Review: Christmas at Carly’s Cupcakes- Jessica Redland

Chloe and I are so happy to be part of this blog tour for this adorable Christmassy short story! This small town story is based around a small cupcake store in a North Yorkshire village just weeks before Christmas. Although we’re just starting the Autumn season I can promise that sitting down with this short…

Accidentally in Love by Belinda Missen

Thank goodness it’s Friday! It’s been another busy week for me, but it’s finally the weekend, and today I’m lucky enough to have my stop on the Accidentally in Love blog tour on it’s publication day! Synopsis Don’t miss the new laugh-out-loud rom com from the author of One Week ’Til Christmas! Perfect for fans of…

The Threat Below by Jason Latshaw

Pages: 508Genre: YA DystopianBook 1 of the Brathius Legacy Saga Hi there again, book lovers and book dragons, Chloe’s back with another book review on a believable dystopian nightmare. Today’s review is on The Threat Below is a Debut novel by J S Latshaw, published by Fernweh Books, and the first in its series. The…

Quiet No More by Nikki Barthelmess

WARNING: This book and review contains themes which some may find distressing. Sexual assault is a prominent aspect of the book. College freshman Victoria Parker is trying to move on with her life after surviving sexual assault by her father and six months in foster care. She’s focusing on the positives–attending college, living on her…

Unravelled by Briony Marshall

Today’s my turn on the blog tour for Unravelled by Briony Marshall run by Love Book Tours. I loved this quick little read! For a shorter book, it still had everything I look for in it – love, humour and some good friendships! Synopsis “For crying out loud! I can’t even cast on now.” Claire…

Tears of Monterini Amanda Weinberg

Thrilled to join the tour for this gorgeous read. Thank you to Lizzie at Red Door Press for my advanced copy. Monterini, Italy. 1921. Yacobo Levi, an intellectual dreamer, works in the family bookshop. Angelo Ghione, a contadino, makes good wine by singing to the grapes. Lifetime best friends, their Jewish and Catholic families live…

Vikkie’s Anticipated September Gems

Argh!! How are we already at September? It’s going to be a busy month with lots of new releases. I’m returning to work soon, ready for a new academic year and hopefully lots more books. These are some of the gems that I am most excited for. One Left Alive Helen Phifer Released: 1st Sept…

Tipping Point by Emily Benet

When we were asked by the lovely Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources if we wanted to join on the blog tour for Tipping Point by Emily Benet, both Tara and Ceri jumped at the chance to get on! Synopsis The sun … the ocean … the farmhouse … the scammer… the police… the 3-legged dog?…

Bookish Playlist: How to Hang a Witch – Adriana Mather

Hi guys, I feel like I haven’t posted in a while bit I’m back today with a different type of post. I’ve always loved to read with music on in the background. It needs to be down low and a certain type of music or I get distracted, but I need some sort of noise….

Fairyloot July Unboxing

Hi there, book dragons and book lovers, it’s Chloe here with another blog post. Don’t worry, this oneis a fun one. It is time for July’s Fairyloot unboxing and last month’s theme was Resistant Royals. Ilove the moment I receive my tracking email from them, it brings on an emotional two days ofavoiding other spoilers…