Monday, 23 November 2015

Straight From The Heart BLOG TOUR




Cale Pelton didn’t want to fall in love.

Fresh off a breakup, he was scrambling to find a new lead guitarist for his band, Everlasting, before they went on tour. He wanted to enjoy being single, singing his heart out nightly to fans.

Never did he expect to meet Bryn Schaefler, the sassy rich girl that would change his life.

Bryn left her parents’ house with only her suitcase and guitar, leaving her old life behind her. She nails the band audition and becomes Everlasting’s new lead guitarist. Bryn didn’t want to find Cale attractive, let alone develop a crush on a bandmate. But when trouble starts to find the band, Bryn starts to believe her family will do whatever it takes to get her home.

Will Cale and Bryn listen to their heads and stay strictly professional? Or will they follow their hearts and admit their feelings towards eachother?


Breigh Forstner currently resides in Southeast Michigan with her two daughter. While she works full-time during the week, at night she spends time with her girls dancing and coming up with her next book idea. Her goal is to make it onto a best sellers list at some point in her career, and writes any chance she can get. She is a music lover and is a sucker for going to concerts, rock bands, and tattooed bad boys.

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Wednesday, 4 November 2015

How To Stuff Up Christmas By Rosie Blake

How to Stuff up Christmas by Rosie Blake

Last Christmas Eve was the happiest girl in the world, her gorgeous boyfriend Liam had just proposed and she was living on cloud nine. Now, Christmas is rolling around again and Eve is dreading having to spend Christmas single, after discovering that Liam has cheated on her. Trying her best to be on her own for Christmas, and not have reminders of the events of the previous year, Eve takes herself and her dog Marmite, and moves into a houseboat and takes pottery lessons. While she is on this break, she runs into the towns hunky vet, Greg, and together they embark on a quest to make Eve a Culinary Queen. But then Greg starts to disappear regularly and eve’s best friend, Daisy, knows more than she is letting on. Eve has to try to get her life back on track and put Liam’s actions behind her.

How to Stuff up Christmas has all the ingredients for the perfect Christmas book. It’s funny and light-hearted and is perfect for getting you in the festive mood. The level of humour in this book is brilliant and there is a laugh on every page. From the word go, I was giggling quietly, and sometimes not so quietly to myself.

Throughout the book, we see the same events from the point of views of both Eve and Greg. I liked this and I think it is a nice touch. Although when I put it down for a few hours and picked it up again a few hours later, I had a sense of déjà vu, when I picked up on an event from the second point of view. Every single character in this book were likeable and Eve’s mother never failed but to make me laugh out loud.

How to Stuff Up Christmas is a witty and heart-warming story. Funny from the very first sentence. This is guaranteed to make you laugh out loud and will definitely get you in the mood for Christmas. After reading How To Get A (Love) Life, I expected great things from this novel and I was not disappointed.

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