Release Blitz: The Best Medicine (Dilbury Village #3) by Charlotte Fallowfield

  Release Blitz: The Best Medicine by Charlotte Fallowfield Feb 28th     “The story is amazing and the characters are wonderful and hilarious.” The Next Great Read.A laugh-out-loud novel from Charlotte Fallowfield, whose books have hit the Amazon #1 bestseller charts internationally for Contemporary Romance, Romantic Comedy, and Humour. Release date 28th February 2018. Despite…

Review: As Long As There Is Chocolate by Tana Lovett

Synopsis:  Every day’s a good one, as long as there is chocolate. Sick of heartbreak, Kate decides to devote her life to making fine chocolates and forget about relationships altogether. But when she opens a gourmet chocolate shop across the street from a deli—run by a handsome Italian she dubs ‘Fabio the Sandwich Boy’—she discovers…

Review – The Prick by D.C. Wales

Synopsis: Jason Hunter’s dwindling bank account is a daily reminder that Jason never should have left his job at a prestigious law firm to start his own practice, a solo shop located in uncomfortable proximity to a strip club. Hope arrives in the form of Maggie Moxley, a legal assistant who tearfully claims that Robert Spelkin…

Review – Blood Science by Shelley Williams

Synopsis:  Hector Oltroy is weird. That’s all anyone knows about him. The only person he feels remotely similar to is his pop, and he’s even weirder. But when Hector finds something strange in Pop’s backyard, Hector has to uncover just what Pop is involved in. It’s definitely something mysterious, and Hector digs to uncover the…

Book Blitz: Rise of Memphis Volume One by Kitty Kendall

Book Blitz: Rise of Memphis Volume One by Kitty Kendall Feb 2nd – Feb 9th         Meet Jane Nichols – smart, savvy and single. Her management job in a beach side hotel leaves her no time for love, let alone romance. So one crazy New Year’s Eve she takes matters into her own…

Review – Sugar & Other Luxuries by Everly Scott

Synopsis: Katherine,  a recovering perfectionist,  hasn’t been on a date in five years, finding love (especially at the gym) is harder than she thought. Faced with beginning her twenty-sixth year of life insecure and living in the home of Hollywood where men and women either ignore or insult her curvy existence, Katherine decides to go outside…

Review – Everyone versus Everyone by Arthur Jay

Synopsis: In Arthur Jay’s latest adventure, public hysteria has reached epic proportions over the class action lawsuit of Everyone versus Everyone. Fed up with the status quo, everyone is suing everyone for the state of religion, politics, the arts, the environment and the American Dream. Sixteen trillion dollars hang in the balance as corporations, politicians, and…

Review – Being Shirley by Michelle Vernal

Synopsis: “Who’s Shirley Valentine?” Shirley Valentine was Roz’s favourite film. It was about a repressed, middle-aged housewife from Liverpool who spends her days talking to her kitchen wall. When she leaves her husband for an impromptu holiday to the Greek Islands with a friend, she rediscovers her lust for life and decides to stay. Annie Rivers…

Review-Call Me Pomery by James Hanna

  Synopsis: Pomeroy, a towering street musician on parole, is out of the clink for the upteenth time and wants to become another Bob Dylan. With fame and fortune in mind, he heads to Occupy Oakland, hoping to get on television, attract an agent, and score a million dollar contract for Ants in My Pants, his…