Book Review: The Donut Trap by Julie Tieu

Synopsis: Jasmine Tran has landed herself behind bars – maple bars that is. With no boyfriend or job prospects, Jasmine returns home to work at her parents’ donut shop. Jasmine quickly loses herself in a cyclical routine of donuts, Netflix, and sleep. She wants to break free from her daily grind, but when a hikeContinue reading Book Review: The Donut Trap by Julie Tieu

ARC Review: The Ivory Key by Akshaya Raman

Synopsis: Vira is desperate to get out of her mother’s shadow and establish her legacy as a revered queen of Ashoka. But with the country’s only quarry running out of magic – a precious resource that has kept Ashoka safe from conflict – she can barely protect her citizens from the looming threat of war.Continue reading “ARC Review: The Ivory Key by Akshaya Raman”

Book Review: Unchosen by Katharyn Blair

Synopsis: For Charlotte Holloway, the world ended twice. The first was when her childhood crush, Dean, fell in love—with her older sister. The second was when the Crimson, a curse spread through eye contact, turned the majority of humanity into flesh-eating monsters. Neither end of the world changed Charlotte. She’s still in the shadows ofContinue reading Book Review: Unchosen by Katharyn Blair

Book Review: The Layover by Lacie Waldon

Synopsis: After ten years as a flight attendant, Ava Greene is poised to hang up her wings and finally put down roots. Unfortunately, she’s working her last trip with Jack Stone – the absurdly gorgeous, ridiculously cocky man she’s held a secret grudge against for years. When their plane encounters mechanical problems, what should haveContinue reading “Book Review: The Layover by Lacie Waldon”

ARC Review:  The Artic Curry Club by Dani Redd

Synopsis: Soon after upending her life to accompany her boyfriend Ryan to the Arctic, Maya realises it’s not all Northern Lights and husky sleigh rides. Instead, she’s facing sub-zero temperatures, 24-hour darkness, crippling anxiety – and a distant boyfriend as a result. In her loneliest moment, Maya opens her late mother’s recipe book and cooks IndianContinue reading “ARC Review:  The Artic Curry Club by Dani Redd”

ARC Review: A Post Office Christmas by Poppy Cooper

Synopsis: 1915. After the recent dramatic events at the Home Depot, Milly Woods is looking forward to spending as much time as possible with her Post Office girls, Nora and Beth – known as Liza to her friends. With Christmas fast approaching, their job of getting millions of letters and parcels to the troops onContinue reading “ARC Review: A Post Office Christmas by Poppy Cooper”

ARC Review: A Special Cornish Christmas by Phillipa Ashley

Synopsis: This Christmas everything is about to change… When Bo Grayson and her friends meet a mysterious fortune teller, she gives each woman the same prediction: You will meet the love of your life by Christmas Day. But Bo quickly dismisses this as nonsense. And with the festive season in full swing, she has plenty to keep herContinue reading “ARC Review: A Special Cornish Christmas by Phillipa Ashley”

ARC Review: Under the Mistletoe by Sue Moorcroft

Synopsis: When Laurel returns to the village of Middledip, she’s looking for a quiet life. Adjusting to her recent divorce, she’s ready to spend some time getting back on her feet amidst the glorious snow-dusted countryside. Yet, life in Middledip is far from straightforward. Coming to the aid of her sister, Rea, as she navigatesContinue reading “ARC Review: Under the Mistletoe by Sue Moorcroft”

ARC Review: The Christmas Escape by Sarah Morgan

Synopsis: It was supposed to be Christy Sullivan’s perfect Christmas escape – a dream trip to Lapland with her family and best friend, Alix. But facing a make-or-break marriage crisis, Christy desperately needs time alone with her husband, Seb. Her solution? Alix, along with Seb’s oldest friend, Zac, can take Christy’s daughter on the plannedContinue reading “ARC Review: The Christmas Escape by Sarah Morgan”

ARC Review: Always in December by Emily Stone

Synopsis: Every December, Josie posts a letter to the parents she lost one Christmas night, many years ago. She always writes the same three words: Missing you, always. When Josie accidentally collides with a stranger at the postbox, she is unaware that Max has his own reasons for trying to avoid the season…or that their chanceContinue reading “ARC Review: Always in December by Emily Stone”

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