Each month, I share one of my top reads from this blog over at The Riviera Woman. Continue reading “The Lost Girl by Carol Drinkwater (@Carol4OliveFarm) ~ Recommended Read ~ The Riviera Woman”
~ Book Blurb ~
Her daughter disappeared four years ago. . .
Since her daughter went missing four years earlier, celebrated photographer Kurtiz Ross has been a woman alone. Her only companion her camera. Since Lizzie disappeared, she has blamed and isolated herself, given up hope. Until, out of the blue, an unexpected sighting of Lizzie is made in Paris. Continue reading “#Review: The Lost Girl by Carol Drinkwater (@Carol4OliveFarm) @MichaelJBooks”
I have never bought so many books in one month, as I did in April 2017 – 23!! Everywhere I turned, there seemed to be books on sale for bargain prices.
As 23 books are far too many to include in one post, I have split April’s book haul into two posts.
Part 1 includes books by: Isabelle Broom, Rowan Coleman, Liz Fenwick, Julie Wassmer, Mary-Rose Maccoll, L.S. Hilton, Tessa Boase (click here to read Part 1).
Part 2 includes books by: Vanessa Greene, Charles Belfoure, Fanny Blake, Rowan Coleman, Melissa Hill, Amanda Prowse, Clare Jay, Jennifer Potter, Katherine Webb, Trisha Ashley, Carol Drinkwater, Markus Zusak.
I have pre-ordered THE LOST GIRL by Carol Drinkwater.
Why is this significant? Well, I have to admit I do not pre-order books. However, from devouring the author’s bestselling Olive Series and her superb novel THE FORGOTTEN SUMMER, I just know that this book is going to be wonderful (read my review of THE FORGOTTEN SUMMER here).
When THE LOST GIRL is published, in the UK, on 29th June, I want to be able to dive straight into it and not come up for air until I have finished it.
**I first published this post on an old blog site on 8 September 2016**
To coincide with today’s paperback release of the wonderful The Forgotten Summer by Carol Drinkwater, the Marketing Team at Michael Joseph, Penguin Random House, have put together some great cards with quotes from bloggers and readers to share. How fabulous is that?!
**I first published this post on an old blog site on 2 May 2016**
I wanted to share with you the best book I have read this year. The Forgotten Summer, published in February 2016, is the latest book from one of my favourite authors: Carol Drinkwater.
My initial idea for this post was going to be a detailed review of the book. I had read several good and in-depth reviews of The Forgotten Summer and thought, “I can do that. How hard can it be?” Well, as I put pen to paper, I struggled. It was not because I didn’t know what to say about the book. I loved this book and I could talk about it all day long. When it came to writing about it, I just didn’t know where to begin.