#FlashbackFriday – December 2016 & 2017 #BookReviews

It’s the first Friday of the month so once again I’m joining Kerry @ Chat About Books sharing my reviews from books I was reading during December 2016 and 2017. I wonder if you’ll recognise any? December 2016 Too Close by Gayle Curtis The Watcher by Ross Armstrong Local Girl Missing by Claire Douglas The … Continue reading #FlashbackFriday – December 2016 & 2017 #BookReviews

#AudiobookReview – The Tea Planter’s Daughter by Janet Macleod Trotter #TheTeaPlantersDaughter #IndiaTeaSeries # BrillianceAudio #LoveAudio

Goodreads blurb: "1905 INDIA: Clarissa Belhaven and her younger sister Olive find their carefree life on their father's tea plantation threatened by his drinking and debts. Wesley Robson, a brash young rival businessman, offers to help save the plantation in exchange for beautiful Clarrie's hand in marriage, but her father flatly refuses. And when Jock … Continue reading #AudiobookReview – The Tea Planter’s Daughter by Janet Macleod Trotter #TheTeaPlantersDaughter #IndiaTeaSeries # BrillianceAudio #LoveAudio

#BookReview – The Story of NOW That’s What I Call Music in 100 Artists by Michael Mulligan #12DaysofChristmas #BlogTour @Trapeze Books @Tr4cyF3nt0n #CompulsiveReaders

Hello and welcome to my stop on the Trapeze 12 Days of Christmas Blog Tour!  Thanks to Tracy Fenton for inviting me on to the tour and to the publishers for my fab copy of the book. Before I share my review here's what the book is all about: "Everyone remembers their first NOW album. … Continue reading #BookReview – The Story of NOW That’s What I Call Music in 100 Artists by Michael Mulligan #12DaysofChristmas #BlogTour @Trapeze Books @Tr4cyF3nt0n #CompulsiveReaders

#BookReview – The Blue by Nancy Bilyeau #TheBlue #ThePigeonhole

Goodreads blurb: "In eighteenth century London, porcelain is the most seductive of commodities; fortunes are made and lost upon it. Kings do battle with knights and knaves for possession of the finest pieces and the secrets of their manufacture. For Genevieve Planché, an English-born descendant of Huguenot refugees, porcelain holds far less allure; she wants … Continue reading #BookReview – The Blue by Nancy Bilyeau #TheBlue #ThePigeonhole