When I finally got around to reading the last of this trilogy, I really did not want to be disturbed and I could have quite easily just sat and read the whole book in one. The trouble is work kind of did get in the way and housework (even more boring)! Although the odd kicking of my boy dancing in my uterus, was a welcome distraction of coarse!
Let’s merge two reviews into one, just for the hell of it! (I’m SUCH a rebel!) The obvious reason is because both books are written by the same author, and I would normally do these separate but I literally finished the first one and couldn’t wait to see what happens so went and bought the next one straight away. (Hey I’m sure I’m not the first and I know I won’t be the last!!!)
I’m beginning to like this writer more and more, firstly she is awesome and secondly she’s super awesome!! Ha ha, but seriously not only is she a writer after previously being a journalist but she’s also a celebrity mother to Buzz and Buddy her 2 adorable boys whom she has with husband McFly band member Tom Fletcher. She’s got a pretty high profile life yet always comes across as down to earth and pretty laid back.
So after that evening I spent listening to Adele Parks got me thinking that I know I should have done this before but I suddenly decided (after advised by AP) to interview my main two characters to help me with the depth of the characters *and breathe*.
When I found another Mandy Baggot book on Amazon I had to download after the last one I read by her Do you remember?. Admittedly when I saw the title I did wonder how explicit it would be but it was far from it, the title represents someone in a high profile life in the movies! Continue reading “Excess all areas, Mandy Baggot”
Exactly what I was thinking when I saw this on Amazon crying at me…..
Thirteen years ago Amy Crane ran away from everyone and everything she knew, ending up in an unfamiliar city with no obvious past and no idea of her future. Now, though, that past has just arrived on her doorstep, in the shape of an old music cassette that Amy hasn’t seen since she was at university.