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#TheFavour by @lvaughanwrites #blogtour #review @corvusbooks @randomTTours

Synopsis: Fortune favours the fraud... When she was thirteen years old, Ada Howell lost not just her father, but the life she felt she was destined to lead. Now, at eighteen, Ada is given a second chance when her wealthy godmother gifts her with an extravagant art history trip to Italy. In the palazzos of… Continue reading #TheFavour by @lvaughanwrites #blogtour #review @corvusbooks @randomTTours

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#FlappyEntertains by @santamontefiore #blogtour #extract @simonschusteruk

Synopsis: Flappy Scott-Booth is the self-appointed queen bee of Badley Compton, a picturesque Devon village. While her husband Kenneth spends his days on the golf course, she is busy overseeing her beautiful house and gardens, and organising unforgettable events, surrounded by friends who hang on to her every word. Her life is a reflection of… Continue reading #FlappyEntertains by @santamontefiore #blogtour #extract @simonschusteruk

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#HereistheBeehive by @SarahCrossan @Bloomsburybooks

Description: Ana and Connor have been having an affair for three years. In hotel rooms and coffee shops, swiftly deleted texts and briefly snatched weekends, they have built a world with none but the two of them in it. But then the unimaginable happens, and Ana finds herself alone, trapped inside her secret. How can… Continue reading #HereistheBeehive by @SarahCrossan @Bloomsburybooks

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#TheFamilyTree by @sairish_hussain #blogtour #review @HQstories

Description: Amjad cradles his baby daughter in the middle of the night. He has no time to mourn his wife’s death. Saahil and Zahra, his two small children, are relying on him. Amjad vows to love and protect them always. Years later, Saahil and his best friend, Ehsan, have finished university and are celebrating with… Continue reading #TheFamilyTree by @sairish_hussain #blogtour #review @HQstories

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Review of #TheOtherBennetSister by Janice Hadlow @rosiewilsreads @Mantlebooks @samantlebooks @PFDAgents

Description: In Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, Mary is the middle of the five Bennet girls and the plainest of them all, so what hope does she have? Prim and pious, with no redeeming features, she is unloved and seemingly unloveable.The Other Bennet Sister, though, shows another side to Mary. An introvert in a family of extroverts;… Continue reading Review of #TheOtherBennetSister by Janice Hadlow @rosiewilsreads @Mantlebooks @samantlebooks @PFDAgents

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“The Other Half of Augusta Hope” by Joanna Glen (review)

Description: Augusta Hope has never felt like she fits in. And she’s right – she doesn’t. At six, she’s memorising the dictionary. At seven, she’s correcting her teachers. At eight, she spins the globe and picks her favourite country on the sound of its name: Burundi. And now that she's an adult, Augusta has no… Continue reading “The Other Half of Augusta Hope” by Joanna Glen (review)

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“Mr Doubler Begins Again” by Seni Glaister (blog tour- review)

Description: Baked, mashed, boiled or fried, Mr Doubler knows his potatoes. But the same can’t be said for people. Since he lost his wife, he’s been on his own at Mirth Farm – and that suits Doubler just fine. Crowds are for other people; the only company he needs are his potato plants and his… Continue reading “Mr Doubler Begins Again” by Seni Glaister (blog tour- review)

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“The Escape” by Clare Harvey (blog tour- guest post)

Today I have a guest post from Clare, as part of the blog tour for her wonderful new book "The Escape"! Read on below... "Its not a holiday!" God bless biographer Antonia Fraser for inventing ‘optical research’, which is a technical sounding term for going somewhere and wondering about, getting a feel for what it… Continue reading “The Escape” by Clare Harvey (blog tour- guest post)

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“Our Child of the Stars” by Stephen Cox (review)

Description: Molly and Gene Myers were happy, until tragedy blighted their hopes of children. During the years of darkness and despair, they each put their marriage in jeopardy, but now they are starting to rebuild their fragile bond. This is the year of Woodstock and the moon landings; war is raging in Vietnam and the… Continue reading “Our Child of the Stars” by Stephen Cox (review)

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“A Silent Song” by Rebecca Seaton (review)

Description: Growing up in a small village in the North of Garrtron, the ability to sing is crucial. Born mute, Els is considered an affront to her people’s gods. Nobody knows she has magical powers that could prove the tipping point in the battle against an ancient evil. Can she overcome rejection to unite all… Continue reading “A Silent Song” by Rebecca Seaton (review)