Welcome to the Blog tour + Review for the awesome book Misplaced by Lee Murray. This book follows Adam a 17 year old boy (Almost 18) dealing with his ‘missing’ mum. Why have I put missing between brackets? Well it’s because this book has taught me that missing can have several meanings.
This book is dedicated to Florence Bloise, who disappeared February 2003 in France and is also ‘misplaced’.
You can find the rest of the Xpresso Blog Tour Schedule here.
Releasing August 4, 2014
New Adult Contemporary Romance
**ALL FOR THIS is book three in the Here and Now series. It is not a stand-alone and it’s intended to be read after LOST IN ME and FALL TO YOU.**
Well the normal July Bookhaul will come next week – which is a busy week full of Reviews, book blasts and cover reveals. But I will reveal about those in a later post.
But first things first, a good friend of mine needed to make room in her house as she will be welcoming a babba in the family! So massive congratulations to her of course!
But to make room, she needed to get rid of 45 books… You can guess… They are now currently sitting on the floor in the living room while I sort them out and give them a forever home on my book shelf ^_^ So Thank you Babs!! You know me well!
But I also wanted you to see what books she’s given me and what I hope to read in the next coming months, maybe even years haha! I have taken the pics in batches of 5, just because I felt like it ^_^
1. Lair of the Lion – Christine Feehan (Been wanting to read this for ages, so happy I’ve got it now)
2. Wild Fire – Christine Feehan (I have the first book, and I love the Leopard Series)
3. Scarletti Curse – Christine Feehan (I read this on my Kindle, but love having this paperback)
4. Ascension – Caris Roane (Never heard of this book/author before so another one to add to my list)
5. Avenger’s Angel – Heather Killough-Walden (Got this recommended by a friend, but now I’ve got it!)
A New Series by NYT Bestselling Author Nicole Williams
The Outsider Chronicles, #1
New Adult/Adult Contemporary
Releasing August 12, 2014
Cover designed by Okay Creations
Knox Jagger. The name inspires resent in every male at Sinclair University, want in every female, and contempt in Charlie Chase.
Welcome to my review of The Guestbook by Holly Martin, let me first start off to say that I’ve never really experienced a writing style like this and I quite enjoyed it. Of course you could see this as a sort of diary, but it actually read as a guestbook you would find at a sweet and lovely cottage.
But I am moving forward way too fast, let me first introduce you to this lovely book.
The Guestbook – Holly Martin
Welcome to Willow Cottage – throw open the shutters, let in the sea breeze and make yourself completely at home. Oh, and please do leave a comment in the Guestbook! As landlady of Willow Cottage, the young widow Annie Butterworth is always on hand with tea, sympathy or strong Norfolk cider – whatever her colourful array of guests require. A flick through the messages in the leather-bound cottage guestbook gives a tantalizing glimpse into the lives of everyone who passes through her doors. This includes Annie herself – especially now celebrity crime writer Oliver Black, is back in town. He might grace the covers of gossip magazines with a different glamorous supermodel draped on his arm every week, but to Annie, he’s always just been Olly, the man who Annie shared her first kiss with. Through the pages of the Guestbook Annie and Olly, along with all the guests that arrive at the seaside retreat, struggle with love, loss, mystery, joy, happiness, guilt…and the odd spot of naked rambling! Forget sending postcards saying wish you were here – one visit to Willow Cottage and you’ll wish you could stay forever.