In theory, I’m not that fond of short stories. Why? Because it takes an enormous amount of talent to pull them off and not everyone has it [..] Špiljak though? She does have it.
It’s 1944, we’re in occupied France, and we’re following the Baudin sisters, three young women who moved there from England.
Book tour stop! Today I’m delighted to be the host for Murder at the House on the Hill, a cozy crime mystery written by Victoria Walters. First thing first, let me thank Rachel and the publisher, Hera Books, for providing me with an e-copy of this book. Much obliged *hat tip* MEET THE BOOK Once … Continue reading #Book Tour – Murder at the House on the Hill; V. Walters
Yay Southern Gothic! It’s one of my (many) favorite genres, so I couldn’t pass up the chance to read The Farmhouse at Peace and Plenty. Said Farmhouse is the place where Jenny and Kyle, a couple who’s trying to fix their own marriage, rent for the summer. Clear-cut, right? Well, not really, no. The Farmhouse has been the theater of a huge tragedy in the past, and everybody knows ghosts exist.
Fall and redemption with a twist would be an appropriate subheading for The Fall.
I loved this book. I loved almost everything about it. Mæve is an interesting character, and rooting for her is so easy because she’s fierce and courageous, but also kind, intelligent and humble. She’s given a task early in the novel, and no matter how dire things are, she does everything in her power to reach her goals.
The Juggle is a story of swapped lives, of personal growth, and owning up mistakes. It might look like your clear-cut romcom story, but if you’re willing to dig a little deeper, look a little further, then you’ll see what’s beyond the surface.
In Whisper Cottage we follow Stina and Jack, a married couple who decide to ditch their big city life and move to the countryside, hoping for a fresh, bucolic start. They’re expecting a kid; the small village of Avoncote is as charming as the cottage they bought, and the widow who lives next door looks so nice - right?
Meet Alice: a woman who loves her job, doesn’t like to share her things, and has an annoying ex. Meet Jamie: a man who has some secrets, doesn’t mind sharing, and is not that enthusiastic to return to the office.
Once Upon a Seaside Murder, a novel written by Maggie Blackburn, follows the steps of Summer Merriwether. After her mom’s death—the backstory is featured in the previous book of this series—Summer is in charge of a bookstore called Beach Reads; between a panel discussion gone wrong and her newfound family, Summer has a lot on her plate.