Book Review: The Hygge Holiday by Roise Blake

Here we go. I promised a real, thought through and coherent book review of Rosie Blake’s The Hygge Holiday. And a promise is a promise, isn’t it? 🙂 If you haven’t read my spur-of-the-moment book reviewish post of  last week then I suggest you do so first. Because it can’t get more honest than that. The Hygge…

Book Review: Matilda by Roald Dahl

I have no idea why I haven’t read this book before. Because I was totally missing out. Matilda by Roald Dahl really is a book that every little girl, heck, every child should read. And so I’m glad that I stumbled upon it on my little children’s literature binge read. Matilda grew up in a family…

Book Review: The Secrets of Happiness by Lucy Diamond

The Secrets of Happiness is one of these books that I picked up merely because of the cover. I know. Don’t judge a book by its cover. But. It is really pretty and actually quite good. So let’s get stuck into the review. The story follows Becca and her sister Rachel through a summer that…

Book Review: The Sunshine and Biscotti Club by Jenny Oliver

Oh please let there be a sequel! I am by no means ready for the awesomeness that is Jenny Oliver’s The Sunshine and Biscotti Club to be over. Not at all! I picked up The Summerhouse by the Sea by Jenny Oliver at the beginning of this summer and I absolutely loved it. So naturally, I asked the…

Book Review: The Good Girlfriend’s Guide to Getting Even by Anna Bell

Welcome back 🙂 I’m really enjoying this new posting schedule of mine and can only hope that you appreciate it too. As it is Saturday today, I have another little book review for you. I read The Good Girlfriend’s Guide to Getting Even a little while ago, but never came around to reviewing it. We’re going…

Book Review: Cherry Pie Island Books by Jenny Oliver

Am I the only one who always starts her summer break in a bookstore? I hope not. Otherwise my bank account might have a reason to call me slightly crazy. 🙂 As you can see, I bought quite a stash. Perfect to go on holidays, right? Wrong. Turns out I hadn’t thought about having to…

Book Review: Wilde Like Me by Louise Pentland

I’m really excited to review Louise Pentland’s first novel Wilde Like Me. And there are two reasons for that. One is the fact that I really enjoyed reading it and the other you can catch up on over on my Instagram. 🙂 Wilde Like Me tells the story of Robin Wilde and her daughter Lyla Blue.…

Book Review: The Summer House By The Sea by Jenny Oliver

Oh yes! I have been in a bit of a rut in terms of my reading. Which is a shame, really. Especially given that I’ve spent a fortune on books in the last couple of weeks. So I’m sure my bank account will forever be grateful for Jenny Oliver and The Summer House By The Sea. It…

Book Review: Twenties Girl by Sophie Kinsella

You guys cannot imagine how glad I am that I didn’t give up on Sophie Kinsella after reading My Not So Perfect Life which let me down a bit. And I have no idea why I haven’t read Twenties Girl earlier given that it has been out since freaking 2009!! Lara Lington lives in London, as they…

Book Review: The Summer Seaside Kitchen by Jenny Colgan

If you follow me on any of my social media accounts you might already know that I went on some kind of unintended book haul. I went to my local bookstore intending to buy two new releases and walked out with an entire truck load full of books. I was over the moon. My bank account…

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