Book Review: A Cinderella Christmas by Holly Kingston

I just love a good romance novel and most of them are rather predictable, for the majority of this book I was fairly certain I knew where it was going. How wrong could I have been?! I just wish it had been longer as it left me wanting more. I think I might have a slight book hangover from this one…

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Book Review: Solmon’s Tale by Sheila Jeffries

Solomon’s Tale is a story about a cat, not just any old cat but a healing cat. He is sent by way of an angel to look after Ellen who was Solomon’s best friend many years ago when she was just a little girl herself, now she is a married woman with a child of her own and a whole heap of troubles!

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Book Review: Coco’s Secret by Niamh Greene

Coco’s secret is a story of self-discovery and adventure.
We are introduced to to Sarah Swan who is on business in Paris finding antiques to sell at her families shop in Ireland, Sarah is planning to head home to be with her teenage daughter Coco when she is in an accident and never returns to her daughter.

Book Review: Confessions of a Chalet Girl by Lorraine Wilson

When Holly leaves England for a season working at a chalet in the Swiss Alps it’s to get a way from her everyday life and get over a recent break-up, she needs to have fun. Also because her house mates have announced they are expecting a baby and she needs to move out! Avoiding all of that she jets off for a season of Skiing and adventure… So this novella is about skiing and snowboarding right? Wrong! A fantastic steamy romance novella in the snow!

Top Five Christmas ads

Since this weeks release of John Lewis’ new animated Disney esque Christmas ad I’d like to share with you some of my favourites. First you can watch the 2013 John Lewis ad if you haven’t already! Designed by Aaron Blaise with Lily Alan singing it is as always very cute and has everyone talking about it. – 45 Sleeps to Christmas!

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Book Review: Tempting Fate by Jane Green

When this book landed on my doorstep I couldn’t wait to get started, it climbed straight to the top of my reading pile.
The last Jane Green novel I read was ‘The Accidental Husband’ which I really enjoyed and was hoping this would be just as good if not better. Of course Jane didn’t let me down.