Booklovers: New Spring reads on the way

Do you plan your next read? Like many booklovers I’m always looking ahead and often have a few books lined up for reading. Sometimes I can’t resist a title, or a cover, or especially the newest book from my favourite authors. Here’s a few that are on their way to publication for spring. Pre order  Heidi’s books are always a good read . I love the way they are set around one location and sometimes the characters crossover from one book to another. This is the second book set in Nightingale Square. Synopsis Things haven’t always been straightforward in Poppy’s…

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The Wives – Lauren Weisberger, book review

The Wives is the latest novel by Lauren Weisberger of The Devil Wears Prada fame. This book continues the life of Emily Charlton, once assistant to Miranda Priestly at Runway Magazine. Now a highly sought after stylist to the stars. But all is not well… Emily’s business is taking a hit from an up-and-coming social media whizz. At the same time Emily is avoiding Miranda Priestly who is persistently hounding her to plan a prestigious event. Emily sees an item on the news and escapes to help a friend in need. Old friend and Model from the Runway days Karolina,…

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Sunshine and sweet peas in Nightingale Square – book review

Sunshine and sweet peas in Nightingale Square by Heidi Swain Publication date 31 May 2018 When Kate’s happy ever after marriage falls apart she ups sticks and buys a cottage far away from her ex, her work and her friends. Kate plans to live alone quietly, putting her efforts into renovating the old cottage and gardens. Hoping the move to a place where no one knows her gives her the solitude she craves. Little did she know the quaint Nightingale Square, a close knit sharing neighbourhood, are determined to include their new neighbour. Wether she likes it or not. The cottages…

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Welcome to the real world by Carole Matthews – Book Review

The sun is shining on my favourite seat, a place I love to sit with a book. So I found my kindle and quickly looked through my recommended reads and wow, I found a treat. Life, dreams, unrequited love and family drama make this book a great read. Drawing me in and wanting to know what happens next. Broke barmaid Fern has a regular singing set between bar shifts in the London pub where she works. Singing her heart out to drunken chatting customers night after night. Always trying to help her family. Fern supports her fed up Mum, selfish…

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