Posts Categorized: Historical


Blog Tour: The Second Marriage by Gill Paul

Blog Tour: The Second Marriage by Gill Paul

September 19, 2020 Blog Tour, Book review 2 ★★★★

I’m delighted to join this blog tour for The Second Marriage today. Any time I’ve read a book by Gill Paul I’ve been swept away by her captivating characters and diligent research. Thanks to Random Things Tours for inviting me to join this tour. My thoughts on The Second Marriage… Read more »

Blog Tour: A Class Forsaken by Susie Murphy

Blog Tour: A Class Forsaken by Susie Murphy

August 25, 2020 Book review 2 ★★★★½

I’m excited to be joining the blog tour for A Class Forsaken by Susie Murphy, as it’s book 3 in an immersive historical fiction series that I’m thoroughly enjoying. As it’s book 3, there may be spoilers ahead for A Class Apart and A Class Entwined. And good news…there is… Read more »

Book Review : The Sun Sister by Lucinda Riley

Book Review : The Sun Sister by Lucinda Riley

January 2, 2020 Book review 3 ★★★★★

I was really excited about this book, as every sister’s story adds another level of depth to the overall plot of this series. And the formation of this family remains as elusive as ever, as does the true story of their adopted father. I CAN’T WAIT for the final instalment…. Read more »

Blog Tour: Meet Me in Monaco

Blog Tour: Meet Me in Monaco

September 14, 2019 Blog Tour, Book review 3 ★★★★½

There were two reasons I had to get my hands on Meet Me In Monaco ASAP Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb wrote one of my all time favourite books Last Christmas in Paris Grace Kelly! Enough said. I’ve beyond grateful that Harper Collins Ireland invited me to join the blog… Read more »

Blog Tour: The Blue Bench by Paul Marriner

Blog Tour: The Blue Bench by Paul Marriner

May 22, 2019 Blog Tour, Book review 4 ★★★★

The Blue Bench by Paul Marriner is no lighthearted, fun read. What it is instead is a beautifully written book depicting the long-lasting horrors of war. Long after the last shot is fired, the damage blasts on and on through the lives of the soldiers and their families. Thanks to Random… Read more »