Blog Tour for JoJo’s French Escape by Lorraine Wilson @rararesources

Welcome to my stop on the Publication Day Push for JoJo's French Escape. I love this series by Lorraine Wilson. The drama, the romance the setting... I hope you'll delight in it too. ‘She had me at Bonjour! Warm, funny, deliciously French…this lovely story filled my heart with sunshine’ Jane Linfoot Imagine yourself in beautiful... Continue Reading →

Review of A Vicarage Reunion by Kate Hewitt

My second book by Kate Hewitt and the second time I went in thinking I’d enjoy a sweet, light read but ended up taking away a deeper reflection than expected. Welcome to Thornthwaite, a quaint village tucked up in England’s beautiful but rainy Lake District, where homecomings and surprises await the four Holley sisters…Esther Holley,... Continue Reading →

Review of Meet Cute by Helena Hunting

I decided I'd enter the Romance Book Reading Challenge after all. This month's selected genre is Contemporary Romance. The four prompts to choose from, within this genre, were: 2019 favouriteJanuary new releaseGoodreads Choice Award NomineeNew to you author I chose the Goodreads nominee and went with Meet Cute by Helena Hunting. It was already on... Continue Reading →

Review of Bear With Me by Jessica Redland

Jemma has the job of her dreams as curator for the children’s section of a museum in London. She spends each day surrounded by the one thing she’s absolutely passionate about: teddy bears. When boyfriend, Scott, shows a genuine interest in her passion instead of laughing at her for “playing with teddies all day”, she... Continue Reading →

Review of Fired by Cora Brent

In this fiery series debut from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Cora Brent, a workplace romance might prove too hot to handle.Still reeling from a nasty divorce, Melanie Cruz’s pride takes another beating when she loses her enviable job at an upscale resort. After a flurry of unsuccessful interviews, she finally—desperately—accepts a job managing a small... Continue Reading →

Review of In the Heir by Ruth Cardello

Brett Westerly is his father’s golden child, but it’s come at a cost. As head of the family corporation, he throws himself into his work—hiding in his office is easier than confronting the reality of his broken family.After a bitter divorce that split the family and divided loyalties, the wealthy Westerly matriarch offers an early... Continue Reading →

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