Historical Must Reads.

Since venturing into the book reviewing world, it's almost impossible to express just how many amazing people we have met... almost...the authors we chat to across social media are simply some of the most lovely people in the world. They're kindness, trust, support and guidance over the last few years has shown no bounds and for it we are eternally grateful.

Products from Italy.


We love Italian TV for many reasons, one being that you can guarantee, without a shadow of a doubt, that the majority of their adverts will be about food. Who doesn't enjoy watching elegant women in red dresses dancing with packets of Spaghetti, or seeing three different types of mouthwatering Kinder treats being so lovingly eaten by cute TV families, in between watching their favourite show? Just the thought of these adverts is making us want to jump on a plane to Italy right now. No one does food like the Italians. We really need a TV show where we travel the regions of Italy eating!!! Someone...anyone...can you please make this happen?? ;)

Book Review: Christmas at Butterfly Cove by Sarah Bennett


Release Date: 6th October 2017
Publisher: HQ Digital
Twitter: @sarahlou_writes

All aboard the mini bus heading to Butterfly Cove this Christmas. Who's with me?? The answer will be all of you, once you've read this enchanting book by Sarah Bennett. This is the last book in her charming Butterfly Cove series and what a brilliant series it's been! 

Book Review: Besieged and Betrothed by Jenni Fletcher.

Release Date: 30th November 2017
Publisher: Mills and Boon
Twitter: @JenniAuthor

When Jenni Fletcher got in touch with me about reviewing her new book 'Besieged an Betrothed,' there was no doubt in my mind that I wanted to read it. She mentioned that this story was Medieval and whilst I hadn't ventured into that time period just yet, I couldn't resist taking a chance on it and guess what?? I am so so SO glad I did!! 

Home Sweet Home: Life Update!

Hey Guys,

We hope you are all doing well. It's been another hot minute since our last post and we felt like we needed to sit down and write a life update. You may have noticed a change to our routine lately. This is because quite a lot has changed for us in recent months. Here's what's been happening...

Book Review: Snowflakes, Iced Cakes and Second Chances by Sue Watson.

Release Date: 9th October 2017
Publisher: Bookouture
Twitter: @suewatsonwriter

Us bookworms are so spoilt, especially at Christmas time. There are so many pretty little books, sparkling at us from the bookshelves, just asking to be picked up and devoured, alongside a glass of mulled wine and a mince pie. We are incredibly lucky that there are stockings full of talented men and women out there who send our imaginations to worlds better than our wildest dreams and keep our brains from turning into soggy Christmas pudding! 

Book Review: Chasing Christmas Eve by Jill Shalvis.

Release date: 26th September 2017
Publisher: Headline Eternal
Twitter: @JillShalvis

Whenever I'm in the mood to disappear in a sexy, romantic and heartwarming story, I know I can turn to Jill Shalvis. Her books have the ability to make me shut everything out and get lost in a cloud of humor, heart and naughtiness.

Book Review: Till Death Do Us Part by Eliza Daly.

Release Date: 16th October 2017
Publisher: Crimson Romance
Twitter: @ElizasBooks

As is becoming the norm, every time I log into Netgalley to share a book review, I always end up downloading more books, no matter how big my TBR pile is. What can I say? There is always one that catches my eye. Case in point, this book by Eliza Daly. I have raved about Eliza's 'The Travel Mishaps of Caity Shaw' series on numerous occasions, of which she writes under the name Eliza Watson. As Eliza Daly she writes for Crimson Romance and her books are a little more sexy and romantic. 

Book Review: Christmas at Mistletoe Cove by Holly Martin

Release Date: 22nd September 2017
Publisher: Bookouture
Twitter: @HollyMAuthor

It just wouldn't be Christmas without a wonderfully festive, romantic read from Holly Martin. We know we've said this before, but it's true, so we feel like it's only fair to say it again. Holly is brilliant at bringing cozy, quaint, magical villages to life at Christmas time, so much so, that you will wish you could visit them, or even live there yourself, in wintry wonderland bliss.  

Mama O's Pumpkin Bread

Living in America for the past few years, we've become accustomed to the fact that Holidays are a HUGE deal. Yes, they may celebrate the same things as we do in the U.K but somehow they just do it bigger. So, when they say Autumn is the season of Pumpkin Spice everything, they ain't lying y'all!!

Book Review: Return of Scandal's Son by Janice Preston.

Release Date: 24th September 2015
Publisher: Mills and Boon
Twitter: @JaniceGPreston @millsandboon

Whisk me away to a far away place, where i'm surrounded by Tea, Coffee, Cake and a huge pile of Janice Preston's books and I will be a very happy lady. I've read quite a few of her books now and each one has made me fall further and further in love with historical romance. I could possibly go as far as to say, it's my favourite book genre!! 

Book Review: The Other Life Of Charlotte Evans by Louisa George.

Release Date: 9th September 2017
Publisher: HQ Digital
Twitter: @Louisa_George

I've only read two of Louisa George's books, but I've come to expect that they will always surprise me and make me think. She doesn't write straight forward love stories with rainbows and sprinkles,  she writes heart wrenching, emotional stories that are real and raw. 'The Other Life Of Charlotte Evans' is a beautifully written story. Thank you Louisa for sending me a copy. 

Loving the sound..,

When we were in our teens, music played a huge part in our lives. We bought singles and albums like there was no tomorrow and played them non stop. We followed our favourite bands on every TV show, in every magazine and used our precious internet time to copy and paste pictures to make files and band scrapbooks.