I have so much on these next couple of weeks that I’ve cut back on my reading a little bit. I’ve just been on a weekender to Newcastle for my best friends hen party and the wedding is only 6 weeks away therefore I’ve had to calm it down on the reviews for a few weeks. In saying this, here is 3 books that I will be reading this February for review in March. The blurbs are courtesy of Amazon and the books can be pre-ordered there as well.
Keep The Ends Loose by Molly Campbell
Miranda Heath is a quirky fifteen-year-old with cinematic dreams and a safe, predictable family. That is until she decides to pull at the loose end that is the estranged husband her aunt never divorced. What seemed like the best way to allow her aunt to get on with her life sets off a series of events that threaten to turn Mandy’s world upside down. Suddenly, she’s embarking on adventurous road trips, becoming the center of an increasingly unstable household, meeting surprising strangers, and seeing everyone she knows in new ways. Sometimes loose ends just want to stay loose. But what happens if they want to unravel completely? Warm, funny, and uniquely perceptive, “Keep the Ends Loose” is an irresistible novel filled with characters you might recognize – and will not forget.
Publication date 3/3/15
The A to Z of You and Me by James Hannah
Ivo fell for her.
He fell for a girl he can’t get back.
Now he’s hoping for something.
While he waits he plays a game:
He chooses a body part and tells us its link to the past he threw away.
He tells us the story of how she found him, and how he lost her.
But he doesn’t have long.
And he still has one thing left to do …
Publication Date – 12/3/15
The Dish by Stella Newman
Love is on the menu. With a side order of lies.
When Laura Parker first crosses forks with Adam Bayley, she’s only after one thing: his custard doughnut. But when she takes a closer look she sees a talented, handsome man who outshines the string of jokers she’s been dating.
There’s just one problem. Adam’s job means Laura has to keep her job as restaurant critic for The Dish, a secret. Tricky for someone who prides herself on honesty.
Can the truth be put on ice long enough for love to flourish and how can you expect your boyfriend to be honest if you’re not quite telling the truth yourself. Chick lit at its best.