Blogmas Book Review: The Little Christmas Kitchen by Jenny Oliver

I’m late, I’m late, I know. But I have a good reason! I had to finish Jenny Oliver’s The Little Christmas Kitchen. And boy was it good! If you’ve been around here for a while, you might know that I’m Jenny Oliver’s official number one fan. I think I have now read all of her books…

Blogmas Book Review: The Parisian Christmas Bake Off by Jenny Oliver

Christmas books are always set in magical locations, aren’t they? So far we’ve had a lot of New York with Christmas at The Little Knitting Box and Kiss Me In New York. But today we’re moving everything back to Europe and the city of love with Jenny Oliver’s The Parisian Christmas Bake Off. I’ve been to Paris…

Blogmas Book Review: Kiss Me In New York by Catherine Rider

After Christmas at the Little Knitting Box which was set in New York, I thought I’d follow it up with an other New York themed book: Kiss Me In New York.  I’ve never been to New York on Christmas (or any other time that is), but it’s certainly something I want to do one of these days. The city…

Book Review: Class (Little School by the Sea) by Jenny Colgan

I’m a big Jenny Colgan fan. So it felt like heaven when I discovered her Little School by the Sea series. Sadly there are only two books out yet. Can’t wait for more! But while I do, I thought I’d write you a short review of the first book Class so you can share the excitement with…

Book Review: The Vintage Summer Wedding by Jenny Oliver

What a lovely, lovely book. It’s books like The Vintage Summer Wedding by Jenny Oliver that make me want to talk about books. But they also make the whole writing a good review kind of hard because there’s nothing to complain about. 🙂   What the The Vintage Summer Wedding is about Anna has screwed up big…

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…

Bookish Thoughts on “The Hygge Holiday” by Rosie Blake

Ok. I… Um… yeah. Now you see why I normally don’t start writing a book review ten seconds after reading the last sentence. My thoughts still wrapped up in the story. But Rosie Blake’s The Hygge Holiday deserves an exception. It’s probably already obvious that I loved the book. And if I knew a stronger verb…

Book Review: Little Beach Street Bakery by Jenny Colgan

Just one simple piece of information about me before we start off with this review; I absolutely hate everything violent, scary or overly dramatic. And it doesn’t matter whether it is a book or a movie. Because these scenes always haunt me for days to come. So please just take this into consideration when you…

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