The Other Miss Bates by Allie Cresswell blogtour book review

 

The Other Miss Bates

The Other Miss Bates written and self-published by Allie Cresswell is available NOW in ebook and paperback format.  The ebook is also included in the kindleunlimited scheme.

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Jane Bates has left Highbury to become the companion of the invalid widow Mrs Sealy in Brighton. Life in the new, fashionable seaside resort is exciting indeed. A wide circle of interesting acquaintance and a rich tapestry of new experiences – balls at the Assembly rooms, carriage rides and promenades on the Steyne – make her new life all Jane had hoped for.
While Jane’s sister Hetty can be a tiresome conversationalist she proves to be a surprisingly good correspondent and Jane is kept minutely up-to-date with developments in Highbury, particularly the tragic news from Donwell Abbey.
When handsome Lieutenant Weston returns to Brighton Jane expects their attachment to pick up where it left off in Highbury the previous Christmas, but the determined Miss Louisa Churchill, newly arrived with her brother and sister-in-law from Enscombe in Yorkshire, seems to have a different plan in mind.

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I am so pleased to be involved in the blogtour celebrating and promoting the second instalment in the Highbury Trilogy, inspired by Jane Austen’s ‘Emma’: The Other Miss Bates.  I was first introduced to the work of Allie Cresswell in September when I read and reviewed the first instalment in this trilogy.  You can find my review for Mrs Bates of Highbury here.

Once again I was completely entranced by this delightful instalment in the Highbury Trilogy.  As mentioned in my review of book one I haven’t read Emma by Jane Austen but I’ve grown an appreciation of historical romances and I believe the author Allie Cresswell has written a stunning series of stories that befits the style of writing by Jane Austen and I’m sure Jane Austen would have been as equally delighted.

The Other Miss Bates follows on were we left off and we see Jane and her mother travel to Brighton in readiness for Jane to start her occupation working for a Mrs Sealy.  Brighton was to bring new adventures for Jane.  Adventures that would broaden her outlook on life, adventure that would re-light a flame in her heart that had been lit the previous year, adventures that would have her then question her heart’s desire.  The adventures in Brighton would bring danger and tragedy and life would now follow a different course.

A story filled with chivalry, an unassuming hero, a villain you want to banish, the glamorous and sometimes scandalous society circus, grief and tragedy but most of all new friendships and alliances.  My heart broke with the tragic loss of a blossoming love.  Allie Cresswell has included a wealth of characters and storyline to captivate you.

Another absolutely beautiful story that evoked many emotions in me.  I’m eager to read the third and final instalment.

About the Author

Allie Cresswell was born in Stockport, UK and began writing fiction as soon as she could hold a pencil.
She did a BA in English Literature at Birmingham University and an MA at Queen Mary College, London.
She has been a print-buyer, a pub landlady, a book-keeper, run a B & B and a group of boutique holiday cottages. Nowadays Allie writes full time having retired from teaching literature to lifelong learners.
She has two grown-up children, two granddaughters, two grandsons and two cockapoos but just one husband – Tim. They live in Cumbria, NW England.
The Other Miss Bates is her eighth novel and the second in the Highbury series

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The Magical Christmas Do Over by Linda West ’12 Days of Christmas Bonanza’

 

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The Magical Christmas Do Over written by Linda West, publisher Morningmayan Publishing, is available NOW in ebook and paperback format.  The ebook is also included in the kindleunlimited scheme.

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Thrown together by fate, three women get a second chance to go back in time and change their lives forever. They say once in a blue moon you get the chance of a lifetime, and this was that blue moon.

Three friends. Second chances. One miraculous Christmas.

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I am so pleased to be involved in the ’12 Days of Christmas Bonanza’ celebrating and promoting the launch of Linda West’s latest novel: The Magical Christmas Do Over.  I was drawn to this book by the beautiful cover with it’s gorgeous snowy cottage and furry friend and along with the synopsis I’ve purchased a copy and can’t wait to read it tucked up in my reading room with my own reading buddy (aka cat).  Today I have a lovely snippet from author Linda West.

7. Snow Angels

I grew up in Buffalo – its snows all the time. We don’t hate the cold; we get creative in the snow. One of the things we loved to do when there was a fresh snow was just plop down in our parkas and make snow angels in the new fallen snow. It was light and fluffy and soft and after you waved your hands and legs laughing all the while, in the end you had these wonderful ethereal snow angels that would only last so long before disappearing. Like a snow flower of delight.

About the Author

Linda West is the best selling author of the adorable and enchanting “Christmas Kisses and Cookies.” It is a delightful series of holiday romances based around the town of Kissing Bridge and the magical Landers sisters who are the reigning blue ribbon cookie queens thanks to their mothers’ ‘special’ recipe book.
Linda was the owner of Mayberry – a celebrity-filled restaurant in Malibu where many of her recipes enchanted the regulars such as Tom Hanks and Anthony Hopkins to name a few. Her recipes are sprinkled throughout her fiction books much to the delight of her fans.
Her newest venture is in the cozy mystery and humor genre. With – Death by Crockpot – the first in her newest series -Linda takes her favorite known characters from Kissing Bridge and throws them into some side-splitting funny adventures.

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Snowed in at The Little Duck Pond Café by Rosie Green blogtour book review

 

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Snowed in at the Little Duck Pond Café written and self-published by Rosie Green is available NOW in ebook format.  The ebook is also included in the kindleunlimited scheme.

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The biggest snowfall in years has blanketed Sunnybrook, cutting the village off from the outside world. For Fen, who finds herself snowed in at The Little Duck Pond Cafe, it’s little more than a minor inconvenience. Her love life is finally running smoothly; it looks as if she’s found the perfect man for her.

But then a shocking secret threatens to destroy Fen’s new-found happiness.
Will being snowed in be the final straw? Or will Fen find a way through the snowdrifts to the perfect love?

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I am so pleased to be involved in the blogtour celebrating and promoting the launch of Rosie Green’s latest instalment in the Little Duck Pond Café series: Snowed in at the Little Duck Pond Café.

Snowed in at the Little Duck Pond Café was such a wonderful conclusion to what has been a gorgeous four part mini series by Rosie Green.  I’ve totally fallen in love with the village of Sunnybrook in the south east of England.  A small village with a café at the heart of the community that’s nestled in along a row of buildings opposite the little duck pond café.  A duck pond that has seen many romances bloom, has also witnessed a few catastrophes and has given comfort to some lost souls.

Snowed in at the Little Duck Pond Café continues after we left our friends Ellie, Jaz and Fen at Christmas.  With preparations for the New Year Party and Fen’s regional heat in a baking competition life is rolling along nicely until a big snow storm hits the village.  As much as the joy of seeing the village blanketed in a beautiful winter whiteness it brings so much more with it.  Chaos soon begins in the three friends lives and time is of the essence if the girls are to fulfil their dreams.

This was another delightful instalment in the Little Duck Pond Café series.  We had relationship woes, family struggles, catastrophe and chaos, drama and heroic escapades.  But what delighted me the most was the whole sense of community spirit which I felt in abundance.

What a wonderful gift for someone to buy them a kindle and pre-load it with a gorgeous feel-good series like this.

About the Author

Rosie Green Author PicRosie Green has been scribbling stories ever since she was little. Back then they were rip-roaring adventure tales with a young heroine in perilous danger of falling off a cliff or being tied up by ‘the baddies’. Thankfully, Rosie has moved on somewhat, and now much prefers to write romantic comedies that melt your heart and make you smile, with really not much perilous danger involved at all, unless you count the heroine losing her heart in love.

Rosie’s brand new series of novellas is centred on life in a village café. The first two stories in the series are: Spring at The Little Duck Pond Cafe and Summer at The Little Duck Pond Café.

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The Stepsister by Jenny O’Brien blogtour #authorguestpost #giveaway

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The Stepsister written and self-published by Jenny O’Brien is available NOW in ebook format.

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When a stranger leaves step-sisters, Victoria and Ness, a half-share in a house in Holland, they think it must be a mistake.

But there’s no mistake when Ness goes missing.
Desperate for the truth, Victoria heads to Holland to find out what happened to her. Has she, as her texts show, embarked on a whirlwind romance? Has someone abducted her or even worse?

But there’s someone watching, and that person wants her dead.

Can Victoria find out the truth before it’s too late?

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I am so pleased to be involved in the blogtour celebrating and promoting the launch of Jenny O’Brien’s latest novel: The Stepsister.  I have the pleasure of a guest post from the author Jenny O’Brien on my blog today:

The Handbag’s Tale

First, thank you for inviting me to participate on your blog, I’m delighted to be here.
Like most women I rely on my handbag to get through me the day. But bags for me are not just functional things of beauty. For me they hold memories alongside my wallet and phone.

I can’t remember the last time I had to buy a bag because it’s something my children and husband usually purchase as gifts. They’re not Chanel or Gucci but, to me they’re priceless.

Kraftireader - owl bagMy first Owl Bag, yes there have been more than one, was bought on a family holiday to Lanzarote a few years ago. I still have it but more for sentimental reasons than anything. This one is a recent addition. Bought this year in Biarritz it still has that gritty feeling from too many days baking on the hot sand—but not only that. It holds my life in its cavernous folds.

Apart from the essentials of phone, keys and wallet I always carry round both a notebook and a Kindle. I’m one of those people that’s unable to sit still so, when I have five minutes I’m either reading or writing. I also carry round a little owl make-up bag, even though I rarely wear the stuff. Instead of lipstick and the like it hides a strip of paracetamol, a couple of plasters and, unusually a needle and thread. I don’t have to use it often. In fact, the last time was a few years back at a friend’s wedding. I found myself dragged from the church to perform emergency surgery on one of the bridesmaid’s dresses that had ripped at the seam. They all know my reputation for always being prepared.

What else?
I always have a pair of surgical gloves lurking. As, a nurse I’m required to stop and offer my help in the event of an accident. So, gloves for me are a necessity. The last time I had to wear them was when I was attending to a girl in the south of France who’d split her leg on some rocks. Trying to explain to an hysterical teenager that she needed to go to hospital to get her leg stitched, when languages aren’t really your thing, is not something I’d wish on anybody.

Finally, there’s always a pack of cards, usually out of their packet and scattered to all four corners. With three teenagers we are, like the rest of the world, battling the perennial demon of technology usage. Funnily enough I seem to have given birth to a pack of card sharks. We can often be found in the middle of a game of Gin Rummy. You’ll be pleased to note I have no idea how to play poker.
Jenny x

Thank you so much Jenny, a great post and I hate to admit what I have in my bag!

About the Author

Jenny O’Brien was born in Ireland and, after a brief sojourn in Wales, now resides in Guernsey.
She’s an avid reader and book reviewer for NetGalley in addition to being a RoNA judge.
She writes for both children and adults with a new book coming out every six months or so. She’s also an avid collector of cats, broken laptops, dust and happy endings – two of which you’ll always find in her books.

In her spare time she can be found frowning at her wonky cakes and even wonkier breads. You’ll be pleased to note she won’t be entering Bake-Off.

Readers can find out more about Jenny from her blog:  https://jennyobrienwriter.wordpress.com

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Twitter: https://twitter.com/ScribblerJB

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A Christmas Date by Camilla Isley blogtour book review

 

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A Christmas Date written by Camilla Isley, publisher Pink Bloom Press, is available NOW in ebook and paperback format.

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The ebook is available for amazon kindle, kobo, apple iBooks, Nook and Google Play.  The paperback is available from amazon.

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No one wants to be single at the holidays.
Even Little Miss Grinch, Nikki, a successful and independent woman, must face her bachelorette status at the most horrible time of the year.
December is her personal version of holly-jolly hell: a merry torture made of couples kissing at every corner, forced vacation days, and an inescapable family reunion.
And when her baby sister announces she’s engaged—to Paul, the man Nikki is secretly in love with—and that he’s spending the holidays with them, Christmas starts looking bluer than ever.
Nikki can’t possibly survive an entire week trapped home as the family’s spinster. But she has no time to meet men or to try the newest dating app, she’s too busy working as a video producer for an advertising agency.
So what’s a girl to do?
Nikki has the perfect solution: to hire a fake boyfriend.
Luckily, her job gives her access to an endless catalog of gorgeous actors to choose from.
But Nikki will soon discover that keeping business and pleasure from mixing isn’t so easy, and that she might not be immune to a little mistletoe magic. Especially not when she picked out the perfect man as her Christmas date…
A fun, festive romantic comedy with lots of bad behavior and Christmas spirit. Like a creamy hot chocolate with marshmallows, you won’t want to put this deliciously hilarious novel down. Perfect for fans of Sophie Kinsella, Sally Thorne, and Jo Watson.
First Comes Love is a series of interconnected romantic novels. However, each book in the series can be read as a standalone.

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So what do you do when your annoying younger sister announces she’s got engaged to the guy you’ve been secretly in love with for years?  Well simply you hire a fake boyfriend!  A boyfriend you can invite back home to your parents at Christmas to quieten down the regular comments of “are you still single Nikki?” from well meaning relatives.

Nikki is highly successful in her professional life but her love life hasn’t had much look mainly because she’s been harbouring feelings for her good friend Paul for such a long time.  Paul that has asked your younger sister to marry him.  Nikki feels like she cannot spend another Christmas at home with the same old questions and she can’t cope with the love fest from her sister.  So, working at an Advertising Agency gives Nikki the ideal opportunity to browse the actor books to find a perfect boyfriend.  Maybe someone to make her sister jealous or even Paul?

Nikki finds the ideal candidate; a dark, smouldering half Italian/Irish struggling actor, Diego.  Diego sounded like he was fit for the job on paper so finger’s crossed for Nikki that he plays the part.

Travelling home for Christmas with someone you’ve only known for a matter of days was the start of a whole new adventure for Nikki.  An adventure that would open her eyes and make her reassess her relationship with many.

I absolutely adored A Christmas Date.  A Christmas Date is book three in the First Comes Love series and can easily be read as a standalone.  The author Camilla Isley treats her readers to a fun, exquisitely romantic story but also a story that’s filled with festive warmth and nostalgia.  Diego is a dreamboat of a book boyfriend and Camilla Isley’s festive story will have you purring 😉 over the pages.

Gorgeous, addictive, fun and festive.

About the Author

Camilla is an engineer turned writer after she quit her job to follow her husband on an adventure abroad.  She’s a cat lover, coffee addict, and shoe hoarder. Besides writing, she loves reading—duh!—cooking, watching bad TV, and going to the movies—popcorn, please. She’s a bit of a foodie, nothing too serious. A keen traveler, Camilla knows mosquitoes play a role in the ecosystem, and she doesn’t want to starve all those frog princes out there, but she could really live without them.

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Finding Rose by Julie Ryan blogtour book review

 

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Finding Rose written and self-published by Julie Ryan is available NOW in ebook format.  The ebook is also included in the kindleunlimited scheme.

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When three sisters, Ginny, Sally and Molly are brought together at their father’s hospital bed, they are forced to confront not only the prospect of a future without him but also the secrets of the past that have kept them apart.
Their father, Eddie Matthews, drugged up on morphine, seems to be rambling but could he in fact be reliving previous lives as a Tudor monk and as a soldier on the Front in WW1. Struggling to speak he reveals that he has a secret and urges his daughters to ‘Find Rose’. Can the sisters put aside their differences to fulfil his last wish?

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I am so pleased to be involved in the blogtour celebrating and promoting the launch of Julie Ryan’s latest novel: Finding Rose.  This is my first introduction to the works of Julie Ryan and with the stunning cover and the premise of a historical mystery I was keen to learn more.

This was quite an unusual historical time slip romance as the author treated us to three different time zones in her novel: the present day, 1916 and 1532.  At first I thought the story would be a little confusing but I soon got involved with the characters from each time zone.  The book is also split into two parts, the first part delves into each of the three time zones learning about the characters and their current stories.  What I found quite interesting was that now and again we would hear little snippets or quotes of moments that had happened in one of the other time zones.  It was a little eerie and it felt like a little jigsaw piece of a puzzle being found in the most obscure places.  The second part of the book centres around unearthing a secret.  A secret that had been laid heavy on the mind of the holder for over 50 years.

The present day story was about three sisters; Ginny, Sally and Molly having to pull together to help their father during his illness.  Whilst their father was gravely ill their personal lives continued and each sister had their own little battles along the way.  This brought an extra depth to the story as we start to understand the sister’s lives more.

Back in 1916 we pick up the tragic story of Matthew who was laid in the trench at a loss with what the world had become.  All around him lay devastation and destruction and his body, heart and soul lay broken.  Matthew felt very alone and afraid.  I have to admit this was my favourite era that the author visited and I wished she had stayed a little bit longer with his story.  I’m enjoying a lot of stories centred around the two wars and I think this is why I was captivated by Matthew’s story the most.

Our third time zone was in Tudor time, 1532,  rural England when the story picks up on the life of a young monk who had had another love before his vows to God.

Each time zone was very compelling full of drama, tragedy, intrigue and romance.  Finding Rose was an imaginative historical time-slip romance full of twists and turns, tragedies, love and a mystery that spanned many, many lives.

About the Author

Julie was born and brought up in a mining village near Barnsley in South Yorkshire. She graduated with a BA (hons) in French Language and Literature from Hull University. Since then she has lived and worked as a Teacher of English as a Foreign Language in France, Greece, Poland and Thailand. She now lives in rural Gloucestershire with her husband, son and a rescue cat. She is so passionate about books that her collection is now threatening to outgrow her house, much to her husband’s annoyance, as she can’t bear to get rid of any! They have been attempting to renovate their home for the last ten years.
She is the author of the Greek Island Mystery series, Jenna’s Journey, Sophia’s Secret and Pandora’s Prophecy, each of which can be read as a standalone. Her latest book, Finding Rose, is a new departure for her as it is set against the backdrop of WW1 and has a strong link to the Tudor Court.

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A Ration Book Christmas by Jean Fullerton blogtour book review

 

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A Ration Book Christmas written by Jean Fullerton, publisher Corvus, is available NOW in ebook, paperback and audiobook format.

The paperback is available from all good book retailers including Waterstones, WHSmith and amazon.  The ebook is available for amazon kindle, kobo and iBooks.

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With Christmas approaching, the Brogan family of London’s East End are braving the horrors of the Blitz. With the men away fighting for King and Country and the ever-present dangers of the German Luftwaffe’s nightly reign of death and destruction, the family must do all they can to keep a stiff upper lip.
For Jo, the youngest of the Brogan sisters, the perils of war also offer a new-found freedom. Jo falls in love with Tommy, a man known for his dangerous reputation as much as his charm. But as the falling bombs devastate their neighbourhood and rationing begins to bite, will the Brogans manage to pull together a traditional family Christmas? And will Jo find the love and security she seeks in a time of such grave peril?

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I am so pleased to be involved in the blogtour celebrating and promoting the launch of Jean Fullerton’s latest novel: A Ration Book Christmas.  This is my first introduction to the works of Jean Fullerton and I have no idea why it’s taken me so long to pick one of her books up as I was enthralled, entertained and totally swept away by this story.  I will certainly be checking out Jean Fullerton’s back catalogue of novels.

I thoroughly enjoyed this family wartime saga set in World War Two.  The author set the scene and I could feel a sense of belonging within the storyline.  We were treated to charming, cheeky, charismatic, brave, heroic characters that were all down to earth and easily relatable.  I also loved how Jean Fullerton used dialect that suited the era and location and also fitted the characters perfectly.  There were some fabulous one liners from the cockneys from the east end of London and also great words of wisdom from the Irish family that had set up home in the capital city.

I felt the tension of the war.  Jean Fullerton didn’t brush away any of the sights that were very evident during the biggest bomb attacks during the blitz of the streets of London.  I could feel the tension during the nights of the blackouts with the dread of the sirens and then when the inevitable destruction happened the fight for survivals set my heart racing.  What was so special about this story was the community spirit with all generations and all classes mucking in and doing their bit with the war help, this warmed my heart that in dire times of need folk forgot their own problems and situations and pulled together.

This was the story of one family coming to terms with the onslaught of war with evacuations, the blitz, food rationing, separation, fear, making do.  It was also a story of life, a story of survival, a story of love overcoming many hurdles and finding a way through the many terrible days and nights of the conflict.  Jean Fullerton had taken me back to a pivotal moment in British history using fiction as a way of re-telling an horrific time for so many, we learn of how life literally carried on for everyone and routines of a different kind were made.

A Ration Book Christmas was one of the best historical wartime sagas that I’ve read. Jean Fullerton’s words totally swept me away with this story, it was engaging, tragically beautiful and filled me with warmth.

About the Author

Jean FullertonJean Fullerton is the author of eleven novels all set in East London where she was born. She is also a retired district nurse and university lecturer. She won the Harry Bowling prise in 2006 and after initially signing for two East London historical series with Orion she moved to Corvus, part of Atlantic Publishing and is half way through her WW2 East London series featuring the Brogan family.

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