August 2020 Books

Here is what I read during August


Last Lesson by James Goodhand

I read this as part of the Clare Mackintosh Bookclub. It took me a while to get into it and even then I wasnt quite into it. I found the story to be confusing at times but I did sympathise with the main character. I liked the underlying theme of the book but other than that its not something I would jump at reading again.


One Summer in Paris by Sarah Morgan

Oh my, I absolutely loved this book, it was entertaining thoughout. There were humourous and heartbreaking moments. I couldnt put it down. It was a nice easy read that is ideal for the beach or at poolside.


Say No More by Karen Rose

Full review here

Eeny Meeny by M .J. Arlidge

I’ve had this book on my bookshelf for a while but I finally got around to reading it and now I’m thinking “Why did I leave it so long?”, it’s captivating from the start and it keeps you intrigued throughout. It maybe a crime read but its also an easy read with nice short and snappy chapters. I enjoyed this and look forward to reading the second book.



The Naseby Horses by Dominic Brownlow

Full review here

The Two Lives of Maddie Meadows by Sharley Scott

Full review here

Snowflakes over Snow Bay Terrace by Fay Keenan

Full review here

The Perfect Couple by Lisa Hall

Full review here

Lucy’s Last Chance by Elle Sweet

Full review here

The Guilty Wife by Nina Manning

Full review here

One Fatal Night by Helene Fermont

Full review here

The Saturday Morning Park Run by Jules Wake

Full review here

Lucy’s Great Escape (Little Duck Pond Cafe, Book 11) by Rosie Green

Full review here


As Luck Would have it by Zoe May

Full review here

The Holiday Home by Fern Britton

There is just something about Fern Britton reading that completely relaxes me. I absolutely love her books. They are always rather entertaining. I enjoyed this to no end. Wonderful.


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