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Audio Review: Dirty – A Dive Bar Novel by Kylie Scott

Synopsis:- Love - on the rocks... The last thing Vaughan Hewson expects to find when he returns to his childhood home is a brokenhearted bride in his shower, let alone the drama and chaos that come with her. Lydia Green doesn't know whether to scream or cry in a corner. Discovering the love of your life is having an affair on your wedding day is bad enough. Finding out it's with his best man is another thing altogether. Just when this runaway bride has nowhere left to turn, a handsome stranger Read more [...]

Review: Hard Focus by MariaLisa deMora

Synopsis This is an intense page-turner, a gut-punch twist-filled story about a woman who has confidence in herself, believes she's a good judge of character, and has filled her life with people she can trust. She's right, but she's also very, very wrong. Readers will have a time of it trying to decide who to watch closest. Review Hard FocusWhere do you place your trust when your own instincts betray you? Connie Rowe is a receptionist at a respected legal firm. She99s a little bit Read more [...]

Review: The Pebble Jar by H E Robinson

Synopsis: At fifteen years old, Abigail Costa might not know much, but there are three things she's absolutely certain of: Her grandmother, Nonna, is a superhero and she wants to be just like her one day.  The world is round and she wants to see absolutely every inch of it.  And she and Elliot Peterson will be best friends for life.  After over a decade of getting up to no good together and spending every possible moment in one another's company, it seems impossible that anything Read more [...]

Review: Victims² by Muriel Garcia

I am a monster.

I am evil.

I've done things that would shock the toughest cops.

I've done things that will send me straight to hell and put Satan to shame.

I've done things that I shouldn't have enjoyed, but relished.

I've loved every single second of it.

I don't know the meaning of the word regret.

Why reget doing what needs to be done?

They had to die.

I am a monster.

I am evil.

I am unstoppable.

I am Helltown's worst nightmare.

This is who I truly am.
Wow, what a Read more [...]

Review: Journey to the centre of myself by Andie M Long


Two women. Two different paths in life.

Amber’s husband is pressuring her to have a baby. Amber wants to have fun. She gives in to her husband, only to find that all is not as it seems.

Karen’s marriage is at its end, rocked by grief and lies. Newly redundant, she leaves on a flight to Berlin, to spend time alone and consider her future.

Amber is the temp who took over Read more [...]

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