Thursday Book Review: Take a Chance on Me

We’re still feeling the Valentine’s Day spirit here, so this week’s featured book is a steamy romance from Choc Lit. Take a Chance on Me by Debbie Flint follows businesswoman and single mother Sadie as she works on a deal of a lifetime. When billionaire Mac enters the picture, he shakes up her carefully laid plans. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this book!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: Take a Chance on Me”

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Thursday Book Review: “Purged”

Purged, the first book in Peter Laws’s Matt Hunter series, has received some amazing reviews! This Allison & Busby title is a chilling, captivating murder mystery – not for the faint of heart. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this book.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Purged””

Thursday Book Review: “What Regency Women Did For Us”

In What Regency Women Did ForUs, a fascinating book from Pen & Sword, author Rachel Knowles tells the inspiring stories of several remarkable Regency ladies who helped change the world they lived in and whose legacy is still evident today. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this book!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “What Regency Women Did For Us””

Thursday Book Review: Doctor January

Happy Thursday! Today’s featured book is Doctor January by Rhoda Baxter. January seemed like the perfect time to feature this book, for obvious reasons. This sweet Choc Lit romance features a heroine working in a science field, and it’s received some awesome reviews! Keep reading to see what reviewers have said about this book.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: Doctor January”

Thursday Book Review: “Softness of the Lime”

We found the perfect book to curl up with this weekend. Softness of the Lime by Maxine Case, a new release from Penguin Random House South Africa, tells the story of Dutch slave owner, Geert, and his slave, Lena, set in the 1700s in the Cape Colony. This poignant, moving, important tale is perfect for readers who want to understand more about South Africa’s fraught history. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this book.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Softness of the Lime””

Thursday Book Review: “Falling Creatures”

This week’s featured book is a fantastic new release from Allison & Busby – Falling Creatures by Katherine Stansfield! This title has received rave reviews, and I’m excited to share a few with you. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this supernatural mystery.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Falling Creatures””

Thursday Book Review: “Daughters of India”

Daughters of India by Jill McGivering is a wonderful new historical fiction title from Allison & Busby Books. This poignant tale looks at colonialism in India before and during World War II from the perspective of two women from very different backgrounds. Keep reading to see what reviewers think about this book!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Daughters of India””

Thursday Book Review: “Frost Fair”

This week’s featured book is a mystery set during Christmastime in 1669 London. In Frost Fair, the fourth title in Edward Marston’s Christopher Redmayne series from Allison & Busby, Redmayne’s brother is accused of murder when a corpse is found in the ice at the Frost Fair on the Thames. Find out what readers think of this gripping winter mystery!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Frost Fair””

Thursday Book Review: “A Cotswold Killing”

There’s nothing like curling up with a mystery book on a chilly winter night! A Cotswold Killing, from Allison & Busby Books, is the first title in Rebecca Tope’s Cotswold Mysteries series.  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “A Cotswold Killing””

Thursday Book Review: “Shark Bytes”

This week’s featured book, Shark Bytes from Fernhurst Books, is a riveting collection of diving stories from veteran diver John Bantin. Accompanied by beautiful underwater photographs, this book is the perfect holiday gift for any lover of sharks and/or diving. Keep reading to see what reviewers think of this book!  Continue reading “Thursday Book Review: “Shark Bytes””