Stacking the shelves

I’m very surprised that I managed to stop myself from buying any more books, I was very tempted on more than one occasion. However, there have been plenty going’s on this month.

Books for review

Not too many reviews this month but as ever you can click the cover to see the review.

rome

Can a holiday romance ever have a happy ending? Escape with Kate to the sun-drenched city of Rome where a love affair is just about to begin …

When Kate’s husband Matt dumps her on Friday 13th she decides enough is enough – it’s time for her to have some fun and so she hops on a plane to Rome. A week of grappa and gelato in pavement cafes under azure blue skies will be just what the doctor ordered.

What she doesn’t count on is meeting and falling for sexy policeman Alessandro. But the course of true love doesn’t run smoothly – Alessandro has five meddling sisters, a fearsome mama and a beautiful ex Orazia. They’re all certain that Kate is not the girl for him.

Can Kate and Alessandro’s love last the distance? Or will she return home with the one souvenir she doesn’t want – a broken heart …


kicking the bucket

Meet the daughters of Iris Parker. Dee; sensitive and big-hearted; Rose uptight and controlled and Fleur the reckless free spirit.

At the reading of their mother’s will, the three estranged women are aghast to discover that their inheritance comes with strings attached. If they are to inherit her wealth, they must spend a series of weekends together over the course of a year and carry out their mother’s ‘bucket list’.

But one year doesn’t seem like nearly enough time for them to move past the decades-old layers of squabbles and misunderstandings. Can they grow up for once and see that Iris’ bucket list was about so much more than money…


Those Who Lie

Emily Klein doesn’t know she has killed her husband until the day of his funeral.

At first, signs point to a tragic accident. Yet, as Emily pieces together the events before his death – events which led to her own memory loss – she begins to suspect that her husband’s death may have been the result of more than a terrible twist of fate…

But the accident is only the beginning. Because while Emily’s physical scars will heal, the trauma of the accident has awakened old ghosts. She hears strange sounds, catches things that can’t possibly be there in the corner of her eye. Before long, everywhere she looks, she seems to see her husband.

And suddenly, Emily finds herself asking the most dangerous question of all.

Can she really trust herself?


I’ve had some great content from authors as well…

A guest post from Richard Davis on turning an idea into a story

A guest post from M J Lee about family secrets

A guest post from Diane Jeffrey on the research for her book

An author spotlight on Rachel Amphlett

An extract from Vengeance


Writing wise I’ve been continuing with the writespiration challenge, a round up of another author confession and introduced a little bit of my first WIP and its progress so far…

#authorconfession

What am I?

Years of Ammunition

It’s the little things

Caustic destruction

Not Even The Trees


Coming up…

Well in case you didn’t catch this post I’m doing the A to Z challenge so prepare to be inundated with flash fiction. Also I’m currently reading…

teach          sometimes I lie            MBD cover

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Stacking the shelves was created by Tynga’s Reviews and is a fun way to share the books that you are adding to your bookshelves whether physical or virtual.

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9 thoughts on “Stacking the shelves

  1. I just bought Rome is where the Heart Is it looks fab and I’m also currently reading My Beautiful Disaster which I am devouring! I also just bought Sometimes I Lie for my Husband as I’ve read so many good things about it and he loves this genre, I think he will really enjoy it, at the snails pace he reads at least! 😂

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  2. Rome Is Where the Heart is sounds like something I would really enjoy. Those Who Lie also sounds right up my alley. I hope you enjoy your books! Have a great week!

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