Book Review: The Henna Wars by Adiba Jaigirdar

Genre: Teen/YA Rating: 5/5 Plot: Nishat and Flávia are rivals at school, but Nishat can't help the secret crush burning in her heart - even though her parents disapprove of the fact she likes girls. Can she possibly find her happy ever after? A gorgeous, heart-warming, queer YA love story for fans of Becky Albertalli. … Continue reading Book Review: The Henna Wars by Adiba Jaigirdar

CAREFREE AND CONSEQUENCES IS ONE YEAR OLD

I can't believe Carefree and Consequences: A love against story all odds is a year old! To celebrate I've redesigned the book cover and updated the blurb. The new cover will be available in 72 hours! Meanwhile here's the link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Carefree-Consequences-Rachel-Marie-ebook/dp/B07MF1XV2N I can also reveal that I aim to publish the second book in the … Continue reading CAREFREE AND CONSEQUENCES IS ONE YEAR OLD

PSA TO ALL ROMANCE READERS AND BLOG SUBSCRIBERS: GET YOUR COPY OF CAREFREE AND CONSEQUENCES NOW

Hey Gang, I hope you’re all keeping well and aren’t utterly bored by Lockdown already? If you are and need something pleasant to while a way the hours ere’s the link to my romance novel. (inspired by Grease) Don’t forget to check out all my other official pages. I’m currently working on book number two … Continue reading PSA TO ALL ROMANCE READERS AND BLOG SUBSCRIBERS: GET YOUR COPY OF CAREFREE AND CONSEQUENCES NOW

WIP: spoonful of sugar – chapter two done and dusted

Today’s word count: 2066 so it's safe to say that the second chapter of my #WIP, The Spoonful of Sugar Cafe has been written. I'm extremely proud of myself because I haven't looked or written anything remotely worthwhile that's not related to #carefreeandconsequences: Book Two, in a long time! Think I've earned a biscuit?! Upside: … Continue reading WIP: spoonful of sugar – chapter two done and dusted

Book Review: The little village library by Helen Rolfe

Genre: Fiction Rating: 4/5 Plot: It takes a village…Cloverdale is known for its winding roads, undulating hills and colourful cottages, and now for its Library of Shared Things: a place where locals can borrow anything they might need, from badminton sets to waffle makers. A place where the community can come together. Jennifer has devoted … Continue reading Book Review: The little village library by Helen Rolfe

Book Review: The Single Dad’s handbook by Lynsey James

Genre: Fiction Rating: 5/5 Plot: Welcome to The Single Dad’s Handbook, your comprehensive guide to life without me when I pop my clogs! ‘I laughed, I cried, and I swooned a bit too (both over Evan and the beautiful Edinburgh setting). Gorgeous.’ Lia LouisIt’s been two years since cancer stole Evan Harper’s wife, Claire, from … Continue reading Book Review: The Single Dad’s handbook by Lynsey James

Book Review: The lost children by Shirley Dickinson

Genre: Historical fiction Rating: 5/5 Plot: England, 1943: Home is no longer safe for eight-year-old twins Molly and Jacob. Night after night wailing bombs and screeching planes skim the rooftops overhead. They cradle each other, shivering in terror, not knowing if they will live to see dawn. Their mother, Martha, has no choice but to … Continue reading Book Review: The lost children by Shirley Dickinson