Thursday, 25 June 2020

Blog Tour: Agony Auntics By Julie Butterfield*

'As an agony aunt, Fliss Carmichael should have all the answers but when her own marriage begins unravelling at the seams, she hasn’t a clue where to start. After a simple mistake causes an unintended role swap, she becomes the one seeking advice from an unlikely source!'

This story consists of 34 chapters and tells the story of agony aunt Fliss who ends up in a role swap with someone she is trying to help. This book is well written and will have you the reader giggling from the get go. With moments that are both cringe worthy and hilarious while also being relatable.

The refreshing thing about this story is between some chapters (not all) you have emails that either are written to Fliss or Fliss has written herself. These provide a great way to continue the story, change the person who is telling the story as well as keeping the reader interested. The ending of this story is exactly as the reader would want it to end, and it will still have you giggling to yourself whether you are at the beginning of the story or getting towards the end. 

Now let's tell you a little bit about the Author Julie Butterfield, who belongs to a large group of authors 'who always wanted to write' and finally found the time to put pen to paper or rather fingers to keyboard. Her first book was written purely for pleasure and she was very surprised to find that many people enjoyed the story and wanted more. So she decided to carry on writing, I personally am grateful for this.

Overall whether you read this book because you are a fan of Julie Butterfield or because you want to read about the cringeworthy moments that Fliss finds herself in you will enjoy this book. And if you weren't a fan of Julie before you read this book, you will be by the time you read the last sentence. You can get your copy HERE.

Until Next Time



Blog Tour: Up Close & Personal By Kathryn Freeman*

'She can’t let him out of her sight…

Sizzling chemistry, a page-turning will they/won’t they romance and the hottest twist on one of your favourite movies…

British actor Zac Edwards is the latest heartthrob to hit the red carpets. Hot, talented and rich, he sends women wild…all except one.
Close protection officer Kat Parker hasn’t got time to play celebrity games.  She has one job: to protect Zac from the stalker that seems to be dogging his every move.
Zac might get her hot under her very starched collar, but Kat’s a professional – and sleeping with Zac is no way part of her remit…'
This story is all about Kat Parker and Zac Edwards, these two couldn't be more different. Zac is an Actor while Kat is a bodyguard assigned to protect him. Over the course of the 37 Chapters (+Epilogue) you will fall in love with these characters as well as their story. With Chemistry that is clear from the moment these two meet, it makes for an interesting read. 
The chemistry that exists between Kat and Zac is simply sizzling, and it is clear to see from the start. The story is so interesting that it is easy for the reader to get sucked into and leave them wanting more. It is also interesting to see this side the entertainment business. 
However this book should come with a warning as the reader is apt to get their feelings involved in this book. It had this particular reader laughing and crying along with the characters, due to how invested you will be in their story. 
Now let's talk about the Author, Kathryn Freeman is a former Pharmacist, now medical writer who also writes Romance. She can go from a racing heart due to a medical condition to the cause being a hunky hero. She lives with her husband and two teenage boys. Her husband may not be the most  romantic man around valentines day but his unstinting support about her career change proves love isn't just about Hearts and Flowers and heroes come in many disguises. 
Overall this book was a joy to read and cemented in my mind what a good Author Kathryn Freeman is. This book really just makes me want to have more from the author in my collection. You can get your copy HERE.
Until Next Time