Two women are staying in Willowmead House.

One of them is running.
One of them is hiding.
Both of them are lying.

Emily made one bad decision, and now her career could be over. Her family home on the Cornish coast is the only place where she feels safe. But when she arrives, there’s a stranger living with her father. Emily doesn’t trust the beautiful young woman, convinced that she’s telling one lie after another. Soon, Emily becomes obsessed with finding out the truth…

But should some secrets stay buried forever

Firstly a big thank you for my copy and having Me on the blog your . I absolutely love Janes books and you know you’re always in for a treat!

Another great book that is set to be flying off the shelves this summer.

Lies ,secrets and family history are key themes . These are what Jane does best, finds a situation or a question and explores the effects they could gave on someone just like the reader .

Who is lying and who has something to gain?

Thought provoking and compelling. The reader is captivated from the very start.

Twists and turns pave the way as the truth is revealed. This is the perfect book to escape with . Unpredictable and addictive you will not want to put it down .

Do check out the other blogs taking part .

Published 23rd June


It’s never too late to follow your heart.

One summer’s day seventeen years ago Edie and Joel meet.
Their connection is instant and a friendship is born, although Edie can’t help but wish for more. But just as she builds up the courage to lay her heart on the line, one night changes everything…

Edie’s moved on from the heartbreak of years ago. So the last thing she expects to receive on her thirty-fifth birthday is an email… from her eighteen-year-old self. As more emails arrive, she starts to remember what – or rather who – she left behind.

Following her own advice, Edie heads back to the place where it all began, and finds her path unexpectedly crossing with Joel’s once more. Could this finally be their chance at love? Or are some things better left in the past?

Firstly a big thank you to HQ for my copy and having Me on the blog tour. I love Annas books and my goodness it was what I needed.

I devoured this and it left me reminded of love and joy.

It is romantic ,funny and so life affirming. Swoonworthy !

Was a joy to read and discover where the emails would take her ..

It definitely got the 39 year old me reminiscing of a younger me where life in some areas was easier.

This is a beautiful book perfect for those holidays or just to escape with.

Published 23rd June and do check out the other blogs taking part in the tour.


In this room, no one can hear you scream…

The Serial Crimes Unit are called in to investigate when a local pastor is found stabbed to death. As DI Henley assesses the crime scene, she discovers a hidden door that conceals a room set up for torture – and bound to the bed in the middle of the room is the body of a man.

When another body is found, also tied down, Henley realises there’s someone out there torturing innocent people and leaving them for dead. But why?

There’s nothing that connects the victims. They didn’t know each other. Their paths never crossed. But someone has targeted them, and it’s up to Henley and the SCU to stop them before they find another binding room…

Firstly a big thank you to the publishers for my copy to review. I loved her debut crime fiction which was book 1 in this series .

I still enjoy fact it is set very local to me , it certainly enhances the readers experience when they can picture the scene .

Gritty, gripping and packed with bloody crime scenes.

Had the pleasure of meeting Nadine last night … she is way too smiley to be creating these dark tales!

Fast paced ,thrilling and completely unpredictable.

It’s great to learn more about DI Henley in book 2 as we unravel the case and those working on it.

Her writing is fresh, exciting ,gritty and keeps you turning the pages.

Published 7th July and wish her every success with this release.


LONDON. Early morning, June 2019: on the foreshore of the river Thames, a bag of bones is discovered. Human bones.

DCI Samuel Owusu is called to the scene and quickly sends the bag for forensic examination. The bones are those of a young woman, killed by a blow to the head many years ago.

Also inside the bag is a trail of clues, in particular the seeds of a rare tree which lead DCI Owusu back to a mansion in Chelsea where, nearly thirty years previously, three people lay dead in a kitchen, and a baby waited upstairs for someone to pick her up.

The clues point forward too to a brother and sister in Chicago searching for the only person who can make sense of their pasts.

Four deaths. An unsolved mystery. A family whose secrets can’t stay buried for ever …

Firstly a big thank you to the publishers for my copy to review on netgalley. As a big Lisa Jewell fan this was a bloggers treat to recieve .

Amazing idea to write a sequel because the characters we meet in The family upstairs were way to enthralling and conplex to just be in one book!

This had me absolutely hooked from the very start and racing through the pages to uncover the truth.

Gripping and explores how these adults have been shaped from what happened in that house in their childhood. Fascinating insight into these minds as we follow them on their journeys.

Just as dark and claustrophobic and was a thrill to be back with these characters getting more answers. Or maybe more questions ??

Tense and unpredictable this is a fantastic book that is set to be another bestseller for Lisa.

Published 21st July