Performed by Karen Cass
Released: October 2018 and published by Soundings
Category: Audiobook, Christmas Romance, Book Review
Christmas magic doesn’t really exist – does it?
When Annie Berry collides with Nik Knoll in a car park on the day of her sister’s wedding, it feels like all of Nik’s Christmases have come at once. Annie seems like just the sort of woman he’d like to get to know, and the chance nature of their encounter is almost like, well … Christmas magic.
Veterinary nurse Annie Berry has found the perfect dress for her younger sister’s wedding. Never mind that it was barely affordable, it was midnight blue, sophisticated and gorgeous.
Published: September 2018 by HarperImpulse
Category: Christmas, Romance, Contemporary Fiction, Book Review
Can a single act of kindness change a life forever?
To many people Ruth Ryans has everything: the perfect job, a home to die for and a loving family. But it’s all lies. As Christmas approaches, Ruth feels lonelier than ever.
Ruth Ryans’ public persona is that of a well known and loved agony aunt who writes a weekly column for the city’s biggest newspaper. In private she’s totally different, leaving her celebrity image at the door to her lonely, sad existence.
Author: Jan Ruth
Category: Contemporary Fiction, Women’s Fiction, Family, Book Review
Imagine living eighteen years of your life around a mistake…
Caroline Walker’s daughter suffers a horrific riding accident. Her distraught parents wonder if she’ll ever walk again, let alone ride. And when Mollie’s blood group is discovered as rare, her husband offers to donate blood. Except Ian is not a match. In fact, it’s unlikely he’s Mollie’s father.
The story is told in chapters alternating between the present and the past, following Caroline Walker’s story over an eighteen year period.
I’m delighted to be one of the bloggers kicking off the tour for these two books, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources.
Magic O’Clock ~ A fictional tale of dementia and hope
Author: T.A. Williams
Published: August 2018 by Canelo Escape
Category: Festive Romance, Contemporary, Fiction, Book Review
It’s the dream Christmas: snow, mountains… and, er, an ex-boyfriend. But can Zoe still find love in the Alps?
Dumped on Christmas Eve by her long-term boyfriend, it’s been a rough year for Zoe Lumsley. But then she gets an invitation she can’t refuse: an all expenses paid skiing holiday with old university friends.
Zoë Lumsley had barely stepped into her flat after a few days spent with her parents when the phone rang.
Renee at It’s Book Talk began this meme as a way to share old favourites, as well as books that have been waiting on the ‘to be read’ pile for however long, and are finally getting an airing.
This week’s choice is The Loft by Bette Lee Crosby, the second book in the Memory House Collection, published in September 2015. Lovely stories with a touch of magic.
Welcome to my stop on The Amber Maze blog tour, organised by Rachel’s Random Resources.
Hugh Mullion and his family are holidaying in a charming Dorset cottage in the grounds of a large house known as The Hall.
I’m delighted to be joining the blog tour for Snowflakes Over Holly Cove, courtesy of Brook Cottage Books.
Tia Armstrong, journalist for a lifestyle magazine, is returning to work after compassionate leave following the death of her mother. She’s given the chance of an assignment that will run in the November, December and January issues, covering different types of relationships.
Published: July 2018 by Bookouture
Category: Humour, Contemporary Women’s Fiction, Book Review
Connie McColl is finally free to make her own decisions for the first time in decades. And when she meets glamorous Gill and downtrodden Maggie, at a rather dull flower arranging class, it seems that she’s not the only one dreaming of adventure. The three very different women all agree it’s about time they had a holiday to remember.