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Blog Tour: Heavenward

Today I’m bringing you a special post – my first ever review for a blog tour. I was asked by the lovely Melanie, from Fraser’s Fun House, whether I would like to take part in this blog tour for Heavenward by Olga Gibbs. As soon as I read the synopsis I just knew I had to – celestial beings, conflict, and the fate of humanity resting in the hands of one girl who has been thrown into a completely new world. YES PLEASE! Synopsis: With the power to end the world, would  ...

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ARC, Book Reviews, Books, Children's

Schmuck the Buck

Happy 1st December! It’s practically Christmas already! Hands up who else is excited? Aside from the food (is there anything better than Christmas food?), my favourite thing about Christmas is picking something special for someone I love and care about and seeing their face light up when they unwrap it. If you’re looking for a gorgeous Christmas-themed book for that little person in your life then look no further! Schmuck the Buck is a heartwarming tale of an unconventional  ...

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ARC, Book Reviews, Mystery, Suspense

And Then You Were Gone

Synopsis: After years of learning how to manage her bipolar disorder, Emily Firestone finally has it under control. Even better, her life is coming together: she’s got a great job, her own place, and a boyfriend, Paolo, who adores her. So when Paolo suggests a weekend sailing trip, Emily agrees – wine, water, and the man she loves? What could be better? But when Emily wakes the morning after they set sail, the boat is still adrift… and Paolo is gone. A strong swimmer, there’s no way Paolo  ...

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ARC, Book Reviews, Books, Fiction, Suspense

House on Fire

Synopsis: Divorce lawyer Leigh Huyett knows all too well that most second marriages are doomed to fail. But five years in, she and Pete Conley have a perfectly blended family of her children and his. To celebrate their anniversary, they grab some precious moments of alone time and leave Pete’s son Kip, a high school senior, in charge of Leigh’s fourteen-year-old daughter, Chrissy, at their home. Driving back on a rainy Friday night, their cell phones start ringing. After a  ...

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