5 reasons we should all be reading more romance

'Tis the season of love, as I imagine William Shakespeare once said (it sounds like something he would say). And so, what better time to pick up a good old book of romantic literature and settle down in a comfy chair to digest the biggest mystery of all? There is no better time. Now, I …

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Review (finally!): Enchantee, by Gita Trelease

I've been talking a lot about this book... so here, finally, we have the review to back up my previous rants! I present to you Gita Trelease's new novel, Enchantée, and true to form, the book cast a spell on me, and now I'm completely in love with it. This is probably because it ticks all my boxes. Set …

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Love is in the air… the top five romance books to read this month

Before we start, a quick disclaimer. My friends regularly call me the 'least soppy person' ever, and for the most part, it's probably true. I'm not a massive person for sentimental gestures and grand romance, however, it's Valentine's Day and therefore an exception has to be made. When else are you going to raise a …

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Blog Tour: The Importance of Being Aisling, by Emer McLysaght and Sarah Breen

Aisling is back, and more scatterbrained than ever! I loved the first book, Oh My GodWhat a Complete Aisling!, and this book is just as witty, relatable and unexpectedly heartfelt as the first. Even better, we get to dive back into the lives of Aisling, her family and her friends as she navigates the latest unexpected crisis …

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Blog Tour: Snowflakes and Cinnamon Swirls at the Winter Wonderland, by Heidi Swain

Heidi Swain has always been a wonderful writer, and her latest book doesn't disappoint: reading Snowflakes and Cinnamon Swirls is rather like soaking in a hot, comforting, Christmassy bath. You don't even have to have read her previous books in order to make sense of this one. Though we've met Hayley in some of her previous stories, she's …

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