The Christmas We Met by Kate Lord Brown

I must admit, when I saw the title of The Christmas We Met by Kate Lord Brown, I was expecting a Christmas romance novel with plenty of festive cheer. Instead, this book is a great contemporary romance that merely uses Christmas at the beginning as a means of introducing our heroine at her lowest point. The novel begins with a short prologue on a frosty Christmas Eve night, leaving protagonist Grace Manners stranded on a country lane looking for her runaway dog. She is rescued by Jack Booth, estate manager…

High Tide by Veronica Henry

Bringing a bit of last minute sunshine to the British summer, High Tide by Veronica Henry gives us a snapshot of a quintessentially British coastal town. The book begins with the funerals of two of Pennfleet’s local residents, who each moved in different social circles and so offer us different lifestyles to explore. The first, Joy, was a social worker who brought cheer and goodwill to those she met, with her daughter Kate having flown back from New York for the funeral. Since leaving Pennfleet, Kate has worked her way…

The Girl in 6E - A. R. Torre

The Girl in 6E is the story of a young woman who locks herself in her apartment because she has homicidal tendencies. She feels she wants to kill people and therefore to keep everybody safe she remains in her apartment and has done so for the past three years, working as a sexcam girl to pay the bills. As you read on you realise that there’s a lot more to it than Deanna thinking she is a psychopath, and a lot to do with the death of her entire family. However, when a…

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REVIEW: Fire by Kristin Cashore

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Fire (Graceling Realm #2) by Kristin Cashore Audiobook, 13h 16m | Narrator: Emma Powell Orion Publishing Group (April 2012) | YA Fantasy I am fast becoming a rather big fan of Kristin Cashore’s writing. You could be forgiven for thinking that book two in her Graceling Kingdom series would have the same world building we’ve already seen in Graceling. But, Cashore has cleverly crafted an additional rich and exotic world layered onto the clever landscape she has already depicted. I think it’s also fair to say if you really don’t need to have read…

Angels’ Blood by Nalini Singh (Guild Hunter #1)  Orion / Gollancz (2011) Audiobook, 10 hrs & 29 mins Paranormal Romance Carolyn’s Original Review: Feb 2011 Original Rating: 4.5/5 Carolyn’s Take: This is an amazing book – I loved the characters, the story, the writing – basically everything. I’m so glad it’s part of a series, and I already have books two and three in my possession – Yay! If you haven’t started this series yet, don’t wait as long as I did, go read it now! Laura’s Take I picked up Angels’ Blood…

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