On a hike deep in the Rocky Mountains, Kai Monahan watches as a dozen dragons—actual freaking dragons—battle beneath a fat white moon. When one crashes nearly dead at her feet and transforms into a man, Kai does the only thing a decent person could: she grabs the nearest sword and saves his life.
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Welcome to my stop on the Just Like Rebecca blog tour which has been organised by Brook Cottage Books. I’m very pleased to be taking part and hope you enjoy your time here. Do also make sure you enter the giveaway at the end of the post!
Phoebe’s new role at work is keeping her busier than ever. Just as she’s finding her feet, however, new boss, Dixon, lands a bombshell: Hendry’s toy store is in dire financial straits and it’s up to him and Phoebe to save it. This isn’t exactly what she signed up for and she’s going to need all the help she can get. So it’s a pity that the only help she has comes in the form of Midnight, her purple-haired colleague who wouldn’t know an employee rule-book if it slapped her in the face…
Continue reading Blog Tour: Review: Just Like Rebecca by Tilly Tennant
‘Tilly Tennant has obvious talent for turning the every day into a fairy tale… a sweet touch and light humour‘ BestChickLit.com
If you’re new to the town of Millrise, then come and meet the residents. But if you fell in love with Phoebe and Jack last Christmas in Mishaps and Mistletoe, then you’ve just been invited to the best reunion ever…
Continue reading Blog Tour: Review: Little Acts of Love by Tilly Tennant
Welcome to my stop on the Under My Skin blog tour, I’m so pleased you’ve stopped by to find out a little more about this wonderful book.
What if we’re all monsters, on the inside?
Chloe was once a normal girl. Until the night of the car crash that nearly claimed her life. Now Chloe’s mother is dead, her father is a shell of the man he used to be and the secrets that had so carefully kept their family together are falling apart.
Continue reading Blog Tour: Review: Under My Skin by Zoë Markham
Thank you for stopping by on this very special blog tour for Return to Bluebell Hill. This tour is special because this book is not just a debut novel, but one by Rebecca Pugh, a fellow blogger. It’s always good to see someone who has talked of their dreams publically achieve them and the blogging community has leapt onto this in full support! Congratulations Becca!
As sweet and satisfying as strawberries and cream!
This British summertime, get out in the garden with Rebecca Pugh’s sparkling debut novel.
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Welcome to the latest stop on The Lost Child release blog tour. I’m so pleased to be hosting today and hope that you all enjoy my review. Do head on over to Amazon afterwards and buy your copy, it is a phenomenal read!
Mandy Miller disappeared from Hallow’s End when she was just 3 years old. She was never found.
Continue reading Blog Tour: Review: The Lost Child by Ann Troup
Sending postcards is an expected part of travelling. So you collect addresses and make promises, and leave. But writing postcards is tricky: what do you write? How do you fill that space? Oh whoops, now the space is too small. Is it ok to write about the weather??
Continue reading Review: The Art of Postcard Writing by Leticia Supple