‘Cameraman’ – by Joshua Sutton

4/5 This is a fascinating story following the incarcerated Dylan Delgado as his supernatural powers are used to assist the police with their investigations when crimes cannot be explained through the normal (mortal) routes. It is a fast paced story which keeps you on your toes throughout with gruesome detail which is not for the… Continue reading ‘Cameraman’ – by Joshua Sutton

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‘Who Did You Tell?’ – by Lesley Kara

3.5/5 After writing a rave 5* review for 'The Rumour' by the same author, I was so excited to get started on this book, eagerly waiting for my pre-ordered copy to arrive in the post. That day couldn't come soon enough! 'The Rumour' was my favourite read of 2019 so I had extra high hopes… Continue reading ‘Who Did You Tell?’ – by Lesley Kara

‘Flower’ – by Safira X

4/5 Synopsis He stops when he catches sight of the perfect girl. “Sky Winter”, her username reads. She has long, blonde waves that go down to her waist, bangs that stop just above her porcelain blue eyes, and rosy cheeks. Her cheeks are so round that you can’t even see her cheekbones.'Her skin must feel… Continue reading ‘Flower’ – by Safira X

‘The Southern Belles’ – by Katie Simpkins

5/5 ‘Not just any old riches to rags story’ – absolutely! I fell in love with this entire story. It was such a superb idea and different to anything else I have read before. ‘The Southern Belles’ tells the story of three heiresses (Evelyn, Georgia and Olivia), who find themselves in an unimaginable position. Once… Continue reading ‘The Southern Belles’ – by Katie Simpkins

‘Three Nightmares’ – by Tom Stearns

5/5 This book is NOT for the faint hearted!I gave this book full marks and it was well deserved. Maybe I have a soft spot for dark fiction... or maybe Tom Stearns was just too good at creating a build up of suspense and bringing out the 'shock factor' which so many paranormal books fail… Continue reading ‘Three Nightmares’ – by Tom Stearns

‘The Family’ – by Louise Jensen

5/5 As with Oak Leaf Farm, once you start this book, it will not let you leave! Right from the off, you are thrown in to mystery as the opening chapter begins with a traumatic event, then taking you back in time as is Jensen's style. I found myself getting lost in the story, telling… Continue reading ‘The Family’ – by Louise Jensen

‘Crazy Rich Asians’ – by Kevin Kwan

5/5 What a crazy book! From the cover, it gave the impression it was a simple chick-lit but there was so much more to it than that. It also had comedy, drama and heartbreak. There was even an element of lad-lit too. I expected to like it - but i did not expect to love… Continue reading ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ – by Kevin Kwan

‘Twas The Nightshift Before Christmas’ – by Adam Kay

5/5 I was so excited for the release of this, after enjoying Kay’s first book, ‘This Is Going To Hurt’, however the size of it and the price tag immediately disappointed me. It seemed like a lot of money for such a short book… However, my lovely Mum knew how much I wanted to read… Continue reading ‘Twas The Nightshift Before Christmas’ – by Adam Kay

‘The Winter Dog’ – by M. C. Holliss

4/5 ‘The Winter Dog’ is an enchanting children’s tale about a young boy, Callum, who stumbles across a wolf which is close to death in the harsh wintery weather. After believing that all wolves were by then extinct, Callum saves the wolf’s life and their adventure begins. Both Callum and the wolf face certain dangers… Continue reading ‘The Winter Dog’ – by M. C. Holliss

‘The Surrogate’ – by Louise Jensen

5/5 I have been following Louise Jensen on social media for a while, religiously reading her blog, but ‘The Surrogate’ was my first experience of one of her books. There were high expectations as the reviews (online as well as from my sister in law) were amazing. So, what did I think? Louise is an… Continue reading ‘The Surrogate’ – by Louise Jensen

‘Mad Love’ by Nick Spalding

5/5 After my disappointment with ‘Fat Chance’, I can honestly say that Spalding has more than made up for it with ‘Mad Love’ 🙂 the author I fell in love with after ‘Love… From Both Sides’ is welcomed back into my Kindle Library with open arms. My second experience of an audiobook, this book became… Continue reading ‘Mad Love’ by Nick Spalding

‘Fat Chance’ by Nick Spalding

2/5 I was quite disappointed with this book to be honest… I’ve read a couple of Nick Spalding’s books in the past and loved them (occasionally wiping tears from my eyes from the amount of laughing out loud) so I expected this book to follow suit but honestly? It just didn’t cut it for me.… Continue reading ‘Fat Chance’ by Nick Spalding

‘Indigo Nights’ by David Greenwood

5/5 The only thing I can equate this book to is taking a wild ride in the DeLorean time machine, for I have most definitely visited the past and then been brought back to the future. David has successfully created a visual of life in the swinging sixties, first in the north and finally down… Continue reading ‘Indigo Nights’ by David Greenwood

‘Pandora Syndrome’ by April Wahlin

5/5 When asked to review this book, a genre I usually avoid, I admit I had reservations. A story about vampires had me thinking of 'Twilight' and the romantic/perfectness of it all, but, I am open minded. So I gave 'Pandora Syndrome' a go. Well... wow! Such a fantastic read. I was hooked. The main… Continue reading ‘Pandora Syndrome’ by April Wahlin

‘This Is Going To Hurt’ by Adam Kay

5/5 Such a brutally honest and open insight into life as an NHS worker. I’ve always respected them, but that respect is now through the roof. So much so that if I’m ever taken to A+E for a life threatening emergency, I’d tell my Doctor to finish their coffee first. I can wait. Adam Kay… Continue reading ‘This Is Going To Hurt’ by Adam Kay