‘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

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‘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

‘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

Debbie’s Book Shelf

As an indie author, I understand the struggles for getting reviews for books (especially on Amazon!) So I have decided to offer my services to help out fellow authors wanting to get their books read and reviewed 🙂 All of my reviews are independent and, most importantly, honest. So please be prepared for any critique… Continue reading Debbie’s Book Shelf

‘The Rumour’ by Lesley Kara

5/5 Wow. That pretty much sums up my experience of The Rumour. When you know a book is full of twists before you start reading it, you begin looking for the signs. Everyone becomes a suspect to the story. You can't help it, you want to discover the ending! You want to be the detective!… Continue reading ‘The Rumour’ by Lesley Kara