Tuesday, 31 January 2017

Tuesday Titles 117..

Everything But The Truth
Everything but the Truth : Gillian McAllister
Confession time: Everything But The Truth was a book I'd been wanting to read for a while, so I positively pounced upon the NetGalley email link when it arrived with a review request. I'd heard a lot about it and was kind of intrigued to see whether the book lived up to the hype. 

We're thrown straight into Jack and Rachel's relationship. They've been together merely months, but are expecting a baby. Still getting used to one another, Rachel begins to feel as though something isn't right and starts desperately looking for something to cement her feelings. Looking through Jack's iPad when an email pings in shows her that perhaps she does have reason to worry. Is there something Jack isn't telling her about his past? Can she trust him? How well does she know him? Rachel's internal monologue begins to drive her crazy as she becomes more and more desperate to find out what Jack's big secret is. 

Anyone who has ever been unsure of their place in a new relationship will be able to relate to Rachel in some way as she convinces herself that doing some recearch on Jack's past will throw up some secrets. Is she just assuming this to be the case, though? Rachel's growing neuroses become peppered with references to the fact that she might just be hiding her own secret. These become hints. Huge big hints, like the proverbial elephant footprints in the butter dish. In being so keen to hide her own secret, is she pushing her new boyfriend too far away as she tries to uncover what she thinks he's hiding? 

To be honest, I enjoyed this book more than I'd expected to. I'd take issue with the fact that it's being marketed as a psychological thriller - it just doesn't seem to fit there, but I'm finding it hard to pigeonhole this as anything other than domestic noir without the tension. But anyhow. McAllister seems keen to show off her legal backrground with references to the nuances of  the Scottish court system and that of the relatively recent introduction of Clare's Law. 

Throughout the book, I couldn't see how Rachel and Jack could possibly be right for one another, but perhaps that's what makes the book so realistic. Sometimes relationships can be as much about circumstance as anything else and the balance hangs in how you end up dealing with the things life decides to throw at you. Including any secrets your partner might be hiding. 

Monday, 30 January 2017

Things to smile about..

I think that this is going to be one of those lists which is mostly for my own benefit, but after my emotional outpouring last week, I think it's important that I focus on the fact that actually, there have been some good things going on, as well. Here are some of the things which are making me smile...

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  • Catching up with friends I've not seen in a while and making new ones.
  • My new car is even better than I'd anticipated. Really enjoying it.
  • Finding time to read my way through some of the books which have been waiting patiently. 
  • Getting a little bit of sewing done - I didn't manage to finish anything off but did some more on the quilt and repaired two dresses.
  • Getting my second best time at Parkrun. I was a little peeved that I only needed to be five seconds faster to get a PB, but I guess you can't have a best time every time, and I'm trying to put less pressure on myself.
  • Overcoming my demons about my shape and size and trying my first acro-yoga class. Which was amazing fun. I still felt like an absolute lump compared to the other people there, but it was okay and I wasn't laughed away for taking part. 
  • Spring cleaning - both emotionally and physically. I've dropped off so many bags to charity in the past week or so, recycled as much as possible and de-cluttering continues. I've also made sure that I've removed the toxic people from my life, so that's all good. 
  • Finding out that Emma's treatment for Lyme disease has been working well and donating what I could to her cause
  • Plans to see my favourite people - something which always makes me smile.
What's making you smile this week? 

Saturday, 28 January 2017

There's a snake in my boot..

Gilda Dress: Lindy Bop
I've been gradually making progress. With a lot of things. Tangibly, with reorganising my wardrobes, clearing out, selling and/or getting rid of old clothes and making way for the new. Ultimately I'm hoping it won't be too long until I;m moving anyway, but realistically I know that these things can take time and in the meantime, it's been nice and cathartic to feel as though progress is being made. However slowly.

Bag: Topshop
Thing I've definitely been happy to make space for recently have been this amazing new print from Lindy Bop - it's a border print covered in poodles and cats drinking cocktails. Frankly, what's not to love? Plus, it's the same style as my forest print dress, which is probably already one of my most-worn Lindy Bop dresses. I love the classic cut of a shirt dress - I always imagine them to cause me to be as effortlessly chic as the Ralph Lauren models, but I guess they're not quite that magical.

Aiken Boot: Lotus*
Also, some rather super new ankle boots; lovely red snakeskin ones with a wedge heel. I've not had a pair of Lotus Shoes before, although I've been aware of the brand for quite some time. When I was asked to choose my favourites, I decided that the Aiken boot were the perfect ones for me. They also come in a green or a black snakeskin, but I like the burgundy red of these. They have a lovely 8.5cm narrow wedge heel which feels nice and sturdy to walk in, and they fasten with a zip on the inside of the boot. I much prefer boots over heels when the ground is frosty; I'm not sure why.

Stockings: eBay

Friday, 27 January 2017

Friday Favourites 229..

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This week's picks seem to have ended up with a little heart theme. 

001: This Joanie dress is just one of their amazing selection of new items. I love the printed tie around the neck and I'm currently considering a return trip to New York, so maybe it's pretty apt.

002: I'm sure that I must have featured this Lindy Bop cardi before; it's just my cup of tea,

003: This Kate Spade typewriter satchel is basically my most-wanted thing in the world, right now. I know it's not heart-themed per se, but it's little Valentine style tag, which reads You're just my type has stolen my heart, that's for sure.

004: I've always got room for another pair of shoes with hearts on them. 

What's stolen your heart this week...?

Wednesday, 25 January 2017

So sick, so sick of being tired..And oh so tired of being sick..

I can't remember the last time I got a decent night's sleep. One which isn't qualified by the words "by my standards" anyway. I feel as though I've been wallowing for a little while now and although I hate it, I also don't think I know how to exit the spiral.

I know that when I read Rosie's newsletter recently, a lot of the things she mentioned seemed familiar. Endless tiredness; the feeling of lugging around a chunk of emotional baggage; I found myself nodding along. I feel lost.

I think I've reached one of those parts where it feels as though just about everything which could possibly implode already has, and I'm left to pick up the pieces and start afresh, with many things. I just don't know where to start, as there's so much of it to deal with. So I'm doing what I always do when my to-do list gets out of hand; I'm goldfishing my way through my days. That's the word I use when I start and then don't quite finish a lot of things, which really just adds to the chaos.


I thought I could deal with organised chaos. On the whole, I totally can. I can sweep that relationship break-up under the rug; I can cope with the fact that suddenly a lot of the people I could rely on have become so much more busy, or have moved away, or things have changed and I don't get to see them anymore; being told medical stuff I wish I'd not been told; and that incredible feeling of lost loneliness which seems to have washed over me lately. I think I'd have no problems at all dealing with all of these things, if they had happened one at a time rather than all in quick succession. Something else happened recently, which was big and scary and which I'm trying hard to sweep under that rug as well. We're going to need a bigger rug. 

I feel sad. And I feel tired. And I feel so tired of telling people that I'm feeling sad. That actually. no, I don't think I can meet up with them because I'm struggling with leaving the house on my own in the evenings. Because I know that it sounds pathetic. That look of disbelief when I admit to how I'm feeling - "but, you're one of the toughest people I know","what have you got to feel sad about?!"- I feel pathetic, and as though I should be able to snap out of it, but I don't know how to. So then, I keep it to myself for fear of the reaction, and the cycle starts again.

Last night, I was walking home and I suddenly felt as though I couldn't carry on, even though I've walked that way so many times before. I felt so scared, and so alone. Stupidly, I called the only person I'd ever rely on for something like that, and then remembered that I don't really know them anymore. I sat on the ground and let the tears fall, until they finished falling. I picked myself up and carried on. Which is what I need to do with all this other stuff. And I need to shake those anxious, alone feelings. There's nothing wrong with being on my own; I used to revel in it, for goodness sake. 

I know that I'm really lucky in so many ways: please don't think that I'm being ungrateful because I do appreciate so much in my life. I just think it's one of those tough moments. I guess I was brought up to think that showing my emotions wasn't strong, and that it was important to be strong. But sometimes, I don't know that that's the best way to deal with things at all. I've always put up this front and I find it very hard to let my guard down. -You can't get hurt that way, right?!-With new people, with old friends, with just about everything. One of my closest friends told me the other day that she feels as though she hardly knows me, and that made me really sad as well as making complete sense. 

I'm not really sure where this is going. What the point of this outpouring is. I'm afraid I'll never be as eloquent a writer as Rosie, or Kathy or Charlotte, but perhaps by letting these thoughts out, I'll find some headspace again. One can only hope. 

I definitely hope that things are going to pick up, pretty soon. I have a few things to look forward to at the moment, so I know I should be full of happy and excited feelings but I'm struggling to feel them. (Does that make any sense?! I fear it doesn't.)

If you need me, I'll be in my duvet fort. 

Tuesday, 24 January 2017

Tuesday Titles 116: Burned and Broken blog tour..

Burned and Broken : Mark Hardie

A vulnerable young woman, fresh out of the care system, is trying to discover the truth behind the sudden death of her best friend.
The charred body of a policeman - currently the subject of an internal investigation - is found in the burnt-out-shell of his car on the Southend seafront.
To DS Frank Pearson and DC Catherine Russell of the Essex Police Major Investigation Team, the two events seem unconnected. But as they dig deeper into their colleague's murder, dark secrets begin to emerge.
Can Pearson and Russell solve both cases, before more lives are destroyed?
It's not often that you find a debut crime novel which is up there with some of the most established writers of the genre, but I think that Burned and Broken is deserving of that title. I guess I struggle with crime reviews as there's so much I don't want to spoil by giving too much away. 

Our detective duo in this debut novel are Pearson and Russell, and there are as you might expect, the usual personal background issues, which make the two a little more 'real'. Also trying to find some answers is Donna Freeman - a young lady who is convinced that her friend has been murdered. 

Right from the very first chapter, Hardie describes the final moments of our first victim's life; the moment of realisation as he becomes aware of a match being thrown into the car in which he is stuck and injured. From this point, we are taken back to the days leading up to these gruesome events and suspicions are raised. 

Very nicely written; I'm only sad that it's a while until there will be a second book in the series - I'll definitely be eagerly awaiting it. 


Monday, 23 January 2017

I'll always remember the flame..

Dress: Lindy Bop 
Monday, again, already! I can barely believe how quickly that's rolled around again. I feel as though I can't keep up with things lately - super overwhelmed, and yet making gradual progress with some of the bigger things, I guess. This weekend was spent freezing half to death at Parkrun, then freezing half to death in a tent, then thawing out at a friend's house for lunch and then with my favourites for the evening. I'm trying to ignore a couple of frustrating discoveries that I was sad to make. Ignore, block, ignore again.

Bag: Vendula London
These shoes have been sitting on one of the shelves for a while now and it was only when I saw someone's Instagram photo that I remembered that I had some of them, and hadn't yet worn them. I liked the mix of colours in the big perspex bow on the front, and decided it would match nicely with this floral print, my trusty piano bar bag and a mustard cardigan which I picked up in a blog sale. I've rationalised all of my knitwear recently, getting rid of a huge pile of things I no longer wear, or anything which looks tatty, and it felt pretty good to get rid of things I no longer need.

Shoes: Irregular Choice
Here's hoping the week ahead is a little more positive now that I can finally leave one of my worst and most controlling demons in the past. 

Friday, 20 January 2017

Friday Favourites 228..

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So much sparkly wonderfulness on this week's wishlist. On the one hand, I'm very pleased that it's Friday but on the other, it feels like it's been a bit of a surreal one. I have too many plans to fit into one weekend, but knowing me, I'll give it a good go... But, what we're really all here for...this week's wishlist.

001: After the first outing for my beautiful knights necklace, I had a little browse of the La Vidriola sale and this princess castle has rather stolen my heart. All of their jewellery is so cute and whimsical and fun.

002: Irregular Choice have released their lovely Nick of Time heels in some pretty new colours - pale green and lilac are my favourites!

003: Ahhh. Lindy Bop! Their new amazing prints. I love this gorgeous landscape print and the heart pockets are the perfect finishing touch. Heart-eyes-emoji, indeed.

004: This colouring book looks amazing. I'm rather enjoying the whole colouring revival, lately and these illustrations look amazing. The perfect way to spend a couple of hours of relaxing evening time on my upcoming flights to Switzerland.

005: I'm a sucker for a novelty bag - so much love for this new Joanie one. <3 

What are you wishing for this week??

Thursday, 19 January 2017

He's a cold-hearted snake..

Bag: Topshop
Ah, the lovely Lindy Bop have done it again. I've been lusting after this dress with the cute heart-shaped cut out section at the back for a while, so I couldn't resist it when it was reduced recently.

In other news, I'm feeling so much better today. I spent the evening with some of my favourites and talked things over. So much better. And I think I've decided on my new car. So that's cool.

Cardigan: Lindy Bop

Dress: Lindy Bop
Wiskers heels: Irregular Choice

Wednesday, 18 January 2017

Here's to the fools who dream..

Dress: Joanie Clothing
Just in case I hadn't mentioned them enough lately, I bought two dresses in the post-Xmas Joanie Clothing sale and this is one of them. I love the cosy fabric, which has a bit of a wool mix feel to it, and anything with a cute collar is a winner for me. It's a kind of muted tartan print, and I decided to pick out the green in the check with this pair of studded boots, which I haven't worn in I don't know how long. 

Dinosaur Bag: ASOS 
I feel as though it's been a shit of a week, so far. But hey, we're halfway through and tonight I'm off to see some of my favourite people. I also saw La La Land last night and ohmygosh it was amazing. Just glorious. (We'll ignore the part of last night's story where I drove home through so many tears that I had to wait for them to stop before I could see well enough to reverse to park the car, but still). 

Shoes: Truffle
Another cute addition to the bag cupboard - this amazing little dino. I am currently (of course!) lusting over the Kate Spade dinosaurs, but I'll have to sell a lot more of my outsorted clothes (sale page here) before I'd be able to justify ordering one. This little guy is super cute, and makes a good alternative. Bravo, ASOS.

Cardigan: H+M
Other things of note....I've worn this necklace so much lately that I ended up with a bruised neck. So have retired it for a little while. It's a serious favourite at present, though. 

Choker: Kate Spade

Tuesday, 17 January 2017

Tuesday Titles 115: Relativity blog tour..

Relativity - Antonia Hayes

Ethan is an exceptionally gifted young boy, obsessed with physics and astronomy.

His single mother Claire is fiercely protective of her brilliant, vulnerable son. But she can’t shield him forever from learning the truth about what happened to him when he was a baby; why Mark had to leave them all those years ago.
Now age twelve, Ethan is increasingly curious about his past, especially his father’s absence in his life.  When he intercepts a letter to Claire from Mark, he opens a lifetime of feelings that, like gravity, will pull the three together again.
Relativity is a tender and triumphant story about unbreakable bonds, irreversible acts, and testing the limits of love and forgiveness.

Oh goodness, where to even begin with this book. It's one of those which will stick with you after you've finished it. 

Ethan is not an ordinary child. Being brought up by mother, he's never met his father and it eventually becomes clear why this is. The book is written in alternating chapters between the perspectives of Ethan and his parents, and I enjoyed the contrast between his differing outlook on the world with that of his mother and father. 

I also really enjoyed the physics references, interwoven within the story. Coming from someone who wishes they knew more about science and physics and listens to just about anything Prof. Brian Cox ever presents in a hope of absorbing more information, I felt as though there is so much to learn and it put a lot into perspective for me. 

Relativity is a book I'd implore you to read; it's just lovely. 


Find out what the other bloggers on the blog tour thought of Relativity.

Monday, 16 January 2017

Born to a mountain slide..

Tights: Marks & Spencer
Another day, another Lindy Bop dress. I'm becoming set in my ways, it seems. I'd roll my eyes, but it's not my fault that they seem to be using the best print designer ever at the moment. 

After spending a weekend clearing out my wardrobes and getting rid of a chest of drawers which just really does not function any longer, I'm resolving to be more restrained and actually wear what I already own. Plus, moving house is scary enough - surely it makes sense to get rid of as much as possible before you actually have to move it all...

Christie Ski Print Dress: Lindy Bop
With the dodgy heating in my office, I've been layering up to the best of my ability lately, and these tights (an Xmas present), seemed to match the cute skiing print of the dress and also these Irregular Choice heels pretty nicely.

Prim Rose heels: Irregular Choice
This cardigan seems to be one of those things I can just throw on over everything to make it immediately more cosy (and infinitely less stylish / more frumpy, probably), but I was grateful of the extra warmth. Am wondering whether it's socially acceptable to take my duvet to work.

Cardigan: H+M // Piano Bar Bag: Vendula London
 Am still completely obsessed with this piano bar bag - it's large enough to carry just about everything I need with me to the office, so I've been using it almost every day for the past couple of weeks. I love it!

Sunday, 15 January 2017

Sunday Shoes 129..


New shoes: probably the best way to cheer up a bit of a rotten week. I was browsing the post-Xmas sales and realised that these pretty shoe boots had been reduced and that I could suddenly afford to cover them with a gift voucher I'd been given. That kind of means free shoes, which surely makes them even better?! 


Anyhow, I was excited to unbox these just as soon as they arrived. The style is called Sassle and they're by Irregular Choice (naturally). More of a shoe boot than their usual heel shape, they feature scallops, cutout floral leather and the trademark oilslick finish which seems to be popping up in so many IC styles lately. They're finished off with a nice big bow on the front and are bascially perfect, in my opinion. 

Sassle Bootie - Irregular Choice 
I think these would look amazing with a pair of brightly coloured tights so that you could see them through the cut out sections. I think that's my plan whilst the weather is how it's been lately, anyhow. 


Saturday, 14 January 2017

Maybe I like this roller coaster..

Lavanna Dress: Lindy Bop // Tights: H+M
This week has seen temperatures dropping, so I've been all about the layers. Thick tights, dresses with cosy jumpers over them. Shark heels (well, that has nothing to do with the cold really). 
I have to admit, when I first saw this dress I figured I'd wear it with red, mostly down to it's cute red patch pockets, I guess. 

Bag: Xmas Gift // Carpe Diem heels: Irregular Choice
Somehow instead I decided to go with this cosy pale blue jumper, dark tights with teeny polka dots, and my shark heels, which I guess have a little red on them. This awesome handbag, which was a very kind Christmas gift from the lovely Kezzie seemed like the perfect thing with the retro print of roller skates and radios.

Jumper: Primark
I haven't much else to say at the moment. Some really rubbish things have happened, but they're kind of massive and I don't know where or how to start. So I'll just keep this focussed on the pretty shoes. Seems safer. 

Friday, 13 January 2017

Friday Favourites 227..

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Friday again? Crazy. 2017 already seems to have upped the ante in terms of busy week, but I managed to snatch a little time in one of my lunch breaks this week to have a little pootle about on the New In sections on my favourite sites. Here's what caught my eye..

001: Every time I visit the Lindy Bop site there's something amazing in the New In section. Topping my list this week is this awesome retro cocktail bar print. Seriously, though. It has cats, in a cocktail bar. Super retro and super cute. So far, it seems to be available in a dress and a skirt version.

002: Joanie Clothing are introducing some new bits as well, and as soon as we saw it, Alex and I decided we needed this tee in our lives. As self-confessed founders of the Two-Drink-Brunch-Club, it only seems right and proper. 

003: Vendula are definitely pulling out the big guns this year, it seems. This parrot bag is yet another of their new designs which I've fallen for. Completely head over heels for this embroidery detail and the 3D flowers adorning the front. I'll be making some space in my wardrobe for this one!

004: Possibly my favourite Joanie dress thus far. I'm a sucker for a border print, lately and this one is just perfect with the bow detail to the waist. It's got me dreaming of summer holidays already, but I think it would also be pretty perfect with a cardigan for the current colder days. 

005: Harness bras seem to have stolen my heart. I've added several new ones to my lingerie drawer lately after a huge clearout of everything I no longer wore or had changed my mind about. Obviously the sparkles on this one are what's selling it for me.. 

006: New shoes are always needed, right? I love that these sandals have cute little goldfish on the front, combined with a translucent blue heel which gives a watery effect. Bravo, ASOS! 

Anything new caught your eye this week?

Thursday, 12 January 2017

Blog Tour: Girls on Fire..

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Girls on Fire : Robin Wasserman 

It starts with a suicide and ends with a death.

My third blog tour stop of the week - I've spent a lot of my festive break reading, as you can tell! 

The first few pages of Girls on Fire asks the reader to imagine two girls; you see examples everywhere of that kind of friendship. Two ordinary girls, wrapped up in their own little bubble; their world. We then hear about Hannah's friendship with new girl, Lacey.

Moving in from out of town, Lacey bonds with Hannah (who is nothing special; an entirely unexciting yet relateable high school kid) over their mutual hatred for Nikki Drummond (who plays the role of Queen of their school, her popularity increased tenfold at the news that Nikki's boyfriend commits suicide in the woods on Halloween night).

I found these classroom figures easy to picture, drawing similarities to Lacey and Hannah (who is renamed Dex by Lacey, as she thinks it's a better name), and remembering how intense those friendships can be when you're growing up in a small town together. The two of you against the world, it can seem that nothing can be so intense, right?

Lacey's past comes out and she's a driving force in persuading Dex to push her boundaries. Obsessed with the grunge scene, there are endless Kurt Cobain references Nirvana providing the soundtrack to the girls' road trips to the sea, experimenting with boys and drugs and Satanic rituals. 

Girls on Fire is definitely towing the adult side of the YA line, but it's compelling. A slow burner (pun intended), I have no doubt it will hook you right up until it's chilling crescendo. 

See what the others thought of it in the coming days..


Wednesday, 11 January 2017

Blog Tour: Meet Me at Beachcomber Bay..

Meet Me at Beachcomber Bay final jacket
Meet Me at Beachcomber Bay : Jill Mansell 

I know that this is not the first time I've waxed lyrical about my love for Jill Mansell and her books. I therefore could not have been more enthusiastic to kick off the blog tour for her new title; Meet Me at Beachcomber Bay.

A small town in Cornwall, St Carys is home to our main group of characters. I remember being told by a primary school English teacher that it didn't do to have more than a couple of main characters in a book, as it can get confusing; Jill's books always make me think of this, as they're a perfect example of that teacher being wrong. I love the way that there's a faint connection between many of the characters in the way that only a small community can provide and it works to make them feel even more homely and welcoming to the reader, making them feel like part of the town.

Frankly, I loved Clemency and was desperately hoping she would somehow get her happy ending.

I know it probably doesn't come as a surprise to anyone that I loved this book, but I really think it appeals to any reader rooting for love to come through. Hopelessly romantic, yet at the same time entirely down to earth and relatable, Jill's writing style always makes me feel as though I know her merry band of characters.

Anyway, I've been allowed to share an extract from the first chapter with you, so that you can see for yourself.

Chapter 1

Sometimes it only takes a split second for a state of absolute calm to turn to one of horror and panic.
‘Oh  dear, poor  thing. Clemency turned  to  watch as  a purple-faced businessman in a too-tight suit hurtled across the  concourse at Malaga airport in  the  direction  of the departure gates, panting and grunting as he ran and scattering small children in his wake.
The British girl who was working on the Chanel stand in duty-free said, ‘Honestly,  its amazing how many people dont bother to pay attention to the boards.Yesterday there was a party of fifteen Spanish guys in one of the bars and they were so busy watching a football match on TV that they ended up missing their flight. Imagine!’
‘Thats  crazy, Clemency marvelled, trying a purple eyeshadow shot with gold sparkly bits on the back of her hand. Nice.
‘Oh, we see everything here. So many people dont even turn up at the airport until their flights about to close.
I couldnt do that. I always like to give myself loads
of time. Then  I know I can really relax, Clemency said


happily, ‘and spend ages iduty-free trying out  all the make-up.
Which was why another forty minutes had passed before she finally arrived at the  checkout  to  pay for the  new lipstick shed chosen, because these things took time, and choosing the perfect lipstick was important.
The  bored-looking  cashier said, ‘May  I  check  your boarding pass, please?’
Clemency glanced down  at her left hand, the one that should have been clutching her passport. The passport with the boarding pass neatly tucked inside it.
She looked down at the hand and saw that it was clutching instead a handful of perfume card samplers, each one sprayed with a different scent.
And that was the moment absolute calm turned to horror and panic.

Just in time, said the female attendant as Clemency hurtled towards the departures desk. We  were about to close the gate!’
Clemency couldnt speak. She wanted to fall to her knees and gulp air into her burning lungs, but there was no time; she was already being ushered out through the sliding doors and across the tarmac towards the waiting plane. Her drag- along case was banging against her ankles, perspiration was trickling down her spine and her mouth was dry as she struggled up  the  clanky metal steps, still hyperventilating. Oh  God, she could only imagine the colour of her face. She must be puce.
The male flight attendant greeted her with a wink. ‘Nice
of you to decide to join us. Welcome on board.

Beachcomber Bay Blog Tour

The tour continues - make sure that you head over to #BeachcomberBay soon. I could not recommend this book more.