Book Review: Mister Bodyguard – Lauren Rowe ***

Mister Bodyguard is the fourth book in the very popular Morgan Brothers series by Lauren Rowe. That said it is perfectly acceptable to treat this title as a standalone read. Zander Shaw is effectively an honorary Morgan having been best friend to Keane Morgan for years. Dumped by the girlfriend that he thought he was…

Book Review: Two Nights – Kathy Reichs *****

After eighteen novels in her “Bones” series it would be very easy to write off Kathy Reichs as a one trick pony. “Two Nights” demonstrates that she is much more than the queen of forensic pathology and truly a master of the suspenseful thriller. Sunnie Night is a real character. Ex forces and ex police…

Book Review: Blacklist – Alyson NoΓ«l **

Blacklist is the second book in the Beautiful Idols YA series about shallow fame seekers fighting to win a coveted job in Los Angeles. See my review of Unrivalled if you want to catch up quickly. Starting exactly where the first book left off Madison Brooks is still missing and the weight of evidence seems…

Book Review: Lovegame – Tracy Wolff **

On paper this sounds like something that I would really love. Ian Sharpe is an ex FBI Behavioural Analysis Agent and now a full time writer concentrating on True Crime investigation books. One of his books has just been turned into a big Hollywood blockbuster starring the beautiful and elusive Veronica Romero. Ian is writing…

Last Kiss Blog Tour – Laurelin Paige

In 2013, Laurelin Paige self‐published her first novel. Her husband was just laid off, she had three kids, one with special needs, and they had just filed for bankruptcy so she needed this novel to work. Less than 1 year later, her debut novel, Fixed on You, was at the top of the bestseller lists…

Book Review: Unrivalled – Alyson Noel ***

UK Publication Date: 10 May 2016. 368 pages. Unrivalled is the latest book from Alyson Noel aimed at a Young Adult audience. Set in the glitzy club world of Hollywood it has a feel of Pretty Little Liars meets Mean Girls. The story centres on three main characters, all wannabees in the search for their…

Book Review: The People V. O.J. Simpson – Jeffrey Toobin ****

UK Publication Date: 3 Mar 2016. 496 pages. If you watched the recent television series about O J Simpson you’ll be interested to know it was based on this book. Originally published less than a year after the infamous verdict this book has been re-released to tie in the show. In almost 500 pages you…

Book Review: Breakdown – Jonathan Kellerman ****

UK Publication Date: 02 Feb 2016. 432 pages. Many years ago I was an avid fan of Dr Alex Delaware and I rushed to the library to get on the wait list when every new novel came out. I don’t really know why, but we drifted apart. There was no major crisis or event it…

Book Review: The Stylist – Rosie Nixon ****

UK Publishing Date: 11 Feb 2016. 416 pages. Rosie Nixon has been joint editor of Hello Magazine for the last five years so she knows a thing or two about Stylists. This is her debut novel and it’s a real delight. It really is laugh out loud funny with some great characters that you really…