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REVIEW: Collide by Gail McHugh

Collide by Gil McHugh (Collide #1) - purchased

I can’t really say that I loved Emily, Gavin or Dillon. Their characters didn’t speak to me very well and I felt that their love triangle was a little forced. Emily seemed to be a nice girl in the beginning but after a while I noticed she had a little bit of a spiteful streak. Around 150 pages she had to go to Gavin’s home with Dillon, as he needed to sort out some work business with Gavin, and a girl was there called Natasha. I realised when listening to Natasha she…

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REVIEW: Eversea by Natasha Boyd

Eversea

I wanted to love this book I really did, but although I enjoyed it to a point, something just didn’t connect with me. The writing is pretty good, the characters are interesting, and the story moves along well. However, I didn’t find it overly exciting, plus I felt as though most of the book was written for someone much younger than the target audience of new adult. The characters were 22 and 26 years old and so the books should have felt more mature, but I honestly thought they read more like young adult novels. Keri…

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…

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REVIEW: The Dish by Stella Newman

The Dish by Stella Newman

A novel that carefully treads the line between secrets and lies in a relationship, The Dish by Stella Newman features the delectable world of food tasting and a sprinkle of romance. Four years ago Laura Parker discovered that her husband had been cheating on her with one of her best friends, leaving her heartbroken and lost, not to mention seeking a new a career. In a bid for escape she moved to London and began working as a secretary to Roger, the editor of magazine, The Voice, and an old…

Three Amazing Things About You by Jill Mansell

In a dramatic novel that explores love, loss and medical miracles, Three Amazing Things About You by Jill Mansell is one of those special books that makes you appreciate the life you’ve been given. The first of the three perspectives in this book is that of Hallie, a twenty-eight-year-old cystic fibrosis sufferer who is on the transplant list for a new set of lungs. She has her good days and bad days, but knows that on the whole her condition is slowly deteriorating and is desperate to enjoy the time…

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REVIEW: Fearless by Tawny Weber

Fearless by Tawny Weber

A fun and flirty read to fit into your lunch break, Fearless by Tawny Weber ponders what might happen if one were to indulge in their sexual fantasies for one weekend of fearless fun. The novella opens with protagonist Gia and her group of best friends as they catch up for one of their regular girl sessions. They each like to gossip about goings on at work or home, with men being one of their prime topics of discussion. Gia is slightly envious of their wild escapades, classing herself as…

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REVIEW: Draw by Cora Brent

Draw

Draw is the start of a new series about 3 brothers, triplets in fact, this book was recommended to me on Amazon because I like MC romances. Firstly, let me state clearly this is not an MC romance, but it does kind of sit in that area as the heroes of this series are men who sit on the outskirts of society and the law. They are illegal street fighters. Having grown up in a hellish small prison town, the brothers were known as the ‘white-trash Gentry brothers’ and they…

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