Once and Future Wife // Book Review

  Jennie Bateman has again fallen in love with Thomas, her former husband, but Tasha, one of his children, is determined to destroy their relationship. Jennie had done that herself a number of years earlier. In the midst of a manic episode, she had deserted Thomas and their two daughters, choosing, instead, a life of shameless debauchery. Perhaps she was shocked when Thomas filed for a divorce. Perhaps it was the influence of a preacher who took an interest in her. Perhaps she simply cycled back toward normal. Whatever the cause, years later, when she again made contact with her… View Post

Finding Hope // Book Review & Giveaway

Finding Hope (Christian Fiction for women) She wanted independence. Then life took an unexpected turn. Can Olivia find hope in the midst of her darkest hour? When Olivia Martinelli, a naive nineteen-year-old, moved out on her own, she never could have imagined what direction her life would take. A life-changing decision, a betrayal of trust, and a painful consequence leave her devastated. Will Olivia find the strength she needs for the journey ahead? ** Inspirational Romance ** Available to buy from… Amazon.com   Amazon.co.uk   Barnes and Noble What I thought: Although I am not a religious person, this book was… View Post

Three Silver Doves // Review & Giveaway

NEW BOOK RELEASE…. When New York reporter Paige MacKenzie heads to Tres Palomas, New Mexico, the resort of Agua Encantada seems a perfect destination to combine work with pleasure. A quick article on the healing mineral springs and a few leisurely soaking sessions in the resort’s soothing waters promises well-deserved rest and relaxation. Paige is immediately intrigued with a local artist’s one-of-a-kind jewelry designs, as well as weekly gatherings to hear legends from an elderly storyteller. But when identical jewelry shows up on another guest and the storyteller goes missing, Paige’s R&R is soon redefined as restlessness and risk. Curious… View Post

Nemo and Giraffe // Lee Hunter

Nemo and Giraffe is a fabulous children’s book based on the life and antics of Lee Hunter’s indoor cat Nemo. It is beautifull illustrated by Lindy Damen.  The book follows Nemo as he moves house with his best friend giraffe. Nemo is a ‘scaredy cat’ and doesn’t go outside. But he doesn’t need too, he has his best friend with him. Giraffe makes Nemo feel better and they have lots of fun together watching the outside world go by.  It doesn’t matter that Nemo is a cat and Giraffe is a …. well Giraffe.  It’s the friendship that counts. I… View Post

Blood on Snow // Jo Nesbo

When I was asked to review the Blood on Snow Audio book I was intrigued. Apart from listening to children’s stories on tape when I was a child, I actually hadn’t listened to an audio book before. The book is read by Patti Smith. It took me quite a while to get used to her voice. At first I found her voice very monotone and boring but as we learnt more about the main character of the book, it transpired that Patti’s voice was perfect for Blood On Snow. I did find it difficult at first to actually pay attention… View Post