Book Review: Mistletoe at the Manor by Teresa F. Morgan

Publisher: Sapere BooksFormat: DigitalRelease Date: November 24th, 2021 Rating: 2/5 Stars Single mum Beth moves her ‘boutique’ business into a converted stable on the Trenouth Estate. Tristan – the owner of the estate – does nothing but make her angry whenever their paths meet. But of course, this is a Christmas festive romance, so weContinue reading “Book Review: Mistletoe at the Manor by Teresa F. Morgan”

Book Review: Christmas at Honeyford by Tanya Jean Russell

Publisher: Sapere BooksFormat: DigitalRelease Date: November 24th, 2021 Rating: 4/5 Stars This was a really adorable, cosy Christmas romance – artist and TV celebrity Sam needs to escape after a very public breakup. He heads to a small village, convinced the locals will fawn over him, and assumes that is exactly what local baker TessContinue reading “Book Review: Christmas at Honeyford by Tanya Jean Russell”

Book Review: Christmas with Hamish by Sophie Penhaligon

Format: DigitalRelease Date: October 27th, 2021 Rating: 3/5 Stars This one was okay, sitting firmly in ‘middling’ for books for me. It’s another of my 2021 festive reads, and I picked this up almost immediately after Humbug (which I loved), which was always going to be a tough act to follow! Verity’s sister is aContinue reading “Book Review: Christmas with Hamish by Sophie Penhaligon”

Book Review: Humbug by Amanda Radley

Publisher: Bold Strokes BooksFormat: DigitalRelease Date: December 8th, 2021 Rating: 5/5 Stars I loved this book, and it’s probably my favourite of my 2021 festive reads. And not just because the main character shares my name! In all fairness, the publisher Bold Stroke Books are putting out some excellent work, and as much as aContinue reading “Book Review: Humbug by Amanda Radley”

Book Review: The Truth About Elves by Ekta R. Garg

Publisher: Atmosphere PressFormat: DigitalRelease Date: October 19th, 2021 Rating: 2/5 Stars Curtis spends most of his time in Las Vegas, focusing on his life and job and avoiding his past. But for three months of the year, he travels to the Arctic Circle, where he works as one of Santa’s elves. I thought this bookContinue reading “Book Review: The Truth About Elves by Ekta R. Garg”

Merry Christmas!

Well, it’s Christmas Day. When this gets posted, anyway, as I’m writing it the afternoon before, regretting leaving my wrapping until this morning as I also wanted to bake something and, well, it just took up my whole morning and a chunk of my afternoon. Must try and be more organised next year (as IContinue reading “Merry Christmas!”

Blogmas Day 21: My Favourite Christmas Trope

Over the last year, I have been reading more Romance than I have previously. It was a genre I very much liked when I was younger, but it’s not one I had a proper chance to return to until this year. I’m loving the variety of different Romance books I’ve been reading, and absolutely loveContinue reading “Blogmas Day 21: My Favourite Christmas Trope”

Blogmas Day Nineteen: Christmas Albums

I was thinking yesterday, as I shifted from one type of Christmas song to the next, how the wonderful thing about Christmas music is it can come in all sorts of different genres. There’s a lot of variety out there, so even if someone doesn’t like – or is fed up of – the usualContinue reading “Blogmas Day Nineteen: Christmas Albums”

Blogmas Day Eighteen: End of Year Book Tag

I did this Book Tag originally back in 2019, and thought I’d revisit it this year as part of my Blogmas posts. The tag was from Jenniely, who provided the inspiration for my 2019 Blogmas posts. 1. Are there any books you started this year you need to finish? I’m reading a few different booksContinue reading “Blogmas Day Eighteen: End of Year Book Tag”

Blogmas Day Seventeen: Revisiting 2020

Why in all hell would I want to revisit that awful year??? Well, here’s the thing, back in 2019, I managed to get some Blogmas posts up during December. And as I was pondering what to do for my next post, I decided to look through the old ones and see if there was anyContinue reading “Blogmas Day Seventeen: Revisiting 2020”