Disclosure: I downloaded a copy of this book for free on NetGalley in return for writing an honest review on my blog.
When I first read what the book was about I definitely thought it had a spooky feel to it – the basis of the story being centred around the night of Halloween when an entire group of villagers went missing. What happened, why did they all disappear?
Disclaimer: I was given a copy of this eBook in return for an honest review as part of the blog tour for this book.
A chance phone call to the wrong number by a guy on a bridge set off a chain of events one night. Just what will Georgia, the charity shop manager who answered the phone, do when she finds out who the caller was who is in desperate need of help?
Disclaimer: I was given an eBook ARC copy of this book in return for writing an honest review as part of the blog tour for this book (including an author interview).
A proposal, a break up and a visit to the village she grew up in, returning to a place and people that she was once so close to, that’s where the story starts for Faith. This is a lovely story of two people being brought back into each others lives after being torn apart by circumstance many years earlier, can they really find their way back to one another now though after spending so long apart?
This is the first time I’ve joined in with a reading prompt from the Blogger Book Nook, the first month I joined I think it was towards the latter end of the month so no time to read a new book and then last month the book I would have picked was one I’d already read and not a new read but this month I had a couple of books on my to read list that would easily fit in with this prompt so I decided to get reading and join in. Plus it’s the perfect time of year for this sort of read too.
A Christmassy book review for another Blogmas post, because it’s an eBook I don’t have a paper/hardback copy of the book to take a photo of so I decided to include one of my photos of St Ives here instead.