ARC Review: Uncoupling by Lorraine Brown

Synopsis: Hannah and Si are in love and on the same track – that is, until their train divides on the way to a wedding. The next morning, Hannah wakes up in Paris and realises that her boyfriend (and her ticket) are 300 miles away in Amsterdam! But then Hannah meets Léo on the stationContinue reading “ARC Review: Uncoupling by Lorraine Brown”

ARC Review: You Deserve Each Other by Sarah Hogle

Synopsis: Meet Naomi and Nicholas: the Perfect Couple.  Their glorious, lavish wedding is coming up in three short months . . . and they are utterly, miserably sick of each other. Unfortunately, whoever backs out first will end up bearing the brunt of the wedding bill. When Naomi finds out that Nicholas has been feigningContinue reading “ARC Review: You Deserve Each Other by Sarah Hogle”

ARC Review: Love Letters from Paris by Nicolas Barreau

Synopsis Julien Azoulay is famous around the world for his beautiful romance novels. But last year, he stopped believing in love. When his beloved wife Hélène died, leaving him alone to raise his young son, Julien lost his faith in the happier side of life – and with it his ability to write.  But HélèneContinue reading “ARC Review: Love Letters from Paris by Nicolas Barreau”

ARC Review: Beneath Cornish Skies by Kate Ryder

Synopsis: To an outsider, Cassandra Shaw’s life looks perfect. She lives in a beautiful, luxurious house in the English countryside, with a handsome, wealthy boyfriend who insists she needn’t do a day’s work in her life. But Cassie knows that something is not right. Her boyfriend has grown colder, treating her more like a housekeeper thanContinue reading “ARC Review: Beneath Cornish Skies by Kate Ryder”

ARC Review: Christmas Island by Natalie Newman

Synopsis: After all the years of hard work it took Londoner Holly Greene to become a doctor, now it could all be taken away and she only has herself to blame. She’s retreating to her brother’s rustic home on an island off the coast of Norway to lick her wounds. Only, it’s the middle ofContinue reading “ARC Review: Christmas Island by Natalie Newman”

ARC Review: One More for Christmas by Sarah Morgan

Synopsis: Gayle is a highly successful and motivated business woman, but her success has come at a price – she hasn’t spoken to her daughters, Ella and Samantha, for years. But when Gayle has an accident at work, she realises she needs to make amends with her family. And so she invites herself to joinContinue reading “ARC Review: One More for Christmas by Sarah Morgan”

ARC Review: The Flip Side by James Bailey

Synopsis: One coin, one year and one new shot at love.  Josh thought he was doing everything right.  He found a girl. They adopted a rabbit. He finally found the perfect moment to propose.  She said no.  On the London Eye . . . On New Year’s Eve . . . Suspended 443ft in theContinue reading “ARC Review: The Flip Side by James Bailey”

ARC Review: Meet me in London by Georgia Toffolo

Synopsis: Aspiring clothes designer Victoria Scott spends her days working in a bar in Chelsea, and her evenings designing vintage clothes, dreaming of one day opening her own boutique. But these aspirations are under threat from the new department store opening at the end of her road. She needs a Christmas miracle, but one isContinue reading “ARC Review: Meet me in London by Georgia Toffolo”

ARC Review: Spoiler Alert by Olivia Dade

Synopsis: Marcus Caster-Rupp has a secret. While the world knows him as Aeneas, the star of the biggest show on TV, he’s known to fanfiction readers as Book!AeneasWouldNever, an anonymous and popular poster. Through his stories, Marcus is able to get out his own frustrations with his character, especially the ones that feature the internet’sContinue reading “ARC Review: Spoiler Alert by Olivia Dade”

ARC Review: Anything but Easy by Susie Tate

Synopsis: Kira Murphy is a liability: always has been. She might be small but her personality and heart are not: a sexual health doctor with a foul mouth, pink streaks in her hair, a bizarre world view, a reputation for being ‘pathologically social’, and a huge crush on the current Minister of State for Business,Continue reading “ARC Review: Anything but Easy by Susie Tate”

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