A Cornish Inheritance by Terri Nixon

A Cornish Inheritance Terri Nixon 1920, Bristol: Welcome to Fox Bay Hotel Helen Fox is happily married to the love of her life: bon viveur and former playboy Harry.  With their three children, glamorous lifestyle and extravagant parties, they have the perfect life. But after a tragic motorcycle accident, nothing will ever be the same .... Continue Reading →

The Last Village by Audla English

The Last Village by Audla English Today I am so pleased to take part in the blog tour for The Last Village by Audla English. About The Book The majestic Souter Lighthouse stands proudly at the edge of the clifftop surrounded by open grassy empty fields and overlooking a vast blue wilderness. Anna Charles knows nothing... Continue Reading →

The Rector’s Daughter by Jean Fullerton

The Rector’s Daughter by Jean Fullerton Today I am so pleased to join the tour for The Rector's Daughter by Jean Fullerton. Thank you to Rachel's Random Resources, the author and publisher for a copy of the book, which I have reviewed honestly. Charlotte, daughter of Reverend Percival Hatton, has been content to follow the path laid... Continue Reading →

Inheritance by Jenny Eclair (Book Review)

 Inheritance by Jenny Eclair Beginnings, middles and ends; Peggy, Serena, Natasha and Bel. This is the room that binds them, this is how consequences work . . . In deepest Cornwall, the mansion Kittiwake has seen many pass through its doors since it was bought by American heiress Peggy Carmichael seventy years ago. Over the... Continue Reading →

A Respectable Woman by Susanna Bavin @SusannaBavin

A Respectable Woman by Susanna Bavin ‘The focus on historical and emotional authenticity will leave readers heartily satisfied’ Publishers Weekly After losing everything she holds dear in the Great War, Nell believes that marrying Stan Hibbert will help to recapture the loving family feeling she has lost. Five years on, she is just another penny-pinching, back-street... Continue Reading →

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