The Little Book Café: Amy’s Story by Georgia Hill

Amy’s Story is the final instalment of The Little Book Cafe series so wrap up warm this Autumn and treasure this wonderful book.

Amy, the manager of The Little Book Café, is a hopeless romantic who had her heart broken, but quietly refuses to give up on love.

With her friends Tash and Emma, not to mention their shared love of books and delicious cake from the café next door, Amy might just find the courage to fall for a real life romance this time…

MOMOBOOKDIARY REVIEW

I really enjoy my visits to The Little Book Cafe.  This is the third book in The Little Book Cafe series and tells Amy’s story.

Georgia Hill has written many many wonderful books.  She is able to create a world that I would happily live in. Wonderful characters, beautiful animals, fun neighbours and love around every corner…. what more could you want?  I would highly recommend this author who writes sweet reads.

Thank you to NetGalley, Harper Impulse and Georgia Hill for the opportunity to read and review this novel.

BOOK DETAILS

  • TITLE: The Little Book Café: Amy’s Story
  • AUTHOR: Georgia Hill
  • SERIES: The Little Book Café #3
  • PUBLISHER: Harper Impulse
  • PUBLICATION DATE: 19 October 2018
  • ISBN: 9780008281281
  • FORMAT: ebook
  • LENGTH: 136 pages

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Georgia Hill can be found on Facebook, Twitter, Goodreads,  and her own website.

 

 

 

 

 

The Windmill Café: Christmas Trees by Poppy Blake

Christmas Trees (Book 3)

As Rosie Barnes takes her latest batch of warm St Clement’s mince pies from the oven, even December’s wintery weather can’t dampen her spirits. With friends Grace and Josh getting married on Christmas Eve, and her beloved Windmill Café hosting its inaugural Christmas Tree Carousel competition the night before, there’s so much to look forward to.

But when Theo, one of the stag party, has a nasty accident during a bike race through the woods, the mood turns chilly. With someone potentially targeting wedding guests, Grace begs Rosie to team up again with outward bound instructor Matt, to try and solve the mystery and save her wedding.

With Rosie’s tree competition and Grace’s marriage at stake, they need to act fast. Can they find the culprit before Willerby’s winter wonderland turns into a festive fiasco?

MOMOBOOKDIARY REVIEW

This is the third book of Poppy Blake’s ‘The Windmill Café‘ series which I was not aware of before I started reading however this wasn’t a problem as the lovely tale was easy to follow as a stand-alone short story.

It is a lovely Christmas story with all the friendship, romance, mystery and suspense which goes into making the perfect family Christmas romance.  I enjoyed the fast pace of this book which is expertly penned and will be recommending to fellow readers.

Thank you to NetGalley, Harper Impulse and Killer Reads and Poppy Blake for the opportunity to read and review this novel.

BOOK DETAILS

  • TITLE: The Windmill Café: Christmas Trees
  • AUTHOR: Poppy Blake
  • SERIES: The Windmill Café (book 3)
  • PUBLISHER: Harper Impulse and Killer Reads
  • PUBLICATION DATE: 14 September 2018
  • ISBN: 9780008285142
  • FORMAT: ebook

 

The Windmill Café series has been published as three individual short stories

Summer Breeze 🏖️🌞

Autumn Leaves🍁🎃

Christmas Trees 🎄❄️

 

 

*There appears to be a fourth book ‘The Windmill Café’ which will include all three short stories in one book however there are no publication dates available at this time.

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Christmas at Borteen Bay by Morton S. Gray

Christmas has a way of bringing family secrets to the surface …

Christmas is a bittersweet time for Pippa Freeman. There are good memories, of course – but some painful ones too. Then her mother is implicated in a mysterious occurrence in their home town of Borteen, and Pippa wonders if she’ll ever experience a happy Christmas again – especially when a family secret is revealed.

But when police officer and old school friend Ethan Gibson offers his support, Pippa begins to realise that even though her life has been turned upside down, a happy and hopeful Christmas isn’t impossible …

MOMOBOOKDIARY REVIEW

Morton S. Gray is a new author to me.  I was very impressed with her writing and this is a cracking story to get you into the festive mood.

Set in a lovely seaside town with a gorgeous beachfront where everyone knows everyone else and you know that even when things appear to be so so bad, there will always be friends around to help and keep you going!  I want to visit Borteen Bay!

Who doesn’t love a little romantic suspense set around Christmas. I would recommend this to anyone who loves a Christmas romance.

Thank you to NetGalley, Choc Lit and Morton S. Gray for the opportunity to read and review this novel prior to publication.

BOOK DETAILS

  • TITLE: Christmas at Borteen Bay
  • AUTHOR: Morton S. Gray
  • PUBLISHER: Choc Lit
  • PUBLICATION DATE: 13 November 2018
  • ISBN: 9781781894354
  • FORMAT: ebook
  • LENGTH: 171 pages

 

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You can interact with Morton S. Gray on her websiteTwitter and Facebook