Friday, 4 March 2016

Book of the Month - February

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The books I read this month:

-       A Home in Sunset Bay – by Rebecca Pugh 5/5
-       How To get Hitched in Ten Days – by Samantha Tonge 3.5/5
-       The Stylist – by Rosie Nixon 4/5
-       Look At Me – by Sarah Duguid 4/5
-       Kitty’s Countryside Dream – by Christie Barlow 5/5
-       Fix You – by Carrie Elks 5/5
-       One Night in Los Angeles – by Katey Lovell 4.5/5
-       Sleepless in Manhattan – by Sarah Morgan 5/5

February was so, so. It takes me really long to finish a book at the moment, still enjoyed some good ones, it was hard to decide, but one just gripped me more. Here is my fave:

Fix You – Carrie Elks

The bit on the back:

You've found the one, but what if life has other plans?

London, 31st December 1999
At a party to toast the new millennium, Hanna meets Richard. He is a gorgeous, wealthy New Yorker. She is a self-assured, beautiful Londoner with no interest in clean-cut American men. They are from different worlds and have nothing in common... except for their instant - and mutual - attraction to one another.
As the clocks chime midnight it is a new year and the beginning of a wonderful romance.

New York, 12th May 2012
Hanna, the girl who broke Richard's heart, walks into his Wall Street office - and back into his life - to reveal an explosive secret.

He was sure they were meant to be together forever, but she broke his heart so completely the last time, can he find a way to let her mend the pieces?

Warm, witty and a perfect piece of modern romance, Fix You is a love story to melt your heart.

My opinion:

Fix You is a fabulous book about love and the not so easy sides of falling in love. Carrie created a wonderful book, her writing is realistic, authentic, gripping and very passionate. I adored the characters and the storyline is just brilliant! Read my review here:

Carrie on Twitter: @CarrieElks
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Sleepless in Manhattan - Sarah Morgan

The bit on the back:

What if the person who broke your heart, is the only one who can help you find your future?
Great friends. Amazing Apartment. An incredible job. Paige has ticked off every box on perfect New York life checklist. Until disaster strikes and instead of shimming further up the career ladder, Paige is packing up her desk.

Her brother’s best friend Jake might be the only person who can help her put her life back together. He also happens to be the boy she spent her teen years pining after, and Paige is determined not repeat her past mistakes. But the more time she spends with Jake, the more Paige realises the one thing that was missing from her world all along. The perfect New York love story…

My opinion:

This book is just FABULOUS on so many levels! I was hooked immediately, Sarah's writing is very passionate, lively and exciting. The characters are amazing and the storyline and the setting make this story PERFECT!!!!

Sarah on Twitter: @SarahMorgan_

Goodreads - Amazon UK - Amazon US
My February Favourites

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