successful reading month for me. I like to aim for an optimistic 10 books, but don’t always reach that target, so I’m pleased that I managed to read 11 books. 5 of those books were 5 star reads too 🙂 My main focus has been on NetGalley books, especially as I… Continue reading Jules Just Read… September 2017 – #MonthlyReads #FinishedReading #BookReview #Books #BooksRead

4 Star Reviews

#BookReview (4 stars) – We’ll Always Have Christmas, by Jenny Hale @jhaleauthor @bookouture

Blurb: An enchanting story about the magic of Christmas, the importance of family, and the joy of falling in love during the most romantic season of the year… Christmas has always been a special time for Noelle Parker. Winter evenings spent with family and friends, drinking hot chocolate and eating cookies at her family’s cozy bakery… Continue reading #BookReview (4 stars) – We’ll Always Have Christmas, by Jenny Hale @jhaleauthor @bookouture