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#BookReview – The French Girl By Lexie Elliot

Goodreads blurb: They were six university students from Oxford--friends and sometimes more than friends--spending an idyllic week together in a French farmhouse. It was supposed to be the perfect summer getaway--until they met Severine, the girl next door. For Kate Channing, Severine was an unwelcome presence, her inscrutable beauty undermining the close-knit group's loyalties amid… Continue reading #BookReview – The French Girl By Lexie Elliot

book review, memoir, Non-Fiction November, nonfiction, Uncategorized

#BookReview – Forty is my Forte by Catherine E Winton

When Catherine started behaving oddly, her friends and family were a little concerned. ‘It’s a mid-life crisis’ people whispered around her as she took to Edinburgh’s Royal Mile to busk on an instrument she couldn’t play. ‘She’s looking for a toy boy’ others gossiped as she drove an armoured people carrier under the carefree instruction… Continue reading #BookReview – Forty is my Forte by Catherine E Winton

book review, contemporary fiction, Women's Fiction

#BookReview – Bless Her Heart by Sally Kilpatrick

On the day Posy Love discovers that her born-again husband has been ministering to some of his flock a little too eagerly, she also learns that he’s left her broke and homeless. Posy married Chad five years ago in hopes of finding the stability her hippie mother couldn’t provide. Instead she got all the trappings… Continue reading #BookReview – Bless Her Heart by Sally Kilpatrick

book review, crime, Favourites 2017, Mysteries & Thrillers

#Book Review – The Perfect Victim by Corrie Jackson

The Perfect Victim is the brilliant follow up to Breaking Dead, Corrie Jackson's debut from 2016. I first came across this crime series last year and have been waiting for a whole 12 months to read this next book. Was it worth the wait? Yes, it certainly was! As soon as I started it I… Continue reading #Book Review – The Perfect Victim by Corrie Jackson

book review, contemporary fiction, Mysteries & Thrillers

#Bookreview Blind Side by Jennie Ensor

Can you ever truly know someone? And what if you suspect the unthinkable? London, five months before 7/7. Georgie, a young woman wary of relationships after previous heartbreak, gives in and agrees to sleep with close friend Julian. She’s shocked when Julian reveals he’s loved her for a long time. But Georgie can’t resist her… Continue reading #Bookreview Blind Side by Jennie Ensor

book review, memoir, nonfiction

#BookReview – Living Like Audrey by Victoria Loustalot

From Goodreads: How to be more -Audrey- -Beautifully designed gift book. -Highlights Audrey's personality and style through her best-known roles and films. -Seldom seen photos of this truly one-of-a-kind woman. Living Like Audrey is a captivating and insightful look at an iconic woman who was an inspiration to many and whose style, personality, and uniqueness… Continue reading #BookReview – Living Like Audrey by Victoria Loustalot

book review, memoir, nonfiction

#BookReview – Still Christian by David P. Gushee

About the Book From Goodreads In this provocative tell-all, David Gushee gives an insider's look at the frictions and schisms of evangelical Christianity, based on his experiences that began with becoming a born-again Southern Baptist in 1978 to being kicked out of evangelicalism in 2014 for his stance on LGBT inclusion in the church. But… Continue reading #BookReview – Still Christian by David P. Gushee