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Archive for June 2023

The Bride, by John Nicholl

Daisy and James have their whole married life ahead of them and she has just discovered she is pregnant. But then she finds herself in prison for his murder and her daughter may be taken away fromher at birth. Could she be innocent and prove it in order to keep her daughter? The Bride is […]

The Bookseller’s Daughter, by Daniela Sacerdoti

Francesca’s personal life and career are disasterous so she jumps at the chance to travel to Italy to purchase some rare books. She has a competitor who also wants to secure the deal but they must work togther to find the hidden books. The Bookseller’s Daughter is a dual timeline novel set in the present […]

Asparagus and pea risotto

If you had told me 20 years ago that I would ever voluntarily eat peas, I would have laughed in your face! But now I do! I had a craving for asparagus and thought I could do with some more green veg after a very busy few weeks with very little cooking. So I added […]

Merryn, by Linda O’Byrne

Merryn is set for a huge inheritance but has always been underestimated and has few friends. She has to adapt to her new position in life as well as shifting family relationships. She even considers love for the first time! Merryn is the 5th book in the Cousins of Pemberley series. Last week I reviewed […]

The Llama Farm on New Moon Lane, by Laura Briggs

Lucy is a computer programmer who suffers from ill health and moves to the country for some peace and quiet. Except her cotttage has a llama, cockerel and donkey that shouldn’t be there…! The Llama Farm on New Moon Lane is a light hearted book about a change of pace for a physical and emotional […]