His Laughing Girl by Ellen Whyte

Cynics read no further because this is a pocket-sized (104 pages) romantic delight, detailing the insta-love between curvy, sexy Sophie and her billionaire client, techie geek Richard. Their increasingly heated flirtation is taking place amongst his super-model entourage, all who have Richard in their sights, and aren’t afraid to try to put big-hearted, big-boned SophieContinue reading “His Laughing Girl by Ellen Whyte”

Review of Uncommonly Tidy Poltergeists by Angel Martinez

Uncommonly Tidy Poltergeist by Angel MartinezMy rating: 5 of 5 stars From an ARC Taro has recently won the lottery, and with his winnings has invested in several properties around the world. As he travels, familiarising himself with his new circumstances, he becomes aware of strange happenings in the night. Every morning, the mess heContinue reading “Review of Uncommonly Tidy Poltergeists by Angel Martinez”

Review of Dangerous – An Intimate Journey To The Heart of Boxing by Ian Probert

Quite frankly, a book about boxing would not be an automatic go-to read for me, but because I had read Johnny Nothing, Ian Probert’s satire for kids, I was confident that I would enjoy the writing style, if not the subject. Years before, Michael Watson was critically and permanently injured during a world title fightContinue reading “Review of Dangerous – An Intimate Journey To The Heart of Boxing by Ian Probert”