Here’s To Yesterday – Review

If you've read my review of Here's To Tomorrow, you probably know that I really enjoyed it (and that you should pick it up too!). Here's To Yesterday is the second installment in the Here's To series and I couldn't wait to dive into it. To others, Maura Doughers lives the perfect life: she has... Continue Reading →

Here’s To Tomorrow – Review

"Teagan Hunter who?" I have to admit, that was my initial reaction about a year ago too, when I heard her name for the first time. But you know what I love? Indie authors! It is a shame that too many of them are still unknown. On top of that, they have to compete against... Continue Reading →

Wait for Me – Review

You all know by now how I love World War II novels, especially historical romance. When I saw Wait for Me on Instagram a few months ago, I knew I had to give it a try. I had never before read a YA historical romance, so I wasn't quite sure what to expect. I mostly... Continue Reading →

One True Loves – Review

I'm not going to review this novel in the "proper" way. Instead, I want to tell you what it meant to me. You see, I only read the first couple sentences of a blurb, if at all. I judge by popularity, the cover, genre, the author, all of the things readers aren't supposed to judge... Continue Reading →

Excess Baggage – Review

Back in March, when it was still cold and depressing outside, I got an ARC sign-up form from Laura Barnard who was going to release her new book, Excess Baggage, in May. The novel promised to be full of sunshine, summer and old feelings - the perfect getaway from this weather. Now it is May... Continue Reading →

Excess Baggage – Release Day

💜💚EXCESS BAGGAGE RELEASE DAY GIVEAWAY!💜💚 Grab your copy now -  myBook.to/ExcessBaggageLB Win a SIGNED PAPERBACK & Amazon voucher (Details of giveaway below). 'An absolute must read this Summer!' Lady Living in Bookland 'Quintessential British humour, I felt like I was on a girls holiday with my own chicks.' Persuing Princesses Book Blog 'Almost made me... Continue Reading →

The Siren – Review

There were actually two reasons I bought this book last year in England: the first one was the cover. I know, "Don't judge a book by its cover!" but I couldn't leave Waterstones without buying this book. The second and much smaller reason was Kiera Cass, the author of this book. You probably all know... Continue Reading →

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