Queen Bee by Nina Manning #BookReview #BlogTour #BoldwoodBooks #Rachel’sRandomResources #NetGalley #5*

In the quiet village of Helesbury, Miranda Wallace prides herself on being the most popular member of her small social circle; the perfect friend, the best mum – the queen bee. Until one day, Verity arrives. Cool and indifferent, Verity is everything Miranda isn’t, but she threatens to shatter Miranda’s picture-perfect life. Suddenly plagued with insecurities, Miranda is certain Verity is hiding something. And Miranda … Continue reading Queen Bee by Nina Manning #BookReview #BlogTour #BoldwoodBooks #Rachel’sRandomResources #NetGalley #5*

A Chance Encounter by Deric Shaw #BookReview #AustinMacauley #4*

The story from which this book takes its title sees a young man in a London bar enjoying a last drink before setting off home, when a young woman passes by, dropping her handbag as she does so. The retrieval of the bag and the subsequent brief relationship leads the man into life-changing circumstances. The remaining stories all follow a similar line, with an unusual … Continue reading A Chance Encounter by Deric Shaw #BookReview #AustinMacauley #4*

Happy Moon by Gianna Schorno #BookReview #AustinMacauley #3.5*

West coast of Turkey, 1993: Everything seems to be going well for Yasmin, an ambitious 22-year-old. She has landed her dream job, has recently married her love, Metin, and is expecting her first baby. But a series of terrible events mar her happy life and leaves her heartbroken. Marrakesh, Morocco, 2005: While playing around with his cousin in the family home, a 12-year-old boy finds … Continue reading Happy Moon by Gianna Schorno #BookReview #AustinMacauley #3.5*

I Won’t Call You Again by Thomas Henchard #BookReview #AustinMacauley #5*

This is the story of a formative period in the lives of two young people in Northern England: a student who is facing the possibility of leaving the city of his birth to study at a university, and a pragmatic shop-worker from the same neighbourhood with ambitions of her own, leading in a different direction. Although surprisingly mature for their age, their emotional inexperience becomes … Continue reading I Won’t Call You Again by Thomas Henchard #BookReview #AustinMacauley #5*

Anything You Can do by B. R. Maycock #BookReview #BlogTour #Riverside 2 #Rachel’sRandomResources #5*

What would you do if the stars aligned to put everything right in your home? If Roles Were Reversed … Caroline and Noel Morton are two people who need a change. One wants to escape the rat race while the other hopes to join it! When Noel is asked to begin working from home he’s quick to say yes. More time with his three children? … Continue reading Anything You Can do by B. R. Maycock #BookReview #BlogTour #Riverside 2 #Rachel’sRandomResources #5*

All For You by Louise Jensen #BookReview #HQ #NetGalley #5*

The new gripping psychological thriller from the bestselling author The Date and The Sister MEET THE WALSH FAMILY Lucy: Mother. Wife. Falling to pieces . . . Aidan: Father. Husband. In too deep . . . Connor: Son. Friend. Can never tell the truth . . . Everyone in this family is hiding something, but one secret will turn out to be the deadliest of all . . . Will this family ever recover … Continue reading All For You by Louise Jensen #BookReview #HQ #NetGalley #5*

Other Parents by Sarah Stovell #BookReview #HQ #NetGalley #5*

In a small town like West Burntridge, it should be impossible to keep a secret. Rachel Saunders knows gossip is the price you pay for a rural lifestyle and outstanding schools. The latest town scandal is her divorce – and the fact that her new girlfriend has moved into the family home. Laura Spence lives in a poky bedsit on the wrong side of town. … Continue reading Other Parents by Sarah Stovell #BookReview #HQ #NetGalley #5*

Hunter’s Rules by Val Penny #BookReview #BlogTour #EdinburghCrimeMysteries6 #DarkstrokeBooks #Rachel’sRandomResources #5*

When best-laid plans go awry … Hunter and Meera’s romantic plans come to an abrupt end when they stumble into the scene of a crime. A young woman was attacked in a hotel lift. She has traumatic injuries, but she clings to life. Hunter notes that her wounds are like those inflicted on two other women, who died from their ordeal. Can Meera keep the … Continue reading Hunter’s Rules by Val Penny #BookReview #BlogTour #EdinburghCrimeMysteries6 #DarkstrokeBooks #Rachel’sRandomResources #5*

At Death’s Door by Anna Legat #BookReview #BlogTour #ShiresMysteries2 #HeadlineAccent #Rachel’sRandomResources #NetGalley #4*

BOOK TWO IN THE SHIRES MYSTERIES – A GRIPPING NEW COSY CRIME MYSTERY. When Maggie Kaye and Sam Dee join the Bishops Well archaeological dig, they are as surprised as everyone else to unearth a body that was buried there less than fifty years ago.  It can’t possibly be the remains of an ancient Celt. Maggie, with her usual flair – and psychic intuition – is convinced that there … Continue reading At Death’s Door by Anna Legat #BookReview #BlogTour #ShiresMysteries2 #HeadlineAccent #Rachel’sRandomResources #NetGalley #4*

Wishing Under a Starlit Skye by Lisa Hobman #BookReview #BlogTour #Boldwood #RachelsRandomResources #NetGalley #5*

Everyone deserves a chance of happiness – right? All NEW from bestselling author Lisa Hobman Glentorrin bakery owner, and lone parent, Caitlin Fraser, is single and finally ready to mingle. With her daughter, Grace, about to become a teenager, and her friends all settling down, Caitlin decides she deserves a shot at happiness too. Resisting the pull of dating apps, Caitlin embarks upon a series of … Continue reading Wishing Under a Starlit Skye by Lisa Hobman #BookReview #BlogTour #Boldwood #RachelsRandomResources #NetGalley #5*