All of us at BCC have favourite authors and series, which means that each year there are books we just can’t wait to get our hands on. Here are the books each of us are most looking forward to in 2015. What are yours? LAURA I think it’s fair to say that 2014 was one of the worst reading years for me. I read very few books (31) which also meant that I fell behind with some of my favourite series too – the Kate Daniels series by Ilona Andrews springs…

Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks

Amazingly, I have never read anything by Nicholas Sparks before, so Safe Haven is my first foray into Sparks’ immensely popular romantic fiction. This particular novel is more of a romantic suspense, as mysterious heroine, Katie, is clearly on the run from something or someone. She arrives in the small North Carolina town of Southport with nothing, having spent the last of her cash on the first months rent of a ramshackle cottage. With no money left for food, she successfully finds a job at the local diner as a…


Bobby’s Top 10 Reads 2014

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Unfortunately, I have read the least amount of books this year that I have for as many years as I can remember. However, the lack of quantity has meant that I have looked for quality and so I have managed to compile this post of the top ten books I read in 2014 (in no particular order). My Lady Quicksilver - Bec MacMaster  This is a series that I happened upon purely by chance and then loved, and this instalment did not let it down; it has just the right amount…


Happy New Year from BCC!

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Wishing you a fabulous, bookish and properous 2015. – Laura, Carolyn and the BCC team xoxo


Gifted is a novella by Kelley Armstrong and gives us two short stories. One from her Cainsville series and one is a pack story from her Women of the Otherwold series. Both are centred around giving that perfect gift for Christmas. Gabriel’s Gargoyles The first story is told from a young boy called Gabriel’s point of view. I have yet to read the Cainsville series, although it is sitting very temptingly on my kindle! So the characters and setting were entirely new to me, although I understand Gabriel is one…

The Little Shop of Hopes and Dreams by Fiona Harper

A romance novel based around proposals, weddings and a New Year kiss, The Little Shop of Hopes and Dreams by Fiona Harper has a plot full of complications, secrets and unexpected love. The book opens with Nicole Harrison and her two friends, Penny and Mia, enjoying a fancy dress New Year’s Eve party. After drinking a few too many cocktails, uptight Nicole is challenged to flirt with a handsome man across the room, sharing a steamy midnight kiss before she disappears into the night. Although she promised to call him,…

The Great Christmas Knit Off by Alexandra Brown

Don’t be at all put off by the title of this festive read, as you don’t need to know anything about knitting in order to enjoy The Great Christmas Knit Off by Alexandra Brown. The book begins with an introduction to protagonist Sybil’s disappointing life in London, where she works for the council housing association in a job she doesn’t enjoy, returning home to her beloved Scottie dog, Basil. A few months ago, Sybs was jilted at the alter by her ex, Luke, who decided to run off with her…




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