A Cornish Christmas at Pear Tree Farm

A Cornish Christmas at Pear Tree Farm by Angela Britnell The novel is set in Cornwall, where Nessa owns Pear Tree Farm. Her sister-in-law, American Ashley, begins a romance with Welsh former soldier Crispin, and all seems to be going well between them, until Crispin receives a letter that leaves him trying to figure outContinue reading “A Cornish Christmas at Pear Tree Farm”

Winging It by Emma Murray

WINGING IT by Emma Murray Saoirse’s husband David gets offered a great new job, but it means moving the family from a nice area of London to New York for a whole year. David, Saoirse (pronounced Seersha) and their five-year-old daughter Anna move to Manhattan, but things are not as they expected. While David’s newContinue reading “Winging It by Emma Murray”

Everything is Yours by Abigail Yardimci

EVERYTHING IS YOURS by Abigail Yardimci Everything is Yours is the third book in the Life is Yours trilogy, but is easily readable as a standalone too. I hadn’t read the previous two and could easily understand what was going on – though I now want to go back and read books one and two!Continue reading “Everything is Yours by Abigail Yardimci”

A Slow Ruin by Pamela Crane

A SLOW RUIN by Pamela Crane Oliver and Felicity Portman are married with three children – Vera, Eliot and Sydney. Oliver’s brother Cody is married to Marin. Marin is jealous of Felicity, who has a huge Victorian mansion. Marin often feels she married the wrong brother and hates living in their house which always needsContinue reading “A Slow Ruin by Pamela Crane”

The Warden by Jon Richter

THE WARDEN by Jon Richter My review The Warden is set in a time where there is a deadly virus which means the Tower has been built to house some residents. There, they live in self-contained apartments with bricked-up doors and windows, where they communicate with others through big screens and have their food deliveredContinue reading “The Warden by Jon Richter”

The Eliza Doll by Tracey Scott-Townsend

The Eliza Doll by Tracey Scott-Townsend is the story of Ellie, her family, her relationships and her travels. It switches between different times from her childhood in the 1970s to the 2010s and covers the different places she goes to. Initially it can all sometimes seem hard to keep track of, but it’s well worthContinue reading “The Eliza Doll by Tracey Scott-Townsend”