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ARC Review: Mad About You by Mhairi McFarlane

📖 📖 I received an ARC via NetGalley and the publishers, Harper Collins U.K., in exchange for an honest review. 📖 📖 Blurb Two strangers. One big coincidence. Driving each other crazy is just the beginning… Harriet Hatley is running away from everything. Getting married.Her boyfriend’s family.Her past. A dream house-share seems like the perfect place to… Continue reading ARC Review: Mad About You by Mhairi McFarlane

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Book Review: The Audacity by Katherine Ryan

Like Bridgerton #1, I read this book back in February and - in an effort to get out of a blogging (and general life) funk - I thought I’d share my thoughts on it (if I get back into the blogging rhythm, getting back into life rhythm will surely follow, right?). I really caught the… Continue reading Book Review: The Audacity by Katherine Ryan

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Book Review: The Hating Game by Sally Thorne

I’m (finally) catching up with posting reviews on the blog so, just in case you’re not sick of them, here’s another (you can read my other reviews: here and here). After watching the film version in February, it only seemed right I see what the hype is all about when it comes to The Hating… Continue reading Book Review: The Hating Game by Sally Thorne

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Book Review: Bridgerton: The Duke and I (#1) by Julia Quinn

It seems life has truly got in the way of blogging these last few months, resulting in very sporadic posts from me! Whilst I could apologise at length for that, you’ll be thankful to know, I’ll spare you. What I will do instead, even though I basically the last person on Earth to read this… Continue reading Book Review: Bridgerton: The Duke and I (#1) by Julia Quinn

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Book Review: The Rearranged Life of Oona Lockhart by Margarita Montimore

As you might have guessed, I’m making my way through my list of books read this year and - as well as feeling pretty good/surprised about finding the time to read so much - actually posting reviews on them. This means I have to cast my mind way back to the end of February (which… Continue reading Book Review: The Rearranged Life of Oona Lockhart by Margarita Montimore

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Book Review: Four Aunties And a Wedding by Jesse Sutanto

📖 📖 I received an E-ARC from NetGalley and the publishers (HQ) in exchange for an honest review. 📖 📖 Blurb It’s supposed to be the perfect day…After getting away with literal murder, Meddy can’t wait to settle down and marry the love of her life, Nathan. She’s found the dress, got the dream venue at Christ Church College,… Continue reading Book Review: Four Aunties And a Wedding by Jesse Sutanto

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Book Review: Impossible by Sarah Lotz

📖 📖 I received an E-Arc of this book via NetGalley and the publishers, Harper Collins U.K., in exchange for an honest review. 📖 📖 Blurb Nick: Failed writer. Failed husband. Dog owner. Bee: Serial dater. Dress maker. Pringles enthusiast. One day, their paths cross over a misdirected email. The connection is instant, electric. They feel… Continue reading Book Review: Impossible by Sarah Lotz

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Book Review: Stepping Up by Sarah Turner

📖 📖 I received an E-ARC of book via NetGalley and Random House U.K. in exchange for an honest review. 📖 📖 Blurb Beth has never stuck at anything. She's quit more jobs and relationships than she can remember and she still sleeps in her childhood bedroom. It's not that she hasn't tried to grow up, it's… Continue reading Book Review: Stepping Up by Sarah Turner

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Book Review: What Might Have Been by Holly Miller

📖 📖 I received an E-ARC of this book via NetGalley and Hodder & Stoughton in exchange for an honest review. 📖 📖 Blurb Is Lucy's life 'meant to be' . . . or meant to be different?Lucy's life is at a crossroads. She's just walked out of her unrewarding job and has no idea… Continue reading Book Review: What Might Have Been by Holly Miller

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Book Review: One Italian Summer by Rebecca Serle

📖 📖 I received an E-ARC of this book via NetGalley and the publishers Quercus in exchange for an honest review. 📖 📖 Blurb When Katy's mother dies, she is left reeling. Carol wasn't just Katy's mum, but her best friend and first phone call. She had all the answers and now, when Katy needs… Continue reading Book Review: One Italian Summer by Rebecca Serle