‘The Greek Persuasion’ by Kimberly K. Robeson

A book that made me want to sit out in the sun, watching the sea and drinking my coffee in complete peace and satisfaction.  Well, too bad that while reading it (a couple of weeks before this post is airing) I was in the middle of a move from a temporarily very grey and rainy middle European country to...well, another temporarily very grey and rainy European country. And unfortunately, as I was very busy, I had to read this book taking small parts at a time, over more than a week. I have to admit that it didn't help a lot with completely enjoying the story... I still found it very interesting, atmospheric, and I found myself drawn in again and again - and that probably means a lot. Let's see what 'The Greek Persuasion' is about!

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Blog Tour: ‘Nobody’s Wife’ by Laura Pearson

Today my post is the last stop at the 17 days long blog tour for 'Nobody's Wife', written by Laura Pearson! Some of you might have already heard about her because of her debut novel 'Missing Pieces' which had a pretty great reception. In the last 2 weeks (and more) everything has probably been said, but what I gather from the reviews on Goodreads (the book's also been available on NetGalley), everybody had a different experience with it. It is indeed a very interesting book, and I can't wait to share my own journey through its pages!

‘Blackberry and Wild Rose’ by Sonia Velton

It's been a while since the last time I read historical fiction, and I love them, so I decided 'Blackberry and Wild Rose' was going to be my next read. And I loved it! This is a wonderful and promising debut novel, and I loved the journey to another time, another place. Oh, I'd missed time-traveling by books so much! It's good to be back. This time, in 18th century London.

‘More Than Bones’ by Craig David Singer

After reading several mysteries and Christmas themed books (for some reason I read more of the first ones when I feel like wrapping myself up in a blanket and just watch the cold and dark weather from the inside), I decided to mix it up a little, and I chose the next book from my NetGalley pile that gets published. It seemed like a nice change, yet it sounded like one that would still not be too much during the rest of the holidays.  Well, I was wrong. This book had nothing to do with that cozy tea drinking holiday feel I imagined myself to be reading. I caught up, though, so after the first couple of pages it didn't bother me anymore. I have many thoughts on this one, they have created a complete chaos in my head, but I do my best to conduct them to you. Maybe a cup of coffee would make you good while reading this.

‘The Christmas Forest’ by Rebecca Boxall

This is the second Christmas-themed book I've read just a bit before the holiday. I don't remember ever reading Christmas themed book on purpose around this time of year, I thought it would be just as cheesy as the over-repeated Christmas sings playing everywhere since the beginning of November (!!)... but I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked to read these.