#BookReview Without a Hitch on Honeymoon @BeautySwot #TuesdayBookBlog

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Last year I reviewed Bettina Hunt’s, Without a Hitch, a novel about the wedding journeys of three brides. Bettina’s novel made me reconnect with my inner bridezilla which is something I thoroughly enjoyed doing. After nineteen long years of marriage there’s nothing better than being whisked away to think about wedding dress choices, flower arrangements […]

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#BookReview Summer at the Art Cafe @SueMcDonaghLit #TuesdayBookBlog

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This book gave me a strong urge to get a powerful motorbike, dress head to toe in leather, find a handsome bike instructor and become a biker girl. As I dislike speed, rarely travel above 50mph in a car and spend a lot of time screeching, while at the wheel, this biker dream might have […]

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#BookReview The Corner Shop In Cockleberry Bay #TuesdayBookBlog @nicolamay1

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This feel-good book, The Corner Shop In Cockleberry Bay, got me through a weekend away with three hormonal teenage girls and one ten year old girl (two were mine and the other two were my sister’s kids). Good books get you through stressful times. On a night, in our small budget hotel room, when the […]

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#BookReview Barnabas Tew and the Case of the Missing Scarab #Mystery #Bookish

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*Alert* The main character of this book, Barnabas Tew, has stolen my heart. In terms of fictional character crushes I never thought I would fall for a hopeless Victorian detective. I also never thought I would enjoy reading a mystery novel as much as I did with this one, so it has already broken boundaries with […]

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How To Connect With Your Inner Bridezilla – Read ‘Without a Hitch’ 👰🏼❤️@BeautySwot #SundayBlogShare #BookReview #bridetobe

Even though I got married many moons ago I still find myself gazing longingly at engagement rocks in jewellers, getting urges to try on beautiful wedding dresses, drawing up family seating plans with post it notes (when I should be plotting my novel), restraining myself from throwing a bunch of flowers at a crowd of […]

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