Book Review: The Cottage in a Cornish Cove by Cass Grafton.

I'm suffering from book hangover. I finished 'The Cottage in a Cornish Cove,' on Sarturday, after spending the majority of my day reading it, and I miss the characters so much. You know when you've just finished a book and it was so good that you spend the rest of the day walking round with a lovey dovey smile on your face and you keep going to pick up your kindle thinking that you're still in the middle of reading, because your brain is still in the story and you feel warm and fuzzy inside? Yeah? Well that's what I was like on Saturday, thank you Cass Grafton!!! 

Book Review: With the Fire on High by Elizabeth Acevedo.

I bought this book a few months ago from Waterstones for two reasons. 1. It was about food and 2. The cover is absolutely stunning. If you were going to go against bookworm rule number 1; Don't judge a book by it's cover and completely judge 'With the Fire on High' by it's cover, then it would be your lucky day, because the beautiful cover matches the beautiful writing and story within. 

Book Review: 'A Family by Christmas.' by Viv Royce

Don't you just love that time of year when all the festive reads start popping up everywhere? I adore seeing all the Christmas covers come out and getting in the festive spirit.
'A Family by Christmas' is officially my first Christmas read of the year and so I'm excited to tell you about it.