Annie stared at Patti not sure of how to change the subject without giving her more questions, ‘There is nothing to figure out. He is self absorbed, full of only himself and only interested in himself.’ ‘Oh come on Annie, its obvious that you two have history, give it up!’ Patti raised her immaculately preened … Continue reading ‘I wanted to figure him out. I thought you were one of the clues.’
Annie was toast, she knew it, he’d come out of the sea like James Bond and there was no escape. The sand beneath her towel was causing her to overheat and the cool water was now dripping onto her head but she was unsure if it was sweat or seawater. He bent down towards her, … Continue reading He got to his feet and his shadow moved over her, while drops of cool water fell from his body onto her skin.
Her stomach somersaulted, worried that her breakfast was about to surface she pulled her best smile. I am fine, breathe in, I am a confident woman, breathe out, I deserve to be here, breathe in, I am equal to this, breathe out. Cheers and waving, smiling faces and flags all the requisite inauguration paraphernalia and … Continue reading He led her down the stairs. People were already starting to gather in the hall and out on the grass.
and undoubtedly they were the catalyst for him moving on, but right now he was focusing on the here and now, living in the moment and right now, that was getting dry, warm and eating. Sitting crossed legged on a log and heating his breakfast in a mess tin Dan took slow deep breaths filling … Continue reading Like everyone else, he had heard about the events in the rowing boat …
and Rod was concerned that a Krispy Kreme would only be accompanying his morning coffee if he picked it up from the floor. Marv growled under his breath and dropped the carton higher than necessary, just to make his point, onto the desk and stalked off towards the lift door. The box landed partly on … Continue reading The doughnuts had failed to de-escalate the situation…
Read, reviewed and recommended for publishing as a Taster Panel member of Choc Lit and Ruby Fiction! Synopsis Aspiring actress Cordelia Beaumont is fed up of spending summer in the city. So, when the opportunity presents itself, she jumps straight on a train to pay a visit to Pencradoc – the beautiful Cornish estate where … Continue reading My Review – Lily’s Secret by Kirsty Ferry
Purchased from Amazon to having read and enjoyed A Cornish Affair, also written by Jo Lambert - Read during the night, one Saturday in August. Synopsis After the tragic death of her fiancé, Ava Warren is slowly rebuilding her life. She has a supportive family, great friends and a job she loves; managing holiday letting … Continue reading My Review – Shadows on the Water by Jo Lambert
Read, reviewed and recommended for publishing as a Taster Panel member of Choc Lit and Ruby Fiction! Started on a rainy Saturday and finished the same day, I was unable to put it down! Synopsis Ex-fireman and edible flower farmer Shay McGillen has plenty of reasons not to give Sarah Pickering even one chance when … Continue reading My Review – Little Village of Second Chances by Gina Hollands
Pre- Ordered from Amazon in the midst of lockdown. Captivated reading over 2 nights and only put it down when I could not actually focus on the words anymore because I was so tired! Synopsis It was meant to be the perfect romantic holiday. But then Flora Bexton’s boyfriend does the unthinkable, and she responds … Continue reading My Review – Escape to the Art Cafe by Sue McDonagh
An eagerly anticipated sequel to As Weekends Go! I read this in 3 parts over a few days, because I had to sleep, work and home school in between too! Synopsis Rebecca Dunning should be blissfully happy – after a whirlwind weekend, she and top footballer Alex Heath are still going strong. She moves into … Continue reading My Review – If I Ever Doubt You by Jan Brigden