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Bared to You
12 New from
This book is HOT! I downloaded this to my E Reader as I was looking for something else after finishing 50 Shades and I have to say - this book is SO much better.Eva is just such a fantastic character - I actually found her a lot more convincing than Ana in 50 Shades, as she's stronger and knows her own mind. Both Eva and Gideon have suffered in the past and are the ultimate star crossed lovers. I found it to be a deeply intense and romantic novel, beautifully written and well crafted. I can't recommend it highly enough.
I Heart London
17 New from
I found this book so easy to get into, and within just a few pages, I was back in the world of Angela in the fab city of New York. I loved that it started in New York, where Angela seems to really belong and moved over to the UK after a little while, and with a good pace of the story. As ever, Angela is funny, self-depreciating and a brilliant leading character who you can't fail to love and warm to, and she is what makes the books so readable and successful.
I've loved the 'I heart' series since I my first read... and this might be my favourite in the series yet
7 New from
This book has a sense of fun running right through it. It follows Jason Priestley who is going through a bad time in his life. He inadvertently ends up with a disposable camera from a girl he fancies (with the moment happening on Charlotte Street, as do a few other moments in the book). He develops the film and uses it to try and track down the girl, but will he do it? And should stalking be encouraged anyway?
I would recommend it to those who have read and enjoyed Tony Parsons, Mil Millington and John O'Farrell as it similarly mixes humour, believable characters and some touching comments on relationship struggles
20 New from
If you love a bit of light heart pixie teen fiction, this is for you. It is an easy read but great all the same
The Little Paris Kitchen
12 New from
This book has been a really useful find. I've tried about eight of the recipes so far and they have all tasted great.Rachel was a delight to watch and her book is a delight to read. The pretty illustrations and terrific photography together with her quirky style make this a graet choice of cookery book.
Chocolate Shoes and Wedding Blues
19 New from
Yet again Trisha gives the readers another brilliant book! I loved everything about this book and author from her wit and humour, not to mention her beautifully descriptive writing which had me completely hooked and chuckling the whole way through from start to finish. I love the girly humour. I absolutely recommend this brilliant witty novel and I'm now looking to read the other books featuring the Sticklepond residents.
Bring Up the Bodies
15 New from
I think this is the most brilliant book I've read this century, Hilary Mantel has taken a crucial period in British history and made it live again in a new light, totally, satisfactorily, and rivetingly dramatised.
This book really does see Irvine Welsh back doing what he does best. For some reason I was expecting to be disappointed by Skagboys, but I was gripped from the start, with Renton's involvement in the Battle of Orgreave giving a real feel of life during the mid 80's, and the hopelessness that led many in working class communities to seek solace in heroin.
By the end of the book you can really feel the desperation of the main characters as they set off on a scam to try and cure the sickness of withdrawal. If you liked Trainspotting, you must read this book. If you've never read Irvine Welsh before, this is as good a place as any to start.
Living Life the Essex Way
20 New from
I loved Sam Faiers book! She was refreshingly honest about herself and her life and came across as a really strong, lovely woman. It was emotional and heartbreaking in parts but also fun and upbeat in others.
The Lucky One
18 New from
This book is a real page-turner, The characterization is strong and to the point with a lot of humour. "The Lucky One" takes Spark's authorship a bit further. The story is less dreamy and more realistic, even at times pragmatic - in spite of the belief in a lucky charm