Book Review: Convenience Store Woman

Book Review: Convenience Store Woman

She found sanctuary in a supermarket. Now, she’s about to lose it. Keiko isn’t normal. At school and university people find her odd, and her family worries she will never fit in. To make them happy, Keiko takes a job at a newly opened convenience…

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Book Review: The Garden of Small Beginnings

Book Review: The Garden of Small Beginnings

Thank you to Little, Brown for sneaking in one last proof in 2017. Abbi Waxman’s The Garden of Small Beginnings publishes on 22nd February 2018. In the three years since her husband died in a car accident, Lili has just about managed to resume her…

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Book Review: Sweetpea

Book Review: Sweetpea

Thank you to Harlequin UK for granting me a copy of C.J. Skuse’s Sweetpea via NetGalley in exchange for a review. When she was good, she was very, very good. When she was bad, she was deadly.  Rhiannon is your average girl next door, settled with her…

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What I’m Reading This Christmas (From Notting Hill With Love Actually Review)

What I’m Reading This Christmas (From Notting Hill With Love Actually Review)

The first book in Ali McNamara’s Actually series found its way under the Kilford’s Christmas tree last year. Much like many others, my run up to the festive period consists of cheesy, cliche-ridden movies and novels and with Christmas Day closely upon us, From Notting…

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Book Review: Wallbanger

Book Review: Wallbanger

Scandy novel time! Honestly, this has been on my to-read list forever. While I don’t often read smutty novels because some of them can just be way to over the top with a ridiculous plot, I’d seen so many positive reviews from GoodReads friends and…

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