ARC Review: Surrogate by Susan Spindler

Synopsis: Ruth Furnival has built the life she always dreamed of: a stellar career in television, a lovely home, a lawyer husband and two grown-up daughters. But at 54, with an empty nest and the menopause behind her, she feels restless and dissatisfied. After multiple rounds of failed IVF, her elder daughter Lauren is toldContinue reading “ARC Review: Surrogate by Susan Spindler”

ARC Review: At First Sight by Hannah Sunderland

Synopsis: Nell and Charlie feel a spark when they meet by chance in a cafe. But they don’t trade numbers, or surnames, so there’s no way they’ll meet again. But the next day, Nell’s phone rings at work. Somehow, impossibly, Charlie is on the other end. And he needs her help. Nell is about toContinue reading “ARC Review: At First Sight by Hannah Sunderland”

ARC Review: Sweethand by N G Peltier

Synopsis: For the first time in forever, lifelong rivals Cherisse and Keiran are back in Trinidad at the same time. And while Keiran may have the most swoonworthy smile, he’s also the most annoying man Cherisse has ever met. Unfortunately, avoiding him is impossible. With Keiran’s close friend getting ready to marry Cherisse’s sister, he’sContinue reading “ARC Review: Sweethand by N G Peltier”

Blog Tour Review: The Forgotten Life of Arthur Pettinger by Suzanne Fortin

It’s my blog tour stop for this wonderful book. Thank you Victoria Joss, Head of Zeus, for inviting me on this tour and for the lovely limited edition proof.   Synopsis: Arthur Pettinger’s memory isn’t what it used to be. He can’t always remember the names of his grandchildren, where he lives or which way roundContinue reading “Blog Tour Review: The Forgotten Life of Arthur Pettinger by Suzanne Fortin”

ARC Review: The Split by Laura Kay

THE SPLIT BLOG BLAST! #TheSplit @QuercusBooks @lauraelizakay Synopsis: Brutally dumped by her girlfriend, Ally is homeless, friendless and jobless… but at least she has Malcolm. Wounded and betrayed, Ally has made off with the one thing she thinks might soothe the pain: Emily’s cat.  After a long train journey she arrives home to her dadContinue reading “ARC Review: The Split by Laura Kay”

ARC Review: Meet Me in Hawaii by Georgia Toffolo

Synopsis: Malie Pukui doesn’t believe in happy ever after. After a tragedy caused her to flee her family and friends in Devon she found a fresh start in Hawaii. Here, working at a surf school, she can give back to those in need and try to overcome the greatest loss in her life. Moved aroundContinue reading “ARC Review: Meet Me in Hawaii by Georgia Toffolo”

ARC Review: Transcendent Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi

Synopsis: As a child Gifty would ask her parents to tell the story of their journey from Ghana to Alabama, seeking escape in myths of heroism and romance. When her father and brother succumb to the hard reality of immigrant life in the American South, their family of four becomes two – and the lifeContinue reading “ARC Review: Transcendent Kingdom by Yaa Gyasi”

ARC Review: Red Tigress by Amélie Wen Zhao

Synopsis: Ana Mikhailov is the only surviving member of the royal family of Cyrilia. She has no army, no title, and no allies, and now she must find a way to take back the throne or risk the brutal retribution of the empress. Morganya is determined to establish a new world order on the spilledContinue reading “ARC Review: Red Tigress by Amélie Wen Zhao”

ARC Review: The Paris Secret by Natasha Lester

Synopsis: A decades old secret . . . When Kat Jourdan discovers a priceless collection of Dior gowns hidden in her grandmother’s remote cottage, she delves into the mystery of their origin, determined to know more about her beloved grandmother’s secret past. An unspeakable betrayal . . . In England, 1939, talented pilot Skye PenroseContinue reading “ARC Review: The Paris Secret by Natasha Lester”

ARC Review: The Coven by Lizzie Fry

Synopsis: Imagine a world in which witchcraft is real. In which mothers hand down power to their daughters, power that is used harmlessly and peacefully.  Then imagine that the US President is a populist demagogue who decides that all witches must be imprisoned for their own safety, as well as the safety of those aroundContinue reading “ARC Review: The Coven by Lizzie Fry”

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