Welcome to the final post for the month of May. Unusually the weather has been quite pleasant given this weekend is a bank holiday, usually it rains. Instead we have had some nice weather and I have had a chance to get out in the garden with my camera. Here are a few of the flowers that are blooming and also one of the veg plot…
Here are the books I have read…
When Celia Moore sent me an email asking if I would like to read the final book in the Fox Halt Farm trilogy I obviously said yes. I have read and adored the previous books, A Hare’s Footprint was a wonderful book to read, although sad as it is the final one. This was a roller coaster of emotions as Billy and her husband Richard have ideas for their futures. Each, however, has different ideas. It gives for a stressful and worrisome relationship. The author once again drew me into the goings on on the Farm. Full review to follow next week.
The Country Village Summer Fete by Cathy Lake was a wonderful summery read and the author gave me an addictive read set in Bramble Village. As Emma returns to her childhood home to stay with her father she is nervous. She left home on bad terms and guilt has plagued her. Coming back is a chance to finally put things right, but can she and does she really want to? Such a stunning and emotional read and my full review will be part of the Blog Tour next week.
I adore the Glendale Hall series by Victoria Walters. Always and Forever at Glendale Hall is the 4th book in the series and it is another fabulous read. Anna is a bit of a loner, self reliant and constantly moving. When she suddenly finds herself stuck, she calls her brother. He invites her to come to Glendale, she can have a place to live and a job for as long as she needs. Keep an eye out for the Blog Tour and my full review of this wonderful book.
This was a book I requested to review and I was delighted with it. Natural Menopause is a DK publication and it is full of wonderful advice. It includes info about the menopause, about natural therapies, exercise, diets and also a wonderful section on mental wellbeing. I really enjoyed reading through this and it does carry some very good information. I think it is a great book to give ideas about how to help yourself through menopause. I would definitely recommend it.
This was supposed to be one of my #20books of summer reads that jumped at me to be read. The River Between Us by Liz Fenwick is a dual timeline story that is set on the Cornwall Devon border, the river being the Tamar. A story that is a mix of historical fiction and also a present day mystery as things from the past have relevance to the present day. I loved this book and I would defiantly recommend it.
A more relaxed reading week this week, I am quite surprised that I have not read any crime or thrillers! A very enjoyable week all round.
Have a great week ahead,
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