A Little Bit of Christmas Magic by Kirsty Ferry – 6/10

I received an advanced reading copy of this book for an honest review This is a new genre for me, however I was able to immerse quite easily into the world of Carrick Park with its inhabitants both past and present. A choc-lit supernatural time slip is not a book I would usually select, so thank … Continue reading A Little Bit of Christmas Magic by Kirsty Ferry – 6/10

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Brick Lane by Monica Ali – 8/10

Having asked Monica and the rest of the group if it was ok to delay our New Year meet, we arrived a week later, to book club this month.  I had promised a nice surprise if we could delay, in way of a sweetner, no pun intended; as I was off to Europe for New … Continue reading Brick Lane by Monica Ali – 8/10

The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake by Aimee Bender – 7/10

Book club, but not as we know it, was held over a scrumptious meal and much togetherness at our local Curry House.  Everyone attended, and mostly on time.  Nicky and I were a smidgen adrift having forgotten exactly how far down the high street the restaurant was in comparison with the library.  Parve and Yvonne … Continue reading The Particular Sadness of Lemon Cake by Aimee Bender – 7/10

Summer in San Remo by Evonne Wareham – 8/10

I received an advanced reading copy of this book for an honest review It's easy to enthuse about the French and Italian Riviera of course, roll into that a plucky female entrepreneur and charismatic, handsome, not to mention rich man, and you have the perfect choc-lit book. I quickly empathised with the characters, who soon felt … Continue reading Summer in San Remo by Evonne Wareham – 8/10