The Best Christmas Ever – Karen King

Published By: HeadlinePages: 352Released On: 07/10/2021 Lexi Fforde adores Christmas. She’s especially looking forward to it this year as it is the first Christmas with her boyfriend Ben and her older brother is visiting from Canada with his family. They’ll all be spending Christmas at her parents’ house in Devon. But when Lexi surprises BenContinue reading “The Best Christmas Ever – Karen King”

This is Going to Hurt – Adam Kay

Published By: PicadorPages: 280Date Released: 12/09/2017 Welcome to the life of a junior doctor: 97-hour weeks, life and death decisions, a constant tsunami of bodily fluids, and the hospital parking meter earns more than you. Scribbled in secret after endless days, sleepless nights and missed weekends, Adam Kay’s “This is Going to Hurt” provides aContinue reading “This is Going to Hurt – Adam Kay”

My Best Friend’s Wedding – Tilly Tennant

Published By: BookouturePages: 300Released On: 08/10/2021 Everything was in place for Libby’s own wedding day – the ancient church with roses around the door, the frothy white wedding dress of her dreams… That is until her Mr Right, Rufus, turned out to be Mr Wrong and dumped her out of the blue. For her cousin.Continue reading “My Best Friend’s Wedding – Tilly Tennant”

Sunrise Over Pebble Bay – Della Galton

Published By: BoldwoodPages: 325Released On: 05/10/2021 Talented, yet relatively unknown actress and celebration cake bake extraordinaire Olivia Lambert is running out of time. Approaching forty, she’s yet to land the role that will launch her television careers and she’s desperate to be a mum. Her new man, Phil Grimshaw from the Bluebell Cliff Hotel, seemsContinue reading “Sunrise Over Pebble Bay – Della Galton”

Man’s Search For Meaning – Viktor E. Frankl

Published by: RiderPages: 160Date released: 06/05/2004Date read: 04/03/2021 Man’s Search for Meaning is Viktor Frankl’s story of his struggle for survival in Auschwitz and other Nazi concentration camps. Today, this remarkable tribute to hope offers us an avenue to finding greater meaning and purpose in our own lives. This book review is going to beContinue reading “Man’s Search For Meaning – Viktor E. Frankl”

In Another Light – AJ Banner

Published By: Lake UnionPages: 252Released On: 05/10/2021 Three years ago, mortuary cosmetologist Phoebe Glassman lost her husband in a tragic accident. No longer the hopeful wife and mother she once was, Phoebe is disappearing into her grief and into the quietude of her job – restoring to the dead the illusion of life. Then theContinue reading “In Another Light – AJ Banner”

The Court of Miracles – Kester Grant

Published By: Harper VoyagerPages: 402Date Released: 04/06/2020 In the dark days following a failed French Revolution, in the violent jungle of an alternate 1828 Paris, young cat-burglar Eponine (Nina) Thenardier goes head to head with merciless royalty, and the lords of the city’s criminal underworld to save the life of her adopted sister Cosette (Ettie).Continue reading “The Court of Miracles – Kester Grant”

The Village Inn Of Secret Dreams – Alison Sherlock

Published By: BoldwoodReleased On: 30/09/2021 After escaping her parents’ unhappy marriage to sleepy Cranbridge a long time ago, Belle Clark dreams of staying at The Black Swan Inn forever. But with the rundown Inn threatened with closure, Belle may be forced to leave, unless a buyer can be found quickly. So, when her oldest friendContinue reading “The Village Inn Of Secret Dreams – Alison Sherlock”

Christmas At Fox Farm – Helen Pollard

Published By: BookouturePages: 306Date Released: 29/09/2021 At Fox Farm, the village has gathered to decorate the ten-foot tree and carol the night away. Robins dart across frosty hedgerows and holly bushes are covered with ruby-red berries. But this year they will need an extra pinch of festive magic to keep Christmas alive… Living at FoxContinue reading “Christmas At Fox Farm – Helen Pollard”

The Beautiful Fall – Hugh Breakey

Published By: Text PublishingPages: 368Released On: 30/09/2021 Every 179 days Robbie forgets everything. He knows this because last time it happened he wrote himself a letter explaining it. The disorientation. The fear. The bizarre circumstances imposed by the rare neurological condition he lives with. To survive the forgetting – to cope with his recurring lossContinue reading “The Beautiful Fall – Hugh Breakey”