ARC Review: The Promise of Summer by Bella Osborne

Synopsis: After years of dating losers, cheats and one guy who did something unrepeatable to her kettle, Ruby has all but given up on romance. But then a stranger sits next to her on a train to London and explains his plan to propose to the woman of his dreams. Maybe true love does exist after all? When the man accidentally leaves the engagement ringContinue reading “ARC Review: The Promise of Summer by Bella Osborne”

ARC Review: Hang the Moon by Alexandria Bellefleur

Synopsis: Brendon Lowell loves love. It’s why he created a dating app to help people find their one true pairing and why he’s convinced “the one” is out there, even if he hasn’t met her yet. Or… has he? When his sister’s best friend turns up in Seattle unexpectedly, Brendon jumps at the chance toContinue reading “ARC Review: Hang the Moon by Alexandria Bellefleur”

ARC Review: Make Up Break Up by Lily Menon

Synopsis: Annika Dev believes in love, second chances and fairy-tale endings. Her app, Make Up, helps couples believe in these things too.  Hudson Craft believes in fast cars, flashy start-ups and high efficiency break-ups. His app, Break Up, helps people expedite their failing relationships. It’s wildly successful and everything that Annika hates. Which wouldn’t beContinue reading “ARC Review: Make Up Break Up by Lily Menon”

ARC Review: The Lock In by Phoebe Luckhurst

Synopsis: Ellen and Alexa have survived hangovers, dodgy landlords and most of their twenties together.  But can they survive this?While nursing The Hangover from Hell, a flooded kitchen leads best friends Ellen and Alexa, and hapless housemate Jack, into their attic to turn off the water supply.  But when Ben – Alexa’s date from the night beforeContinue reading “ARC Review: The Lock In by Phoebe Luckhurst”

ARC Review: The Country Village Summer Fete by Cathy Lake

Synopsis: Emma Patrick’s life is spiralling out of control. On the cusp of her 50th birthday, she realises that she’s been so focused on work that she’s lost any real connection to people. When Emma’s ageing father needs her help, she decides to go back home to the countryside to spend some time with him.Continue reading “ARC Review: The Country Village Summer Fete by Cathy Lake”

ARC Review: The Forevers by Chris Whitaker

Synopsis: They knew the end was coming. They saw it ten years back, when it was far enough away in space and time and meaning.The changes were gradual, and then sudden.  For Mae and her friends, it means navigating a life where action and consequence are no longer related. Where the popular are both trophiesContinue reading “ARC Review: The Forevers by Chris Whitaker”

ARC Review: Songbirds by Christy Lefteri

Synopsis: Nisha has crossed oceans to give her child a future. By day she cares for Petra’s daughter; at night she mothers her own little girl by the light of a phone. Nisha’s lover, Yiannis, is a poacher, hunting the tiny songbirds on their way to Africa each winter. His dreams of a new life,Continue reading “ARC Review: Songbirds by Christy Lefteri”

ARC Review: Walking the Invisible by Michael Stewart

Synopsis: In his journey to get closer to the Brontës, award-winning author Michael Stewart began walking the historic paths they trod while writing their most famous works. From Liverpool to Scarborough, across wild, windy, and often unforgiving scenery, he discovered echoes of the siblings’ novels. And with the help of an unlikely cast of Yorkshire’sContinue reading “ARC Review: Walking the Invisible by Michael Stewart”

ARC Review: The Guilty Husband by Stephanie DeCarolis

Synopsis: Vince Taylor has everything he could dream of. He’s the CEO of a tech firm in New York City, owns a beautiful home, and most importantly, he is married to Nicole – the woman who stole his heart the first moment he set eyes on her. Together they have built the perfect life. ONE GUILTY SECRET ButContinue reading “ARC Review: The Guilty Husband by Stephanie DeCarolis”

ARC Review: A Sitting in St James by Rita Williams-Garcia

Synopsis: 1860, Louisiana. After serving as mistress of Le Petit Cottage for more than six decades, Madame Sylvie Guilbert has decided, in spite of her family’s objections, to sit for a portrait. While Madame plots her last hurrah, stories that span generations—from the big house to out in the fields—of routine horrors, secrets buried asContinue reading “ARC Review: A Sitting in St James by Rita Williams-Garcia”

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