Why I loved Deborah Hewitt’s The Nightjar

Another day, another book to rave about! And what better genre to rave about than fantasy? I recently received a copy of Deborah Hewitt's debut novel The Nightjar, and let me just tell you, this book is something special (and I apologise unreservedly for taking so long to get around to it). If you like amazing worldbuilding, …

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Blog Tour: 5 things I loved about Three Days in Florence, by Chrissie Manby

There's something about the idea of a long, hot holiday in Italy that really fires the imagination. And Chrissie Manby's new book has everything a beach read should: good-looking men, mouth-watering pasta and a good dollop of humour. Reading it on my long, sweaty commutes into work has just made me want to go and …

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Two wartime novels to give you your history kick

Happy Monday fellow readers! How was your weekend? I spent my getting through my Netgalley list, and this month, for some reason, I went history-heavy. Though the weather in the UK is actually less than ideal for lounging around in any kind of open space with a good book in hand (nothing like rain to …

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Review: Nightchaser, by Amanda Bouchet

If you mix up an exciting, edge-of-your-seat sci-fi heist adventure with a steamy romance, what do you get? … a lot of mixed messages. Though Nightchaser had its high points, I never really felt like it lived up to its true potential. I don't mind a bit of high-stakes romance, but when it tangles up with the …

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