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Amazon First Reads April 2021

As you all know I always look forward to see what Amazon First Reads has in store for us. This is the first month in a while that they haven't included children's picture book in the line up but they have added a young adult book instead. This months choices are: Domestic Suspense The Aftermath… Continue reading Amazon First Reads April 2021

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Dog Days

by Ericka Waller This is a funny and quirky book, with some really great characters not forgetting their dogs. I admit I wasn't sure about this book until I'd finished the second chapter and then I was hooked. I also have a favourite pair which is George and his little dog Poppy. George also has… Continue reading Dog Days

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We Have Till Monday by Cara Dee

We Have Till Monday Cara Dee Publication date: March 11th 2021 Genres: Adult, Contemporary, LGBTQ+, Romance When it seemed like everyone around Anthony Fender was reaching a goal or falling in love, he blamed an early midlife crisis for throwing him far outside of his comfort zone. Nashville was a long way from New York… Continue reading We Have Till Monday by Cara Dee

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Amazon First Reads March 2021

As you know I love to find out what Amazon First Reads has in store for its Prime Members and this month is no different! This months choices are: Thriller A Deadly Influence by Mike Omer, Pages: 443, Publication Date: 1 April 2021 A Deadly Influence Synopsis: From bestselling author Mike Omer comes the first… Continue reading Amazon First Reads March 2021

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Friends and Strangers

by J Courtney Sullivan I really really struggle to read this book. I started to read it weeks ago but I've ended up putting it on the back burner. The story is so slow and to be totally honest very boring, so much so I really don't think I will finish the book. I don't… Continue reading Friends and Strangers