Sunday, 17 September 2017

Girl in the Castle by Lizzie Lamb

Henri finds herself in a whole heap of trouble, she heads for the Highlands of Scotland to escape and Castle Tearmannair is as faraway to hideaway as anyone could get. She is set to work in the castle library, cataloguing the contents of its ancient and dusty book collection. Looking for items of value, to help save the castle crumbling from age and decline, while waiting for the dust to settle on her own problems.

Employed by an eccentric laird in what in every way this remote place should be a quiet retreat, she doesn’t count on meeting his handsome son and setting her heart on adventure and new discoveries, she may treasure forever.

Lizzie Lamb knows how to tell a good tale and her mix of romance and adventure surrounded in a scottish setting is the perfect place to meet a wonderful bunch of characters and with a picturesque flow of words that flourish and flow off the pages, the reader is transported right into each and every scene. 

 

Saturday, 16 September 2017

Monday, 28 August 2017

The Big Dreams Beach Hotel by Lily Bartlett

After living her dream life in the Big Apple, Rosie unexpectedly finds herself back in her home town of Scarborough, where she is now running a run-down old-fashioned Victorian hotel. The hotel is filled with its own community of permanent residents who are used to the laid-back and gently atmosphere of the hotel. A far-cry from the hustle and bustle of New York City.

All is set to change when the hotel is bought by two eccentric American brothers, who even though have never been to see the hotel decide to make some very big changes and transition manager Rory comes in to oversee the renovation.

With a cast of colourful characters and a lively and witty narration to the book you are in for an entertaining read. I like the way the story has the theme of two story-lines from the past and present running parallel along side each other. A perfect beach, or by the pool holiday read. I also have a soft spot for Scarborough as it is my home town and having spent time myself in New York, I think Scarborough is just as charming and charismatic and you get that feel from the book. 





Sunday, 16 July 2017

Killer Affair by Rebecca Chance

Their two worlds could not have been further apart. Lexy is a popular reality star who lives her life to stay in the limelight. She has the looks, confidence and charisma to stay at the top of the fame game, she is everything plain-Jane Caroline is not. When a lucky break presents itself to blogger Caroline, which takes her right into the heart of Lexy's life. Caroline begins to feed off Lexy's put downs towards her and digest them into a drive to take all that Lexy has. Caroline becomes fuelled by a whole new confidence and setting her sights high, and a mighty rivalry and revenge is ready to put in play and sparks will fly.

Racy, steamy and sizzling scenes there is no holding back from author Rebecca Chance on this front and by heck how good she writes them... HOT! Along with a sensational storyline that is enticingly entertaining from beginning to end. The sparks flying between the two leading ladies you can feel exploding out of the pages as the story reaches its climax. NOT TO BE MISSED.

Killer Affair will be available to buy from the 27th July 2017.
 
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Saturday, 15 July 2017

Nikki Bywater

We are artists.

We feel things more deeper, and we see things much brighter...

Saturday, 8 July 2017

Born to Dance by June Tate

Bonny Burton was born to dance. It was everything she ever wanted and her chance to dance and become a professional has come. Bonny gets her big break that can only lead to bigger and brighter things, her talent can take her all the way to the top. Soon her heart is also dancing when well known boxer Mickey enters her life and she feels she is living her dreams. However just as soon as opportunity comes a knocking, it can cause you to fall and throw a few gangsters in with the glamour and glitter, along with crime and corruption in the mix and you have a knock out of a story.

Another great read from author June Tate.