I've become quite a fan of Kirsty Ferry over the last year or so, and my favourite has to be the Tempest Sisters series; I loved both Summer at Carrick Park and Spring at Taigh Fallon, which focuses on Jessie's sisters, Rosa and Angel respectively. The author has the ability to write with great heart … Continue reading Jessie’s Little Bookshop by the Sea by Kirsty Ferry
I felt a bit sorry for A Cornish Affair, as it had the unenviable task of keeping me company in what was one of the most worrying weeks of my life to date when my husband was taken into hospital. As a result, it did take me a little while to get into - however, … Continue reading A Cornish Affair by Jo Lambert
I always look forward to reading the latest release from Kirsty Ferry, as not only are they so easy to get into, they are full to bursting with everything I need to fully escape from real life for a little while! A Secret Rose is no different. A time slip based in Cornwall, art dealer … Continue reading A Secret Rose by Kirsty Ferry
I'm delighted to be on the blog tour today for A Little Hotel in Cornwall by Laura Briggs. My thanks to Rachel at Rachel's Random Resources for inviting me to take part. Maisie Clark has dreams of becoming a writer, and when the dreams she has worked so hard to achieve are delivered a blow … Continue reading A Little Hotel in Cornwall by Laura Briggs
Earlier this year, I read and enjoyed Summer on the Italian Lakes by Lucy Coleman (my review is here!) and it is now available on e-book for only 99p, an absolute steal! The purchase links are just below! In the meantime, I'm delighted to hand over to the author herself so she can tell you … Continue reading Summer on the Italian Lakes by Lucy Coleman – 99p!!
I reviewed A Greek Affair earlier in the year, and it was the perfect dose of sun-filled romance! Click here to read my review! Even better - it is now available on Kindle for just 99p! Read ahead for more information on the novel, and also the chance to win some lovely prizes!! About the … Continue reading A Greek Affair by Linn B. Halton – 99p!!
I fell in love with Summer at Carrick Park last year, which as it turned out, was the first in Kirsty Ferry's new Tempest Sisters series. Then later in the year, both this novella, and her Christmas offering Watch For Me At Christmas both received a mention in my Top Reads of 2018 post, having … Continue reading Spring at Taigh Fallon by Kirsty Ferry
I'm delighted to be on the blog tour today for Summer on the Italian Lakes by Lucy Coleman. My thanks to Rachel's Random Resources for inviting me to take part. I only recently discovered that Lucy Coleman is the pen name for Linn B. Halton, whose novel A Greek Affair, I read and reviewed (and … Continue reading Summer on the Italian Lakes by Lucy Coleman
Day three of three on the blog tour for me today for The Scott Family Short Stories. My thanks once more to Rachel's Random Resources for inviting me to take part. The final short story, Fenella's Fabulous Fountain Fondue wonderfully ties up the trio with a lovely little bow. In this story, Laura and Ben … Continue reading Fenella’s Fabulous Fountain Fondue by Amanda Paull
It is day two of The Scott Family Short Stories by Amanda Paull for me today. My thanks again to Rachel's Random Resources for inviting me to take part. Following on from Let's Dance, the first in the series, A Christmas Day Kerfuffle brings back the Scott family in all their eccentric glory! This time it's … Continue reading A Christmas Day Kerfuffle by Amanda Paull