Review: The Cyclist by Anthony Neil Smith

⭐⭐⭐ Synopsis: A failed marine, Judd can't believe his luck when Catriona falls for him. He lives in Minnesota; she's from Scotland. They work for the same company, they've messaged online for ages. But when they finally video chat, she turns out to be gorgeous. They may be thousands of miles apart, but they share … Continue reading Review: The Cyclist by Anthony Neil Smith

The Big Brother Blogger Award

I'm a terrible person. Ryann the Reader created this fun new blogger award post back for her 6 month blogiversary (in July), and I was lucky enough to be tagged! I love blogger award tags as they're about the person behind the blog rather than the books on the blog. It's nice to get to … Continue reading The Big Brother Blogger Award

Netgalley Picks of the Week | 16th April

Hello everyone! Here is my latest Netgalley picks blog post. It's a bit more of an exciting post than it has been in the past couple of weeks! {CLICK ON THE PICTURES TO BE TAKEN TO THE NETGALLEY PAGE} Title: Lies Author: T. M. Logan Synopsis: It’s the evening drive home from work on a route Joe Lynch … Continue reading Netgalley Picks of the Week | 16th April

Review: Neighborly by Ellie Monago

Synopsis: Kat and Doug felt like Aurora Village was the perfect community. Minutes from the city, affluent without pretension, low crime with a friendly vibe—it’s everything Kat never had, and that she’s determined to provide for her infant daughter. Snagging a nice bungalow in this exclusive enclave was worth all the sacrifice. But everything changes … Continue reading Review: Neighborly by Ellie Monago

My Favourite Reviews of the Week | 13th April

Hello again bookish friends! Thanks for the outpouring of love on the first one of these posts, it was lovely to see this idea was a success! Here we are again for this week with loads of fantastic reviews I've loved, all posted by you, the lovely bookish community! I am in Winchester today so … Continue reading My Favourite Reviews of the Week | 13th April

Review: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson

⭐⭐⭐ Synopsis: 'All human beings, as we meet them, are commingled out of good and evil: and Edward Hyde, alone in the ranks of mankind, was pure evil' Published as a 'shilling shocker', Robert Louis Stevenson's dark psychological fantasy gave birth to the idea of the split personality. The story of respectable Dr Jekyll's strange … Continue reading Review: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson