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Blog Blitz: Reflected Destinies

I'll be reviewing this book on the 24th of September - I'm so excited to uncover all its secrets. Reflected Destinies Laura is happy and content, she has a new boyfriend and loves her job teaching primary school pupils in London. But when she inherits a rundown house from a stranger on her 30th birthday, memories of her prom night come flooding back, memories of a scary encounter and an antique mirror in the very same house. Laura visits the house with all its secrets and as she unravels the clues she reveals the biggest secret of all: her own destiny. But how can you change the future if it’s already written in the past? Purchase Link – http://mybook.to/reflecteddestinies About Florence K

Review: The Daughter of River Valley

The Daughter of River Valley Beth Jago appears to have the idyllic life, she has a trade to earn a living and a cottage of her own in Cornwall’s beautiful River Valley. Yet appearances can be deceptive … Beth has a secret. Since inheriting her isolated cottage she has been receiving threats, so when she finds a man in her home she acts on her instincts. One frying pan to the head and she has robbed the handsome stranger of his memory and almost killed him. Brought together by unknown circumstances, and fearful he may die, she reluctantly nurses the intruder back to health. Yet can she trust the man with no name who has entered her life, or is he as dangerous as his nightmares suggest? As the

Review: Madam Love, Actually

Madam Love, Actually Lance Parker is an arrogant know-it-all. As author of the bestselling book Your Soulmate Doesn’t Exist, he says love is for losers. Madam Love is a fortune teller and matchmaker who has brought hundreds of couples together. When the two clash during a radio interview, she admits even someone as irritating and impossible as Lance has a soulmate. He says she’s delirious and a fraud. Then the gauntlet is laid down: Madam Love has two weeks to prove Lance wrong and find him a soulmate. When Lance meets wonderful Emma by chance, he doesn’t know what to think anymore. But Emma has a secret. She’s Madam Love, actually. And it's going to take a whole lot more than a crystal ball

Review: Forgive Me Not

Forgive Me Not Forgiveness can be hard to come by… An unputdownable new novel from bestseller Samantha Tonge How far would you go to make amends? When Emma fled her home at Foxglove Farm, she’d let down and hurt those who cared for her most. But now, two years later, she’s ready to face up to her past; she’s ready to go back. But Emma’s unannounced return causes more problems than she could have foreseen. The people she knew and loved aren’t ready to forget, let alone forgive. And the one person she wants to reconnect with the most, her mother, can’t remember who she is. Just as Emma starts to rebuild trust, an uncovered family secret and a shocking past crime threaten her newly forged futur

Blog Blitz: Second Cup

First Anniversary Blog Blitz: The Second Cup by Sarah Marie Graye The Second Cup was originally published on 19 July 2017. The extended edition (includes character interviews) was published on 12 February 2018. Author bio Sarah Marie Graye was born in Manchester in 1975, to English Catholic parents. To the outside world Sarah Marie’s childhood followed a relatively typical Manchester upbringing, until aged nine, when she was diagnosed with depression. It’s a diagnosis that has stayed with Sarah Marie over three decades, and something she believes has coloured every life decision, including the one to write a novel. Sarah Marie wrote The Second Cup as part of an MA Creative Writing practice a

Book Promo: If You Love Me, I'm Yours

Maud didn’t mind being boring, not really. She had a sensible job, clothes, and love life… if you counted an overbearing ex who had thanked her, rolled over and was snoring before she even realised he’d begun! She could tolerate not fulfilling her dreams, if her parents would pay her one compliment about the only thing she was passionate about in life: her art. Dot should have fit in with her flamboyant and slightly eccentric family of talented artists, but somehow, she was an anomaly who couldn’t paint. She tried hard to be part of their world by becoming an art agent extraordinaire, but she dreamed of finding her own voice. Dot’s brother Nate, a smoulderingly sexy and famous artist, was ad

Review: A Tangled Ruse

Laura Beers delivers another installment in her family drama about a group of spies during the Napoleonic wars. For the most part, Ms. Beers weaves her novels together well. She gives enough back story that new readers can follow the over-arching plot. This particular romance introduces Rachel and Luke, who become embroiled in the treachery as Napoleon’s minions move toward invasion. The romance was built largely on trope and I never quite invested in it, but it will likely please its fans. Ms. Beers strength lies in her witty dialogue and she doesn’t disappoint here. Rachel is bubbly and slightly immature. She babbles from page 1 about being a spy and uses code names without thought. Becaus

Guest Post: Eliza J Scott

Thanks, Eliza for stopping by today to share your tips on writing and story-telling. Good luck with your latest release! I wish you all the best news. MY FAVOURITE WRITING TIPS Hi Becca, thank you for taking part in the blog tour for my new book and thank you for your fab question. I’ve had a good think about this and what works for me is the following: Write every day. It doesn’t have to be a huge amount, but if you make the time to write, even a few paragraphs, you’ll feel like you’ve achieved something and are inching your way closer to getting your book finished. It also helps to keep you in the rhythm of your story. It doesn’t have to be your best writing either, just scribble something

Review: Arlette's Story

Arlette’s Story One woman’s struggle to fight back against the enemy in order to protect the ones she loves. When Arlette Blaise sees a German plane fly over the family farm in 1940, she’s comforted by the fact that the occupying forces are far away in the north of the country. Surely the war will not reach her family in the idyllic French countryside near to the small town of Oradour-sur-Glane? But then Saul Epstein, a young Jewish man driven from his home by the Nazis, arrives at the farm and Arlette begins to realise that her peaceful existence might be gone for good … Purchase from Amazon UK - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Arlettes-Story-Angela-Barton-ebook/dp/B07D4L74LP/ Review This book

Cover Reveal: Forgive Me Not

Forgive Me Not Forgiveness can be hard to come by… An unputdownable new novel from bestseller Samantha Tonge. How far would you go to make amends? When Emma fled her home at Foxglove Farm, she’d let down and hurt those who cared for her most. But now, two years later, she’s ready to face up to her past; she’s ready to go back. But Emma’s unannounced return causes more problems than she could have foreseen. The people she knew and loved aren’t ready to forget, let alone forgive. And the one person she wants to reconnect with the most, her mother, can’t remember who she is. Just as Emma starts to rebuild trust, an uncovered family secret and a shocking past crime threaten her newly forged fu