Tuesday, 23 April 2019

#OWLSreadathon 2019 week 3 wrap up

So as if this is week 3, ive had plenty of book changes compared to my original TBR due to forgetting to mark or review books on my netgalley - that will teach me to become a better blogger. So, luckily i had other options that i could swap in to keep me on track for passing my OWLS.

Friday, 19 April 2019

Gentleman Sinner || Jodi Ellen Malpas || Review

An all-the-feels novel of fierce love overcoming a dark past from the author of the #1 New York Times bestselling THIS MAN series. 

 Izzy White knows of the darkness in this world. After all, she escaped it long ago. Determined not to let her past beat her, Izzy has a secure, stable life with a job she loves in nursing. But one act of kindness will completely upend everything she's so carefully built-putting her right back in the crosshairs of danger she's been so desperate to avoid.

 When Theo Kane shows up like a knight in shining armor, Izzy can't help thinking she's been saved from one threat and exposed to another. His imposing physique, the harsh lines of his face, and the wariness of everyone who comes close are just a few clues to Theo Kane's notorious reputation. The man is positively terrifying. But with Izzy, he's tender and a complete gentleman, and her fascination with the mysterious beast of a man becomes too powerful for her to walk away.

 As Theo's demons come to light, running becomes even more impossible. And yet staying together could doom them both.


Wednesday, 17 April 2019

The Dare - Carol Wyer || Netgalley Review

Jane’s daughter is a good girl. What is she hiding? 

 When thirteen-year-old Savannah Hopkins doesn’t come straight home from school, as she always does, her mother Jane immediately raises the alarm. Leading the investigation is Detective Natalie Ward whose daughter Leigh is the same age as Savannah. Soon Natalie’s worst fears are confirmed when the teenager’s broken body is found in nearby shrubland.

 Evidence points towards a local recluse, but just as the net is closing around him, one of Savannah’s friends, Harriet, is reported missing. As Natalie delves into the lives of both girls, she soon discovers a sinister video on their phones, daring the girls to disappear from their families for 48 hours. But Natalie isn’t quick enough for this killer, and she is devastated to find Harriet’s body on a fly tip a day later.

 Caught up in the case, she takes her eye off her own daughter and when Leigh goes missing after school she knows she must be in terrible danger. The clock is ticking for Natalie. Can she catch this killer before her little girl becomes the next victim?


Tuesday, 16 April 2019

Week 2 #OWLsreadathon2019 wrapup

So, Week 2 was less productive of the #OWLsreadathon2019
I didn't read all too much, i was too busy recovering from running a marathon and eating literally everything in site. Then i also remembered i had other book commitments, so ill let you see what i read, regardless of whether i actually read it or not.

Monday, 15 April 2019

Wedding Bells At Villa Limoncella || Daisy James || Blog Tour

When Isabella Jenkins is unceremoniously fired from her fancy London job, she escapes to Tuscany. A few weeks hiding amongst rolling hills and grape vines at Villa Limoncello sounds exactly like the distraction she needs. But Italy holds emotional memories for Izzy and with a hapless handyman, a matchmaking village matriarch and a gorgeous – if infuriating – local chef named Luca Castelotti, her quiet Italian get away turns into an unending cacophony of chaos. Suddenly Izzie finds herself on a mission to pull off the wedding of the century and maybe get her life in order in the process. If only Luca’s gorgeous smile wasn’t such a powerful distraction…


Tuesday, 9 April 2019

Week 1 update #OWLSreadathon2019

So, here we are week 1 of my first readathon in years and i can say i have actively got stuck in. Starting the 1st of April i made sure i finished the book i was reading and ready to go with my first read; so here is how i got on in week 1.


Thursday, 4 April 2019

March Wrap Up

How is it even time to write a wrap up again? Another month down, they are literally flying by. This month i read 5 books, i have read 17 so far this year and i am 5 books ahead on my goodreads schedule. 4 of these were review books gifted from netgalley or blog tours and one was a self purchase. So; here is what i read.