Blog Tour: Review: Love Is… by Haley Hill

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Welcome to my stop on Love Is… Blog Tour, written by Haley Hill and published by HQ. I’m very pleased to be taking part and hope you enjoy my review. This is a great book and a really different take on the genre approaching from the direction of having a heroine who is already married not one who wants to find Mr Right.

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Dating Agency doyenne Ellie Rigby always thought that helping people find love with the hard part…

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Blog Tour: Review: Rhodi’s Light by Megan Linski

Rhodi's Light - Megan Linski

Welcome to my stop on the Rhodi’s Light Blog Tour, written by Megan Linski and published by Gryfyn Publishing. I’m very pleased to be taking part and hope you enjoy my review. You can follow the tour over at Xpresso Book Tours.

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Flight. Hyperspeed. Clairvoyance.

These are some of the powers gifted to the Rhodi, an ancient sect of assassins who defend Crescentia, a dystopian world with a dying hope.

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Blog Tour: Review: The Ex Factor by Eva Woods

The Ex Factor - Eva Woods

Welcome to my stop on The Ex Factor Blog Tour, written by Eva Woods and published by HQ. I’m very pleased to be taking part and hope you enjoy my review.

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Is it possible to freecycle love?

Modern dating is hard, especially when all you meet are liars, oddballs, men who wear Superman pants and men who live with their mums.

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Review: The Lavender House by Hilary Boyd

The Lavender House - Hilary Boyd

Quercus SummerI’m so pleased to be taking part in the Quercus Blogger Book Club this summer. The Lavender House was my final book for the summer!

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Nancy de Freitas is the glue that holds her family together. Caught between her ageing, ailing mother Frances, and her struggling daughter Louise, frequent user of Nancy’s babysitting services, it seems Nancy’s fate is to quietly go on shouldering the burden of responsibility for all four generations. Her divorce four years ago put paid to any thoughts of a partner to share her later years with. Now it looks like her family is all she has.

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