One Last Time by Helga Flatland

Anne’s life is rushing to an unexpected and untimely end. But her diagnosis of terminal cancer isn’t just a shock for her – and for her daughter Sigrid and granddaughter Mia – it shines a spotlight onto their fractured and uncomfortable relationships.A spur-of-the moment trip to France acts as a catalyst for thethree generations ofContinue reading “One Last Time by Helga Flatland”

Everything happens for a reason by Katie Allen

Mum-to-be Rachel did everything right, but it all went wrong. Her son, Luke, was stillborn and she finds herself on maternity leave without a baby, trying to make sense of her loss.When a misguided well-wisher tells her that ‘everything happens for a reason’, she becomes obsessed with finding that reason, driven by grief and convincedContinue reading “Everything happens for a reason by Katie Allen”

Cwen by Alice Albinia

An archipelago off the east coast of Britain comes under female rule. Using resources traditionally the preserve of men — inspired by ancient British stories of islands where women ran society and controlled the climate — the women quietly take charge of the islands’ education system, businesses and civic institutions.         But a revolution by stealth isContinue reading “Cwen by Alice Albinia”

An Act of Love by Carol Drinkwater

The Blurb It was an idyllic summer. Until they had to escape. France, 1943. Forced to flee war ravaged Poland, Sara and her parents are offered refuge in a beautiful but dilapidated house in the French Alps. It seems the perfect hideaway, despite haunting traces of the previous occupants who left in haste. But shadowsContinue reading “An Act of Love by Carol Drinkwater”

The Last Thing he told me by Laura Dave

The Blurb IT WAS THE LAST THING HE TOLD ME: PROTECT HER Before Owen Michaels disappears, he manages to smuggle a note to his new wife, Hannah: protect her. Hannah knows exactly who Owen needs her to protect – his sixteen-year-old daughter, Bailey, who lost her mother tragically as a child. And who wants absolutelyContinue reading “The Last Thing he told me by Laura Dave”

The Metal Heart by Caroline Lea

The Blurb The sky is clear, star-stamped and silvered by the waxing gibbous moon. No planes have flown over the islands tonight; no bombs have fallen for over a year. ___________ Orkney, 1940. Five hundred Italian prisoners-of-war arrive to fortify these remote and windswept islands. Resentful islanders are fearful of the enemy in their midst,Continue reading “The Metal Heart by Caroline Lea”

Friends and Neighbours by Ruth Torjussen

The Blurb Life as a Marie Osmond impersonator living in Stoke can be challenging enough. But when your best friend has died and your other friends have moved away it can suddenly get a whole lot tougher. Now heartbroken Jenny has a female shaped hole in her life which – despite the presence of manyContinue reading “Friends and Neighbours by Ruth Torjussen”

Call Me Mummy by Tina Baker

The Blurb Glamorous, beautiful Mummy has everything a woman could want. Except for a daughter of her very own. So when she sees Kim – heavily pregnant, glued to her phone and ignoring her eldest child in a busy shop – she does what anyone would do. She takes her. But foul-mouthed little Tonya isContinue reading “Call Me Mummy by Tina Baker”

Call me Mummy by Tina Baker

The Blurb CALL ME MUMMY. IT’LL BE BETTER IF YOU DO. Glamorous, beautiful Mummy has everything a woman could want. Except for a daughter of her very own. So when she sees Kim – heavily pregnant, glued to her phone and ignoring her eldest child in a busy shop – she does what anyone wouldContinue reading “Call me Mummy by Tina Baker”

The way it should be by Christine Suzann Nelson

The Blurb  After years of estrangement, the lives of Zara Mahoney and her twin sister, Eve, are suddenly and completely intertwined again. Eve’s troubled lifestyle causes the state to take custody of her two children and contact Zara and her husband, asking them to consider foster care. Newlywed Zara thought she’d finally been given aContinue reading “The way it should be by Christine Suzann Nelson”

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