1. 'Home Is Where the Heart Is' - Freda Lightfoot
I really enjoy a good war-time romance every now and again. I couldn't read books set during war-time every week of the year, but this was definitely an enjoyable read!
2. 'The Exclusives' - Rebecca Thornton
A dark women's fiction read which I really quite enjoyed, even though it was nothing like I usually read.
3. 'The Very British Rules of Dating' - Lady Lara Asprey
I almost never read non-fiction books, which is why this was definitely something special for me. I received the book for review and actually enjoyed it more than I initially thought I would.
4. 'The Cuckoo's Calling' - Robert Galbraith
If I'm honest I'm not sure if I would have ever picked this up if it hadn't been written by J.K. Rowling, but I ended up really enjoying it!
5. 'That's Paris' - Vicki Lesage and other authors
An anthology with lots of short stories about the city of Paris. I usually prefer full-length novels and hardly ever read anthologies, but this was quite a good one which I found entertaining from start to finish.
6. 'No Place for a Lady' - Gill Paul
Loved this historical novel by amazing author Gill Paul <3
7. 'The Lost Child' - Ann Troup
Mystery, suspense, thriller... Definitely not usually my cup of tea but was really surprised by this book.