Jack’s ex-wife is getting married in the morning. With only one night left to change her mind, can he convince her not to give up on 13 years of marriage?
Holly has always loved Jack, but her new fiancé is the safe, logical choice. Will she choose him, or risk all to give Jack another chance? When Jack comes flying into her wedding, putting it all on the line, which will she choose?
For some reason I can’t actually find the blurb for this book but we generally know the story.
Two women, two different centuries, what happens when they meet?
Florence Howe and Dr Penny Black are both having a hell of a day on the 15th June in a house in Cambridge but one is in the year 1840 and the other in 2010.
One woman wakes up in the same house but in a different century to meet the other.
They have to find out why she is there and what they can do to help each other.
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If the love of your life died, what would you miss the most?
His heart beating against yours?
When Ivy’s boyfriend Tristan dies, she’s desolate without him, until she discovers Tristan hasn’t abandoned her – he’s her guardian angel, watching over her, close enough to hear, to see, to touch…
But Ivy’s life is in danger. If Tristan rescues her, his mission on earth will be over and he’ll have to leave her behind. Will Ivy lose Tristan forever?
Home is where the heart is. Right?
Angela Clark has fallen in love with New York – and it’s starting to love her back. But when she’s summoned home to England, she’s at risk of losing her shiny new life to rain, warm beer and bad memories. Talk about stepping back in time.
There’s Mark, the ex-boyfriend – who she ran to New York to get away from.
There’s Louisa, her best friend, with her terrifying new baby.
And there’s her mum, still talking to her as though she’s fifteen.
Now there’s a wedding in the offing – and everyone remembers how well Angela behaved at the last one… Can the arrival of boyfriend Alex and new best friend Jenny save her from a re-run of her old self?
This book was picked on Goodreads for me to read in a group that I joined in a June-Pick-It-For-Me thing. Admittedly I did not quite manage to finish it in June but its selection meant that it was the book I picked up next rather than any others.
Summers span decades. Winter can last a lifetime. And the struggle for the Iron Throne has begun.
As Warden of the north, Lord Eddard Stark counts it a curse when King Robert bestows on him the office of the Hand. His honour weighs him down at court where a true man does what he will, not what he must … and a dead enemy is a thing of beauty.
The old gods have no power in the south, Stark’s family is split and there is treachery at court. Worse, the vengeance-mad heir of the deposed Dragon King has grown to maturity in exile in the Free Cities. He claims the Iron Throne.
Currently it seems like all the good TV shows are ending, well, all the ones I watch anyway.
Glee, Ringer, Secret Circle, One Tree Hill and Vampire Dairies have all finished. Luckily I still have 90210 but I don’t know for how much longer.
Most of them won’t be back on. Apparently Ringer and Secret Circle have been cancelled for further seasons and One Tree Hill was on it’s ninth and final season.
‘Alone with the dead! I dare not go out, for I can hear to low howl of the wolf through the broken window’
When Jonathan Harker visits Transylvania to help Count Dracula purchase a London house, he makes horrifying discoveries in his client’s castle. Soon afterwards, disturbing events unfold in England: an unmanned ship is wrecked; strange puncture marks appear on a young woman’s neck; and a lunatic asylum inmate raves about the imminent arrival of his ‘Master’. In the ensuring battle of wits between the sinister Count and a determined group of adversaries, Bram Stoker created a masterpiece of the horror genre, probing into questions of identity, sanity and the dark corners of Victorian sexuality and desire.