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Review – The Binding Song

Review – The Binding Song

The Binding Song by Elodie Harper From the aggressive prisoners and hostile staff, to the damp, depressing house she rents – psychologist, Dr Janet Palmer is up against the odds. Yet it’s not the physical challenges that scare her the most. Something is stalking Halvergate prison and it scares her. It also scared me. This

Review – Only One Woman

Review – Only One Woman

Only One Woman by Christina Jones and Jane Risdon Starting in 1968, this is the story of Renza and Stella, who fell in love with a charismatic budding rock star called Scott. The story is brilliantly told in diary form bringing the reader instantly into their worlds, their conflicted thoughts, and troubled emotions. Firstly, we

Review – The Honey Farm on the Hill

Review – The Honey Farm on the Hill

Review – The Honey Farm on the Hill by Jo Thomas Nell is a single mother with a longing to return to her past in Crete and discover what happened to Stelios, the man she fell in love with one glorious summer eighteen years before. When the Christmas decoration factory where Nell works has a

Review – Normal Dating

Review – Normal Dating

Normal Dating by Jan Caston A fun read that is poignant, relatable and told with a fresh voice. Love is in the air at Olivia’s dinner party … until the booze takes over and Vera passes out.  Who is this Ambrose everyone’s talking about? Vera can’t even remember him being there… … she can remember

Review – A Time To Change

Review – A Time To Change

A Time To Change by Callie Langridge I finished reading A Time To Change half an hour ago, and my face is still wet from my tears. I can honestly say this is the best book I have read in an exceptionally long time. A Time to Change: A heart-wrenching love story “I would rather

Review – The Secret Mother

Review – The Secret Mother

The Secret Mother by Shalini Boland I pre-ordered The Secret Mother after I saw an early review that an advance copy reader had posted online. The blurb did its job and intrigued me. ‘Are you my mummy?’ Tessa Markham returns home to find a child in her kitchen. He thinks she’s his mother. But Tessa