Blogmas Book Review: Christmas at the Falling-Down Guesthouse by Lilly Bartlett

After traveling to New York and Paris, I’ve decided to take our Christmas fun back to the UK today with Lilly Bartlett’s Christmas at the Falling-Down Guesthouse. The book has already been published back in 2016 under Lilly Bartlett’s real name Michele Gorman and the title The Reluctant Elf. So maybe you’ve already heard of it.

Book Review: Christmas at The Little Knitting Box

Would you just look at the cover of the book, please? Isn’t it reason enough to buy and read Christmas at The Little Knitting Box? I’m a big fan of Christmas reads and that’s why I’m thrilled to kick of my Blogmas a bit early this year with Christmas at The Little Knitting Box. It’s only once…

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

I haven’t read a series in a very long time. So reading Jenny Colgan’s book Rules, which is the second book in her Little School by the Sea series, was an eye-opener. Reading series can be really fun, can’t it? 🙂 Again, I want to keep the review rather short. If you want to know more, just tell…

Book Review: The Last Piece of my Heart by Paige Toon

Now, this review is completely different from what I thought it was going to be. I was absolutely certain that after reading Paige Toon’s The Last Piece of my Heart, I was going to have to go into another rant about how I hate her endings, but love her books. So just imagine my surprise when…

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: 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…

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