Review :: The French Gift :: Kirsty Manning

A copy of The French Gift by Kirsty Manning sits in a sunbeam on a wooden table with a cup of coffee next to it.

Fresnes Prison, 1940: Margot Bisset, a former maid from the Riviera, finds herself in a prison cell with writer and French Resistance fighter, Josephine Murant. Together, they are transferred to a work camp in Germany, where the secrets they share will bind them for generations to come. Present-day Paris: Evie Black lives above her botanical […]

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#LOVEOZYA :: Waking Romeo :: Kathryn Barker

YEAR: 2083. LOCATION: LONDON. MISSION: WAKE ROMEO. It’s the end of the world. Literally. Time travel is possible, but only forwards. And only a handful of families choose to remain in the ‘now’, living off the scraps that were left behind. Among these are eighteen-year-old Juliet and the love of her life, Romeo. But things […]

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Review :: The Good Teacher :: Petronella McGovern

A good teacher can change lives… Every evening, Allison watches her husband’s new house, desperate to find some answers. Every morning, she puts on a brave face to teach kindergarten. She’s a good teacher, everyone says so – this stalking is just a tiny crack in her usual self-control. A late enrolment into her class […]

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Q&A :: Maya Linnell :: BOTTLEBRUSH CREEK

Maya Linnell is one of my favourite Aussie rural romance authors, so I was absolutely delighted when she agreed to answer a few questions for me about her books and writing! Maya’s latest book Bottlebrush Creek tells the story of Angie McIntyre as she attempts to renovate a country home of her dreams, with the […]

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Q&A :: LÉONIE KELSALL :: The Farm at Peppertree Crossing

Yesterday I posted my review of Léonie Kelsall’s rural romance novel The Farm at Peppertree Crossing, and today I have a little Q&A that Léonie kindly did with me. I hope you enjoy hearing more about The Farm at Peppertree Crossing!*** The property that is the setting of most of The Farm at Peppertree Crossing […]

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