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Stable Lass by Gemma Hogg (Book Review)

Stable Lass Tales from a Yorkshire Racing Yard by Gemma Hogg Being a stable lass is probably one of the hardest jobs in the country, and yet for Gemma Hogg, it is the most rewarding. She works in the beautiful Yorkshire market town of Middleham and if her colleagues are occasionally challenging, then the horses…

Inheritance by Jenny Eclair

 Inheritance Beginnings, middles and ends; Peggy, Serena, Natasha and Bel. This is the room that binds them, this is how consequences work . . . In deepest Cornwall, the mansion Kittiwake has seen many pass through its doors since it was bought by American heiress Peggy Carmichael seventy years ago. Over the decades, the keys…

Not Having It All by Jennie Ensor

Neuroscientist Bea Hudson fears she is a bad mother and that her career will be thwarted by family life. When her husband suspects Bea of having an affair with her best friend, a chain of events is triggered, leading to a crisis in Bea’s life. Bea Hudson, a neuropsychologist living in Godalming, is struggling to…

A Summer To Remember by Sue Moorcroft

A Summer To Remember by Sue Moorcroft Today I am excited to review A Summer To Remember by Sue Moorcroft. I actually won this book in a competition held by publishers Avon Books UK, so many thanks to them. Also, I’m happy to say that A Summer To Remember ebook is currently on promotion at the incredible price…