The Weighing Of The Heart by Paul Tudor Owen

Any book based in New York is a winner in my eyes. This book is very well written and made me feel like I was right there, back in NYC standing on Fifth Avenue or walking into Central Park. Whilst the story is based in New York, we are also transported to Ancient Egypt. I…

What Goes Around by Rachel Ellyn

What Goes Around is a very quick read but it draws you in straight away and that makes it very easy to lose yourself for a couple of hours and read the whole thing... and that's exactly what I did. As you can see from reading the blurb, Alice is angry, bitter and wants revenge.…

Killing It & The Nursery by Asia Mackay

Lex Tyler. Wife, Mum, Secret Agent! This blog post is a little different because I'm reviewing two books in one post. I read them the wrong way round, but I will review them in the right order. KILLING IT As mentioned above, I accidentally read these the wrong way round. In doing so, I gave…

Tidelands by Philippa Gregory

'England 1648 - A dangerous time for a woman to be different...' This book is absolutely stunning from start to finish. When I was asked if I would like a copy to review for the blog tour I immediately said yes. I haven't read any of Philippa Gregory's books before but I have a couple…

Rewind by Catherine Ryan Howard

Rewind is absolutely fantastic. So cleverly written and easy to keep up with despite the 'fast forward', 'rewind', 'pause' elements of the book. First we meet Natalie. An Instagram star, an influencer and a woman who needs a serious break from her phone. Natalie heads to a remote seaside town called Shanamore, but we soon…

An Elegant Solution by Anne Atkins

An Elegant Solution tells the story of Theo, Charlotte, Claire, Suki, & many other characters. Theo is autistic and some of the language in the book can be quite confusing at first, but once you get used to Theo as a character he becomes loveable and a lot easier to decipher. The author has written…