Love Orange by Natasha Randall

Hello and happy Tuesday bookish friends! Today I’m delighted to share my review of Love Orange by Natasha Randall ♥️ Synopsis An extraordinary debut novel by Natasha Randall, exposing the seam of secrets within an American family, from beneath the plastic surfaces of their new ‘smart’ home. Love Orange charts the gentle absurdities of theirContinue reading “Love Orange by Natasha Randall”

Dear Child by Romy Hausmann

Hello bookish friends!  Today it’s my pleasure to be sharing my #WhatsTurningMyPages review of Dear Child by Romy Hausmann with you!✨ Synopsis You escaped. But your nightmare has just begun. A windowless shack in the woods. Lena’s life and that of her two children follows the rules set by their captor, the father: meals, bathroomContinue reading “Dear Child by Romy Hausmann”

The Switch by Beth O’Leary

Happy Tuesday booklovers! I hope everyone is doing ok and plodding along as best they can 🥰 Today I’m delighted to share my thoughts on The Switch by Beth O’Leary with you ✨  ✨ Synopsis Leena is too young to feel stuck. Eileen is too old to start over. Maybe it’s time for The Switch… OrderedContinue reading “The Switch by Beth O’Leary”

In Five Years by Rebecca Serle

Happy Wednesday lovely bookish friends!  So I may not have my reading ability quite back up to speed, but I’m certainly catching up on outstanding reviews at a fair pace! Today I’ve plucked yet another title from the #bookbasketofshame and am delighted to be sharing my thoughts on In Five Years by Rebecca Serle ♥️ ✨Continue reading “In Five Years by Rebecca Serle”

The Book of Wonders by Julien Sandrel

Hello and happy Tuesday  🌞 I’m delighted to be sharing my thoughts on The Book of Wonders by Julien Sandrel today 💫  ✨ Synopsis Open your heart to the most life-affirming and uplifting novel of the year… Thelma and Louis, it’s always just been the two of them, Thelma and her beloved son, Louis. But whenContinue reading “The Book of Wonders by Julien Sandrel”

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