One In A Million – Lindsey Kelk

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I am going to say at the start of this that I often find Lindsey Kelk books to be a bit like Marmite – I either love them ( The Single Girls To Do List) or find them to be a bit ‘blah’ ( About A Girl springs to mind), but I really like Lindsey Kelk – I follow her on social media and I love how warm and bubbly she comes across and how she shows ‘real life’ , so as I like Lindsey whenever she brings out a new book I can’t help but want to read it.

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Betsy and Lilibet by Sophie Duffy

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“London, 1926. Two baby girls are born just hours and miles apart. One you know as the Queen of England, but what of the other girl- the daughter of an undertaker named in her honour?”

First things first, I don’t think this is my normal kind of book as I am much more in the YA Fantasy camp (think Cassandra Clare and Sarah J Maas) but there was something about this book when I saw it on NetGalley that appealed to me. And I think that something was the idea of a parallel life with the Queen.Read More »

The Little Book Café: Tash’s Story – Georgia Hill

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I adored this book! It starts off as seemingly sweet and charming but there is a darker undercurrent running through it.
The story is set in the charming town of Berescombe which sounds like heaven and I would love to move there – so maybe as our main character is the local estate agent she can sort me out with a deal 🙂

 

The main protagonist of the story is Tash, and it is mainly about her seemingly perfect relationship with ‘Mr Right’ Adrian. However, it quickly becomes apparent that while she seems to have the ideal life that many of us dream of ( Fancy Car, Lush house and Perfect Partner) that appearances are deceiving and all is not as it seems.

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