Thursday, 16 October 2014

Release Day Round Up #7

After last week's mega release there doesn't seem to be much going on this week, here is what I've picked for this week:

 Christmas Wedding at the Gingerbread Cafe (Gingerbread Cafe, #3)
Christmas Wedding at the Gingerbread Café by Rebecca Raisin
Released: 15th October 2014
Publisher: Carina UK
Pages: 304
Available on Kindle
You are invited to the wedding of the year!

Snow is falling thick and fast outside the Gingerbread Café and inside, its owner Lily is planning the wedding of the year. Her wedding! She never dreamt it would happen, but this Christmas, she’ll be marrying the man of her dreams - in a Christmas-card-perfect ceremony!

The gingerbread is baking, the dress is fitted and the mistletoe’s in place – for once, everything’s going to plan. That is until her mother-in-law arrives... Suddenly, Lily’s famous cool is being tested like never before and her dream wedding is crumbling before her eyes.

In the blink of a fairylight, the Gingerbread Café has been thrown into chaos! Lily thought she had this wedding wrapped up, but with so much to do before she says ‘I do’, can Lily get to the church on time – and make this Christmas sparkle after all?
I'm currently about a third of the way through this and it is brilliant, I really enjoyed the first two Gingerbread Café books but this is so much better, I love it! Also does this book just have the most beautiful cover, its truly gorgeous!
Forever His Darling
Forever His Darling by Sarah Randall
Released: 16th October 2014
Publisher: Carina UK
Available on Kindle
A little Christmas love in the country
Anastacia Harper is at the top of her modelling career - famous simply for being beautiful. But as Christmas approaches Ana can't face another holiday alone in the fake celebrity world she inhabits. She's desperate for a change of scenery and desperate to find the girl she once used to be...

Brooding and gorgeous, all Matt Darling wants to do this Christmas is lock the doors of Melville House and keep the world at bay. The last thing he needs is a model flouncing about in sequins pretending to be a country girl, but it looks like he doesn’t have a choice.

When the snow falls suddenly Ana and Matt find themselves trapped at Melville House with only each other for company. But there is magic in the air at Christmas that might just help Ana and Matt find exactly what they are looking for under the tree…
This looks like a really cute festive read, I love stories where initially people don't tend to gel and then they magically fall in love.
Snow Angels, Secrets and Christmas Cake
Snow Angels, Secrets and Christmas Cake by Sue Watson
Released: 17th October 2014
Publisher: Bookouture
Pages: 254
Available on Kindle
For Tamsin Angel, Christmas is always the biggest and best… chic parties and a little showbiz sparkle are a must. This year though, things aren’t going quite as planned…

With bailiffs suddenly at the door and her husband nowhere to be found, it looks like Christmas just got downsized. Moving into her sister’s one-bedroom flat, she wonders whether things will ever be the same again.

After losing her husband on Christmas Eve, Sam Angel has rebuilt her life around her son Jacob and her new business – The White Angel Bakery. She’s also found herself a very handsome, loving boyfriend, but is struggling to let go of the past.

Thrown together with a sprinkle of Christmas magic, Sam and Tamsin might just learn a little more about each other – and themselves. But when disaster strikes at the bakery, will they be able to save the day in time for Christmas?
I've almost finished reading this and when I have I will be sad, this book is brilliant, I've laughed all the way through and will be sad to leave Tamsin and Sam behind. I will have a full review of this book up on my blog tomorrow, so come back if you want to know more.
 Beneath the Moon and Stars
Beneath the Moon and Stars by Amelia Thorne
Released: 18th October 2014
Publisher: Carina UK
Available on Kindle
Joy Cartier has been to some of the most beautiful places in the world – but none of them have ever felt like home. So moving into a tiny cottage in the idyllic village of Bramble Hill, walking distance from her childhood home, seems like the perfect plan.

That is, until she gets there. The surly inhabitants of Britain’s Friendliest Village are anything but welcoming. Even her neighbour, reclusive Hollywood star Finn Mackenzie, takes one look at her and walks in the other direction.

But when the village animosity steps up a gear, it is the infuriatingly brooding Finn who keeps coming to her rescue. Slowly Joy begins to realise that maybe a happy home isn’t about where you live, but who you’re with…
This looks like it has a little bit of mystery about it and I think it could be quite good, hopefully I will get a chance to read it at some point. So there are my picks for this week, what have you got your eye on this week?

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