Book Review: The Highborn Housekeeper by Sarah Mallory.

This gorgeous book feels like it has been on my TBR pile forever, so please Sarah Mallory forgive me for taking so long to finally read it and get a review up. Between starting a new job and grandmas visiting from America I hadn't had much reading time. Thankfully I got to sit down and enjoy 'The Highborn Housekeeper' on my recent trip to Italy. I don't think Nancy and Gabriel would have complained though - look at the view!

Mangia: Spinach and Mascarpone Tagliatelle..

We have our favourite go to dishes; the ones we've seen Nanna and Grandad do a million times, where we can select that video from our brains and get to work in the kitchen. However, we often like to change it up and experiment too, just to make something different, or just to see if an idea will work. We get that from our Grandad, who regularly told us to add an ingredient because, and we quote, "Why not?"

Book Review: Wishes Under a Starlit Sky by Lucy Knott.

Can you believe I'm back with yet another review for one of Lucy's books, which makes two in one year? Can you believe that 'Wishes Under a Starlit Sky' is her third book?? Well in all honesty, I can believe it, because she's been working her butt off, but at the same time it all sometimes feels so surreal that I can't believe it! I look at my wall everyday with my picture of her three covers on and I get a surge of inspiration. She is amazing and this book is amazing!