#BookReview – Notting Hill in the Snow by Jules Wake #NottingHillInTheSnow

From Goodreads: "Escape to Notting Hill this Christmas… From the bestselling author of Covent Garden in the Snow, this is the most romantic and charming book you’ll read this Christmas… A Notting Hill nativity… what could go wrong? Viola Smith plays the viola in an orchestra (yes really!) but this year she's been asked to... Continue Reading →

#BookReview – The Little Brooklyn Bakery by Julie Caplin

"Take a trip to New York and the best little bakery in Brooklyn for bagels, bakes, and more than a sprinkle of romance! When Sophie Bennings arrives in New York, love is the last thing on her mind. Still reeling from a painful break up, she throws herself into her work as a food editor... Continue Reading →

First Line Friday #2

Choose a book from your shelf and post the first sentence. I've chosen my First Line Friday from Jasmine Nights by Julia Grigson. It was only a song. That was what he thought when she'd put her hat on and left, leaving the faint smell of fresh apples behind.  At twenty-three, Saba Tarcan knows her... Continue Reading →

First Line Friday

  First Line Friday is a new meme started by Arleigh at Historical-fiction.comChoose a book from my shelf and post the first sentence. You can even use the image which she created herself for the meme. "I'm happy being single, really I am." The Villa Girls by Nicky Pellegrino "The story of four young women... Continue Reading →

The Scent of Cherry Blossoms

This really is a lovely romantic audiobook read beautifully by Cassandra Campbell. When I first started listening to it I thought it would be full of awful clichés and I didn't think I was going to enjoy it at all, but actually as the story progressed it drew me in. I really felt transported to... Continue Reading →

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