Fiction

Books & Book Reviews, Fiction

Making Waves at Penvennan Cove

Making Waves At Penvennan Covie is the second book in the Penvennan Cove series by Linn B. Halton, and as a follow-on from the previous book Coming Home to Penvennan Cove. I haven’t read the first book, but that didn’t affect my enjoymen tof this one. About the book For once, things are going well for thirty-year-old Kerra Shaw. She has a fulfilling job helping small businesses in the local community, she is within a few minutes’ walk of all the people she loves best, and most importantly, she has finally got together with her childhood sweetheart, Ross. It’s not all

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Sunrise Over Pebble Bay

Della Galton’s book, Shooting Stars Over Bluebell Cliff was so enjoyable that I gladly offered to take part in the blog tour for Sunrise Over Pebble Bay. Blurb Talented, yet relatively unknown actress and celebration cake baker extraordinaire Olivia Lambert is running out of time. Approaching forty, she’s yet to land the role that will launch her television career and she’s desperate to be a mum. Her new man, Phil Grimshaw from the Bluebell Cliff Hotel, seems the perfect match, but seems to be in no rush to settle down. Having ditched her childhood sweetheart and fiancé, Tom Boyd, when

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High Blue Sky

When I started reading High Blue Sky I didn’t realize that it was a part of a trilogy, so I felt there was something that I had missed at the start, but then the story quickly had me engrossed. Blurb What would you sacrifice to be with the person you love? Summer has arrived and it’s over a year since strangers Abigail and Edward bought Winfield Hall at auction and restored it together. Now, two new tenants are about to join them at their beautiful Georgian home. Workaholic Harry Freeman has forgotten what it is to relax so when he

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Annie’s Autumn Escape

I was looking forward to Annie’s Autumn Escape having enjoyed Daisy’s Dilemma by the same author. Blurb Annie’s big birthday is looming.  Sixty!  She feels half that age, even if the mirror tells her otherwise.  Hubby Keith promises her a birthday to remember, and doesn’t let her down, but packing his suitcase to shack up with a forty-something isn’t quite the memory Annie wants to make.  Suddenly she’s single and – as an empty nester – very, very alone.  The Bucket List she and Keith had promised to work their way through is but a dream, until besties Bella and

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Christmas At Fox Farm

I loved Helen Pollard’s The Little Shop In Cornwall and was happy to be able to read Christmas At Fox Farm. Christmas At Fox Farm At Fox Farm, the village has gathered to decorate the ten-foot tree and carol the night away. Robins dart across frosty hedgerows and holly bushes are covered with ruby-red berries. But this year they will need an extra pinch of festive magic to keep Christmas alive… Living atFox Farm, with its cosy café, beautiful pottery studio and charming gift shop, is a dream come true for thirty-one-year-old Daisy. The kindly owner, Jean, and the close-knit village feel like

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Freecycling For Beginners

I used be a part of an online freecycling group and really like the concept. So it was natural for me to want to read Freecycling For Beginners, even though I didn’t know what to expect from it. The time has come for Jane to sell the family home. Downsizing to a flat means that everything must go, but her late husband’s favourite chair is far too precious for the tip. Meanwhile, Robyn, balancing her precarious career as a portrait artist with raising an autistic son, is searching for a chair with panache that will allow her sitters to pose

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