Hot Head

What are you reading this weekend? Anything you think we should be reading, or maybe your current read is just a bit… bleh. Whether you’re loving or hating your current read, we want to know about it! We love to hear about books (as if you didn’t know). Here’s a run down on what we’ll be reading this weekend: CAROLYN This weekend I will be continuing with my audiobook, Hot Head by Damon Suede, a contemporary m/m romance. This is the first book I’ve read by this author and I’m around third…

Hero by Samantha Young

Put down whatever book you’re reading right now and pick up Hero by Samantha Young. I don’t make recommendations like this very often, but this is definitely one of the best romance novels I have ever read. The book begins with Alexa Holland’s return to work after the death of her mother, an event which has understandably left her very shaken. As an assistant to a celebrity photographer, Alexa is shocked to discover that her first shoot is for Caine Carraway, the CEO of Carraway Financial Holdings. Having recently discovered…

Prudence by Gail Carriger

Welcome to our monthly feature here at BCC! Each month I will be sharing a selection of releases I’m most looking forward to, as well as giving you all an insight into what is on my TBR pile for that month. I’d love to hear if you’re anticipating (or reading) the same titles as I am! COVETED MARCH RELEASES Last month was all about romance novels, but normal service resumes in March as I’m looking forward to a whole host of books from different genres. 1. Hausfrau by Jill Alexander…

A Vintage Wedding by Katie Fforde

A spontaneous business idea throws three women together in A Vintage Wedding by Katie Fforde, which is helped along by their own shots at romance. The book begins with the meeting of Beth, Rachel and Lindy, who happen to strike up a friendship during an event at the run-down village hall. They discuss how easy it might be to spruce up the venue, especially when Lindy’s mother has promised the hall to a local girl for her wedding reception. What follows is the idea for ‘Vintage Weddings’, a company that…


REVIEW: Tarnished by Rhiannon Held

Tarnished by Rhiannon Held

*Warning: May contain spoilers for the first book in the series* Despite werewolf fiction not being one of my favourite genres, I couldn’t wait to read the second instalment to the Silver series, Tarnished by Rhiannon Held. The close of the last book saw Andrew Dare and his mate, Silver, without a pack to call home, forcing them to wander in the hopes of finding somewhere safe to stay. Still recovering from his injuries, Andrew is biding his time before making a challenge for the title of Roanoke, aiming to…

The Key by Sara B. Elfgren & Mats Strandberg

*Warning: Contains spoilers for previous books in the series* Having thoroughly enjoyed the first two books in the series, I was pleased to return to Engelsfors for the final book by Sara B Elfgren and Mats Strandberg, The Key. After the shocking conclusion to book two, the Chosen Ones have dwindled to four members out of seven, leaving their circle with some devastating gaps. Anna-Karin, Minoo, Linnéa and Vanessa know that the apocalypse is approaching, but they still have no idea how to close the portal in Engelsfors, or even…

Elantris by Brandon Sanderson

A tale of corruption and lost cities, Elantris by Brandon Sanderson was his first fantasy novel, and sets the precedent that everything that has followed. The book begins with Arelon’s Crown Prince, Raoden, having woken up and discovered that he has been marked by the Shaod. The Shaod is a mysterious disease that can afflict anyone in the city, causing them to come out in black blotches and to lose their hair. As a result, all those infected with the Shaod are thrown into the city of Elantris, a city…




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