Audiobook Review: The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary

Opening sentence: “You’ve got to say this for desperation: it makes you much more open-minded.” Oh I just loved, loved, loved the story of Tiffy and Leon and was a more than a little sad when my walks to and from work were no longer accompanied by them. As I mentioned in a previous post, […]

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Review: Our Stop by Laura Jane Williams

Opening sentence: “Shit. Shit, shit, shit.” I don’t tend to read many unashamedly romantic books, ones that have a love story at the centre of their story, but after enjoying one or two great ones recently – including this very book – I’m starting to wonder why I don’t. I mean, I think you definitely […]

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Review: The Roanoke Girls

The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel Opening sentence: “The first time I saw Roanoke was in a dream.” This book turned out to be a lot more twisted than I was expecting, which made it a page turner, but also left me raising my eyebrows quite a few times as the story strayed into quite […]

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