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Review: One Last Summer

One Last Summer They have the whole summer ahead of them. Is it enough to rekindle the friendship they once shared? Harriet Greenleaf dreams of spending the summer in a beautiful ancient priory on the Somerset coast with her two best friends—but her dream is bittersweet. On the one hand, it’s a chance to reconnect three lives that have drifted apart; on the other, she has a devastating secret to share that will change everything between them forever. First to arrive is Audrey—the workaholic who’s heading for a heart attack unless she slows down and makes time for herself. Then Lisa, the happy-go-lucky flirt who’s always struggled to commit to anyone—or anything. Ever the optimist, can Harrie

Review: Daring Dreamer

Daring Dreamer Two best friends. Two fresh starts. Will old regrets sabotage their second chance? Janna’s heart is heavy with grief and broken by betrayal. But as she leaves the big city for a quaint midwestern town, the future feels less frightening with her best friend, Shelby, by her side. After landing a job in the local fresh market and the attentions of a handsome architect, she may yet learn to heal old scars… Shelby loves the position Janna secured for her and the new sense of community, but wishes small-town life wasn’t so lonely. After packing up all she could salvage from her painful past, she endures more than her fair share of bumps on the winding road to recovery. Afraid her he

Review: Justice Gone

A beaten homeless vet. Three cops gunned down. A multistate manhunt. The trial of the decade. A new kind of legal thriller When a homeless war veteran is beaten to death by the police, stormy protests ensue, engulfing a small New Jersey town. Soon after, three cops are gunned down. A multi-state manhunt is underway for a cop killer on the loose. And Dr Tessa Thorpe, a veteran's counselor, is caught up in the chase. Donald Darfield, an African-American Iraqi war vet, war-time buddy of the beaten man, and one of Tessa's patients, is holed up in a mountain cabin. Tessa, acting on instinct, sets off to find him, but the swarm of law enforcement officers gets there first, leading to Darfield's dr

Review: Flying by the Seat of my Knickers

Why run from your troubles when you can fly instead?  When Caity Shaw is fired from her first job that doesn’t require an elf uniform, her older sister, Rachel, an event planner, hires her to work a meeting in Dublin. Caity jumps at the opportunity to travel abroad and escape her pathetic life. However, even four thousand miles from home, there’s no avoiding debt collectors, an overbearing mother, and haunting memories of a controlling ex. While in Dublin, Caity suffers a series of humiliating mishaps, causing her to lose even more faith in herself. Caity struggles to earn Rachel’s respect—and to keep Declan, her hot Irish coworker, at arm’s length. Declan repeatedly saves Caity’s butt a

Review: Island in the Sun

For Details and to purchase, see: Review: Oh this was a welcome change of pace after the last two heavier novels! This book was infused with love and the energy of the Caribbean. The colors of the area shine through each of the characters. If you can read this and not long to own your own chunk of paradise, then you have more power over your imagination than I do. This is a great book to clear the palette from meatier works. It’s a perfect reminder that love is around every corner and that life gives second chances. *We are on vacation this week and my mobile app is misbehaving. My apologies for the sparsity of content. It will be remedied when I’m back at a desktop tomorrow. #Romance

Review: Dyed Souls

For book description and purchase information, see Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Dyed-Souls-Gary-Santorella/dp/1788038096/ Review Gritty. Absorbing. Difficult. Beautiful. It’s not hard to find descriptors for this exceptional - but hard to read - novel. Charlie, the protagonist, has to come of age in some horrible circumstances. His mother seems eager to force suffering upon him so that he toughens up. But Charlie attempts to be resilient, even when his choices lead him into more suffering. Literature isn’t intended to make you comfortable and this book doesn’t. It will leave you questioning so many of your beliefs and biases (and reaffirming a few). It will change you. That’s a good thing.

Review: The Pelican

"Because life is about living..." Julia has never been one to surrender without a fight, but when she receives a devastating diagnosis, she has a decision to make. Even after thirty years, she can still see her mother slowly fading away with every dose of chemo, every round of radiation, and every lost shred of hope. No, she won't do it... not to her family... and not to herself! Without warning, she packs up her belongings and disappears, leaving behind a life that, by all accounts, had been as perfect as they come, and a distraught family full of questions. Finding peace in a beach house in Northern California turns out to have its complications though. While only a handful of other reside

Review: Becoming Perfect

Marigold Doyle’s life was perfect, with a successful career and wonderful marriage. But when her husband, Julian, passes away, her life is thrown into turmoil as she discovers a trail of secrets Julian was hiding in the months prior to his death. Struggling with her grief, she knows she needs to find out Julian’s actions to help her move on. Finn Schröder, a former police officer and now private security consultant, is focused on an uncomplicated, unattached life and growing his business. He agrees to help Marigold find out the truth about Julian, but as they become closer, he realises his feelings for her may be developing beyond simply professional. As Marigold and Finn work through th

Review: Spring Skies over Bluebell Castle

She wasn’t looking for love… When Lucie Kennington flees the bright lights of London for the quiet Derbyshire countryside, she’s shocked to discover that the heir to the Bluebell Castle estate is far from the wizened employer she expected. In fact, Arthur Ludworth might just be the most handsome man Lucie’s ever laid eyes on – and a terrible distraction! So when she stumbles across a legendary painting feared lost for centuries, she can’t believe her luck – perhaps this is the hidden treasure to save Arthur and his family from ruin? But it’s only a matter of time before Lucie’s past catches up with her and by then it’s too late, she’s falling for him… Perfect for fans of Trisha Ashley, Racha

Review: Bedlam & Breakfast

Bedlam & Breakfast at a Devon Seaside Guesthouse Katie is desperate to leave her stressful job, so she doesn’t think too hard about moving to Devon to run a B&B, even if it means uprooting her family. She is certain that she and Jason have a strong and loving relationship which can weather any storm. Hooked by the beauty of Torringham with its quaint harbour and stunning coastline, they purchase Flotsam Guesthouse which needs more than a lick of paint to keep it afloat. Soon, Katie finds that renovating and running a guesthouse is taking its toll, especially when dealing with challenging guests and madcap neighbours, Shona and Kim. Katie comes to learn that trouble is afoot whenever Shona

Revisiting an old fave...*Reduced Price*

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 To celebrate Mother’s Day, Reflected Destinies will be half price from 29th March to 1st April. About Florence Kee