Book Reviews

Book Review – The Broken Pieces of Us by Celia Tandy – @KellyALacey @lovebookstours #Ad #LBTCrew #BookTwitter #FreeReview #FreeBookReview #SummerExtravaganza

This is the third book on the Summer Extravaganza tour for me, and it’s got a little more weight than the first two. It kicks off with an opening scene that might be a bit triggering for some. It’s an attempted sexual assault. When something happens that early, it can sometimes turn me right off...

Book Review – Halfmoon Lane by Paula Hillman – @pj_hillman @Bloodhoundbook @lovebookstours @KellyALacey – #Ad  #LBTCrew #BookTwitter #LBTThriller   

This tale haunted me long after I turned the last page. I can’t quite put my finger on why, but to me that’s what good stories do. Not necessarily haunt, but stay with you. For days, I kept wanting to finish reading, go back to the world, and would remember – oh, I finished that...

Summer Extravaganza – Book Review/Highlight – Shooters by Julia Boggio – @juliaboggio @KellyALacey @lovebookstours #ShootersTour #Ad #LBTCrew #BookTwitter #FreeBookReview

This steamy romcom is my second book in the LBT Summer Extravaganza. I read this book last year, but with the third one coming out soon a refresh is always nice – and it’s a great summer, beach read! About the Book ♥️THE BEST-SELLING ROMCOM AS DISCUSSED ON BBC WOMAN’S HOUR♥️ ♥️ WINNER: SELFIE AWARDS...

Book Review – Benidorm, Actually by Jo Lyons – @J0Lyons @KellyALacey @lovebookstours #Ad #LBTRomance #Romance #Bookreviews #Bookpromo #Readers #LBTCrew

Kicking Off LBT Summer Extravaganza Tour with a Bang! If you’re looking for your next summer read or great romcom, this is a great one to grab off the shelf! This is my first book in the LBT Summer Extravaganza, and if this is a herald of what’s to come I cannot wait to dig...

Book Review – War Bunny by Christopher St. John – @stjohnwriter @KellyALacey @lovebookstours #Ad #LBTCrew #BookX #FreeReview #FreeBookReview #WarBunny #Bunny #Rabbit #Animals #LBTFantasy

I’m starting to feel a little like a broken record, but I’ve never read anything quite like this. Though, the name of the forest in this book was the Million Acre Woods, and it was giving Winnie the Pooh vibes at times. But just a touch here and there. And as a Pooh lover, I...

Book Review – Milspouse Matters by Jen McDonald – @KellyALacey @LoveBooksTours – #Ad #LBTCrew #BookX #FreeReview #FreeBookReview #LBTMemoir #Memoir #MilspouseMatters #Military #MilitarySpouses

Just in time for Independence Day, I took a ride-along adventure with some great American families as they traveled the world as they served the country – and yes, the entire families of the military service people serve the country, not just the service people. About the Book You knew what you signed up for....

Book Review – The Self Education Manual by Gary Dean Petersen – @KellyALacey @lovebookstours #Ad #LBTCrew #BookTwitter #FreeReview #FreeBookReview #TheSelfEducationManual #SEMLearningSystem #SEMEducation #GaryDeanPetersen

Anyone looking to brush up on some skills or pick up some entirely new ones might need some help reviving their actual learning skills if they haven’t been in a classroom for a while. That’s where the Self-Education Manual could come in handy! About the Book Struggling with math? Learning a foreign language? Need the...

Book Review – Immortalised to Death by Lyn Squire -@LevelBestBooks @KellyALacey @lovebookstours #Ad #LBTCrew #BookTwitter #FreeReview #FreeBookReview

Historical fiction is a bit hit or miss for me, but I can usually tell pretty quickly which it’s going to be. Detective stories, pretty much always a hit. This one had the benefit of being an alternate history about one of history’s most beloved writer, Mr. Charles Dickens. About the Book Death strikes England’s...

Book Review – Mortal Vintage by PJ Skinner – @PJSkinnerAuthor @KellyALacey @lovebookstours #Ad #LBTCrew #BookTwitter #FreeReview #FreeBookReview

If you haven’t given The Seacastle Mysteries a try, now is as good a time as any to jump in! I understand they can be read as standalones. I’ll admit, I never personally suggest this – because if you can read the first four why wouldn’t you? But if for some reason, you’ve been given...

Book Review – What is Loneliness? by Rebecca Eisenberg @KellyALacey @lovebookstours #Ad #LBTCrew #BookTwitter #FreeReview #FreeBookReview #WhatIsLoneliness #RebeccaEisenberg

This beautiful picture book is equally beautiful in it’s description of a difficult to explain emotion – Loneliness. About the Book “What is Loneliness?” is a poignant and beautifully illustrated children’s picture book that explores the complex emotion of loneliness in a way that is relatable and reassuring for young readers. Through thoughtful storytelling and...