It was lovely to see the sun shining here in Wales yesterday, it is a welcome changed to the stormy weather we have been having.  We hit 24k Instagram followers this week, a very big thank you to all our followers.  This month has been a reading month, curled up in a chair by a warm fire with a good book.  No better way to see January through.  I am on my fifth book already this year, and my reading challenge is going well.

We love working with publishers and authors and always welcome proof copies of books in return for an open and honest review.  Today we are hosting the blog tour for "If I Fall" by Ella Harper, we loved this book - and it caused us "book sleep deprivation" but was well worth it.  Once you start reading this, you cannot stop.

Prosecco and Promises

by A L Michael

Meet Mia: An unforgettable heroine learning the meaning of life and love on a beautiful Italian island.

Perfect for fans of Mhairi McFarlane, Lindsey Kelk and Lucy Vine. Mia’s dad has always been her idol. Now, she faces losing him and he is insisting that she leave England to visit her mother’s family on the Italian island of Ischia. Arriving on the island, Mia is embraced by the warm, crazy relatives she hardly knows. Despite her doubts about the trip, it is in Italy that Mia discovers connections to a part of her life that’s been missing, and during the sun-soaked days and steamy nights Mia falls for handsome local Salvatore. But as the day of her departure draws nearer can she risk having her heart broken twice in one summer? 

If you love Prosecco and Promises, why not read more about Mia’s best friend Savvy in Cocktails and Dreams? Out now!

Our Review

A story of family, friendships, love and grief, that will break and warm the heart.  An enjoyable read that will make you smile and will touch your heart. A story that is captivating and has great depth to it.  Once you start reading you will not be able to stop.

Mia spends most of her time on Ischia, if you love Italy you will love the descriptions of the scenery, food and Italian culture.  Whilst reading, I felt like I was sat watching the characters rather than reading.

You may wonder why Mia is in Italy, her father is dying of cancer, his wish for her is not to be there at the end of his life, to see him suffer.  Instead, he wants Mia to visit Ischia and spend time with her mothers family, returning only when he has passed away and leaving her father in the care of her step mother Majorie.

Mia meets her grandmother, aunt and cousins and stays with them.  Her grandmother is hostile towards her and we later learn this is due to her losing her daughter (Mia's Mother) to her father when they married and moved away from Ischia.  No spoilers, but it's a watch this space with their relationship.  Mia spends time with her aunt cooking Italian food and learning of her mother.

It's not long before Mia discovers an antique shop, she remembers visiting with her father.   She meets Antonio (shop owner) and Salvatore (Antonio's grandson) who is back from the USA.  There are two sides to Salvatore, an abrasive rude edge, and underneath someone who is very different.  Mia spends time with them both and friendships are kindled.  Love and friendship based on the small thoughtful gestures.  No Spoilers so moving along swiftly.

Mia helps out with the shop, she has a deep passion for history and sorting the shop and its artefacts bring her great pleasure.  Until, her return to UK when her father dies, where Mia learns more of her step mother and their relationship develops further.

Thank you to Ellie at Canelo, and A L Michael for the advanced copy and invite to join the blog tour.

Blog Tour

Publication Availability

Prosecco and Promises was published by Canelo on 12 February you can purchase copies using the following links:

Serendipity Loves x

* We received an advanced copy of Prosecco and Promises from Canelo, in return for an open and honest review. #proseccoandpromises
We are officially into February, the month where the nights start to get lighter and the days a little longer.  But we are still in that time of year where we love nothing more than curling up on the sofa with a good book.  We have had some exciting book post this month and continue to work with a number of publishers and authors, reviewing advanced copies of books.

Today we are hosting the blog tour for "Unconvicted" by Olly Jarvis, a legal thriller with a difference.


by Olly Jarvis

In a razor-sharp legal thriller, Jack Kowalski must win two challenging trials to save his reputation and his career
Junior barrister Jack Kowalski is crushed. His client Timothy Smart appears to have committed a monstrous crime while on bail – a bail application Jack fought hard to win.
When a high-profile Polish footballer is charged with rape and demands a fellow countryman represent him, Jack must overcome his guilt and get back to work. Before long he takes on a second case, a GBH for instructing solicitor Lara Panassai, who Jack remains desperate to impress. But neither case is what it seems, and Jack will face an extraordinary uphill battle to see that justice is done…
The second Jack Kowalski novel, Unconvicted is a gripping courtroom drama written with the expert insight of a practicing criminal barrister, perfect for fans of William L. Myers, Deborah Hawkins, and Scott Turow.

Our Review

I studied and enjoyed, A-level law and business law as part of my University degree. I had the choice between two professions, Law or Accountancy. I decided to follow my heart and mind, both were telling me to chose the Accountancy route.  But, I always wondered what life would be like as a Barrister.  Unconvicted written by Olly Jarvis, who himself is a criminal barrister, has given me that insight  through an enjoyable, entertaining and easy reading page turner of a novel.  

This is the first legal thriller of this nature I have read and it is not a disappointment, it is a courtroom drama and gives an insight into life as a barrister.  Whilst this is the second book in the series, it can be read standalone.  However, as I was reading, I could not but help feel like I was missing some history between a few of the characters that perhaps the first in the series would answer..... will get back to you on this one when I have read it.

We were delighted to be given an advanced copy of Unconvicted and could not wait to start reading it.  The main character is Jack Kowalski, who is a criminal defense barrister in Manchester.  He has strong family values, a sensitive nature and high moral values.  Through the story we gain an insight in to his personal life, his families Polish traditions and also his romantic feelings towards Lara Panissi (solicitor).

Jack is successful in his bail application for Timothy Smart, but that case has only just begun.  Whilst on bail, Timothy is suspected of committing a murderous crime.  In addition, a Polish footballer (Gustaw Nowark) whose case is false allegation of rape.  Has a preference for a defense Barrister of Polish descent to defend him, and he request Jack.  A third case, Gary Dixon who has a record of petty crime is alleged to have attacked an elderly man during a burglary.  The latter cases Jack accepts to impress Lara.

With the three cases running one after the other, Jacks persistence to seek the facts and his analytical mind always pays off.  It’s enjoyable reading to find Jack obtaining relevant case and character information, and putting things together to defend the cases.  It would be very easy with three cases running for the story to become confusing.  Olly Jarvis has a clever and articulate way of writing that ensures the readers mind is captured, whilst creating mystery without causing confusion.  Highly recommended.

There are not many books written in a series that I would opt to read, but there is always the exception and this is mine.  The characters are engaging, the book written in short chapters which makes for an enjoyable read. Look forward to reading the next one.

Thank you to Ellie at Canelo, and Olly Jarvis for the advanced copy and invite to join the blog tour.

Blog Tour

Publication Availability

Unconvicted was published by Canelo on 29th January, you can purchase a copy using the following links:


Serendipity Loves x

* We received an advanced copy of Unconvicted from Canelo, in return for an open and honest review. #unconvicted
It was lovely to see the sun shining here in Wales yesterday, it is a welcome changed to the stormy weather we have been having.  We hit 24k Instagram followers this week, a very big thank you to all our followers.  This month has been a reading month, curled up in a chair by a warm fire with a good book.  No better way to see January through.  I am on my fifth book already this year, and my reading challenge is going well.

We love working with publishers and authors and always welcome proof copies of books in return for an open and honest review.  Today we are hosting the blog tour for "If I Fall" by Ella Harper, we loved this book - and it caused us "book sleep deprivation" but was well worth it.  Once you start reading this, you cannot stop.

If I Fall

by Ella Harper

Four university friends, four devastating secrets. 

I'm really sorry for what I'm about to do...  It's fifteen years since graduation, and Connie, Jonas, JJ and Layla have managed to remain close despite the odds.

They've supported each other, but are some things to big for friendship?  

Connie is desperate to maintain the veneer of perfect family life.

Jonas is feeling the pressure at work. Layla's career is unraveling thanks to her ill mother.

JJ's past is catching up him.

When they stumble and fall, who will be there to catch them? 

A truly powerful and unforgettable story of love, friendship, and to catch them?  A truly powerful and unforgettable story of love, friendship and real life.

If I Fall is perfect for readers of Alice Peterson, Amanda Prowse and Lianne Moriarty.

Our Review

Without a doubt this is a heartfelt tale of love, loss, family and friendship.  It is true you never know what goes on behind closed doors of friends and family.  We all know one of those individuals who always seems happy and wears a smile, but our intuition tells us deep down something isn't right.  But all we can do is be there for them and if they need to talk they know they can.

This story really makes you think about what goes on behind those closed doors, and what those individuals are going through.  You may get a glimmer but it is the unknown  and only those on the inside of the door will truly know.

This book opens up those doors and we learn of the four friends who graduated from University fifteen years ago.

The Characters:

1. Connie who is a home maker and professional blogger, she is also a journalist and left her full time job to bring up her daughters.  She is married to Jonas.

2. Jonas is a lawyer, working for an extremely demanding boss.  He is under significant stress and pressure at work.

3. Layla is a therapist and runs her business from her home, this is to enable her to take care of her Mum who we learn has advanced dementia.

4.  JJ is a sports coach and also a bachelor, he finds it difficult to commit to any of the women he meets and has been carrying a dark secret, that weighs heavily on his shoulders, from his childhood.  A secret that taunts him every day.  Both Connie and JJ dated during their university days.

All of the friends have different careers and each has been very successful.  They have kept in touch and often meet at dinner parties, for coffee, at each others houses.  But as time and life has moved on each has different responsibilities and their individuals lives are starting to crumble from under their feet.  Each turning to each other, but not always unveiling the full extent to which their lives are falling apart. And no matter what each of them is going through, they are always there for each other.

This book grips your attention, the characters are incredibly easy to get to know and very likeable.  The story is told through individual chapters that relate to one of the four friends, often rotating between all of them, this adds to the enjoyment of the story and makes for compulsive page turning reading.  As their lives unfold, sometimes you will be laughing and sometimes you will be moved to tears.  
The book starts with one of the four friends attempting to commit suicide, you don't know who and as the story unfolds it could be any of the four that falls.... who is it... there is only one way to find out.... no spoilers here....!

The ending is almost to good to be true, but after all it is a story and it's good to know how they all finally settle with their lives, that's of course if they do.....

An easy read, which you cannot put down once you start.  I finished this one at 2:15am, well worth the sleep deprivation.

Thank you to Ellie at Canelo, and Ella Harper for the advanced copy and invite to join the blog tour.

Blog Tour

Publication Availability

If I fall was published by Canelo on 22 January, you can purchase copies using the following links:


Serendipity Loves x

* We received an advanced copy of If I fall from Canelo, in return for an open and honest review. #IfIFall

Incredibly excited to be taking part in our first official blog tour with Penguin UK.  We were delighted to be contacted by Rosie and Hayley with a request to post a proof copy of The Intruder to us and to join the blog tour.

We love post, but book post is our favorite.

The Intruder by P. S. Hogan

He has the key to hundreds of houses.  Maybe even to yours.

A gripping, sinister, deeply unsettling novel from the most sociopathic narrator of 2018.  Meet Mr Heming...

William Heming is an estate agent.  He's kept a copy of every key to every house he's ever sold.  sometimes he visits them.  He lets himself in when the owners are out.  But what will happen if he gets caught?

What will he do next?

Our Review

One word - UNIQUE.

An exceptionally talented author with an amazing imagination. P S Hogan has taken an every day occurrence, that affects all of us at some time in our lives and written a captivating story line.  A story that has stayed in my mind since I finished reading it.  This book has even reached my "must read again" shelf.  It really is that type of book, I need to read again.

You may ask why? Well, we have nearly all bought, or no someone who has, through an estate agent.  But, the burning question is - Did you change the locks after purchase?  Something that is very easy to over look in the excitement of moving home.  The second question - Do you know who has a set of, or copies of your keys?  It's easy to mislay your keys, but during that time, do you really know where they were and who had them?  A little food for thought.  After reading The Intruder, you will want to know the answers to those questions with certainty.

You See, William Hemming is the main character in the book and is an estate agent.   He has a key to every house he has sold.  And if he doesn't have the key, it's not long before he obtains a copy.  These are the keys that hang on his walls at his rental property.  William frequently lets himself into the houses, whilst the owners are out, and takes the opportunity to get to know the new owners.  Breakfast in one home, dinner in another and sleeping in the attic of another.  Creepy..... ever wondered what the noise was in your attic.  As I look up to my loft hatch......

The early chapters of the book, are a little slow, but so very relevant to understand his character.  It is in these chapters we gain an insight into his mischievous school days and learn of his character.  He has, without a doubt, a very clever way of dealing with what he feels is unjustified behavior towards him.

Following his exclusion from school (no spoilers here as to why) Hemming takes an internship in a  village estate agency. Soon to become his future career, and one that lends itself well to his character.   He becomes the village guardian angel, ensuring those who do wrong and handed out their own karma.  When he witnesses a village resident hitting a car and driving off, he ensures the victim is protected and the guilty pays for his crime.  How many of us get annoyed when dog owners do not pick up their dog doodles.  Heming takes action into his own hands.  It is this part of his character that had me laughing out loud and smiling.  I found myself, smiling often, and hoping that type of guardian angel is around to protect innocent people.

All is well and we follow Heming on his adventure until one day, whilst in one of the homes he becomes aware he is not alone.  What happens next is for you to read.......

This book is exceptionally written a thriller that will make you laugh, look up to your attic, double check where you have left things and every time you pick up your house keys it will make you smile and think of The Intruder.  I loved this book, and will without a doubt read it again.  Definitely, one to watch out for on the book shelves.

Thank you to Rosie and Hayley at Penguin UK for the proof copy and we wish you both well in your new jobs.  Look forward to working with you on future book reviews.

Blog Tour

Today sees us hosting the fourth day of the official blog tour, please do drop by and visit the other reviews over the coming days.

Publication Availability

The Kindle version of The Intruder will be published by Transworld and will available from 1 February 2018 through Amazon here.

The UK Paperback version will be published by Black Swan and will be available 31 May 2018 and you can pre-order a copy through Amazon here. 

Definitely a book not to be missed,

Serendipity Loves x

* We received an advanced proof copy of The Intruder from Penguin UK, in return for an open and honest review. #TheIntruder
Christmas was almost two and a half weeks ago, and we are now nine days into January.  I am wondering how the time is flying by.  We have seen some bitterly cold winter days here in Wales over the past weeks, but no where near as cold as our friends over in America.  There closest city is Pennsylvania, but they live in the northerly forest region of the state and are currently experiencing extremely cold weather.  As I write this blog, their current temperatures are well below freezing point in the middle of the day and living in a remote area they are constantly fighting frozen pipes.

I really don't mind these cold winter days, I much prefer spring, but winter is something we have to contend with.  There is nothing I love more than relaxing by our open fire in my favourite chair reading.

Today, sees us on our fourth blog tour with Canelo.  It is always a pleasure to work with them and their authors.  We were excited to be invited to be taking part in this blog tour and have had great pleasure in reviewing "Dreaming of Florence" by T A Williams.

Dreaming of Florence by T. A. Williams

Fresh pasta, red wine, fine art... and love?  Find enchantment this year in the magical city of Florence.  

When Debbie Waterson's bicycle crashes into handsome doctor Pierluigi, she wonders if her luck has changed. Determinedly single after ending a long relationship, at last, a man worth bumping into!

Inspired to visit Florence, she soon runs headlong into that old foe: reality.  But is Pierluigi the man of her dreams?  Then there is her booze obsessed boss, his forbidding secretary and her noisy inconsiderate neighbours.  But could her luck be about to change? Will she find love after all?

Warm hearted and unputdownable, Dreaming of Florence is the perfect escape for readers of Holly Martin, Tilly Tennant and Jenny Oliver.

Our Review

Those who follow us will know, we love Italy and we love reading.  Dreaming of Florence gave us both, during these cold winter months.  There is a part of my heart that lives in Italy and every time I return it feels like my second home.  

Dreaming of Florence is without a doubt a feel good, warm hearted read. Perfect for these cold winter days and nights.  The story is easy reading and moves quickly.

All the characters are unique and relatable. We are quickly introduced to Debbie, the main character. She has recently split from her long term boyfriend and the future in her teaching job is uncertain.  She is knocked off her bike by an Italian doctor - Pierluigi. Is fate intervening for Debbie to bring her happiness? Pierlugi is from Florence, a city Debbie has had vivid dreams of for many years.  Pierlugi returns to Florence.

It’s not long before Debbie makes a fresh start as an opportunity becomes available as an English Language teacher in Florence. She moves to the city, finds an apartment and makes a fresh start.  And fate steps in, no spoilers here so I’ll leave it there. Do all her dreams come true and who is living in the apartment next to her, Dario. 

I love the book cover, it’s eye catching. It characters throughout are likeable and you feel like you are living Debbie’s life with her.  The descriptions of Florence are vivid throughout.  You walk the streets with Debbie, feeling the warmth of the sun, smelling the aroma of the Italian food and looking at the scenery.  Florence is on my places to visit and this book has brought it closer to the top.  When Dario takes Debbie to visit local places and restaurants off the beaten track, the unseen tourist areas are experienced whilst reading.

It’s a story that will make you laugh out loud and smile. A book of friendship, travel and classic romance. Perfect for the cold dark winter days. 

Thank you to both Canelo and T A Williams  for the advanced copy, I am certainly going to track down more of his books.

Blog Tour

We are on the second day of the blog tour with Kraftireader, please do take the time to visit the other blogs for their reviews.

Publication Availability
Dreaming of Florence, was published by Canelo on 8th January 2018 and is currently available for purchase through the following links
Amazon (UK)
Apple Books (UK)
Kobo (UK)

Further reviews can be found on Goodreads.


Serendipity Loves x

* We received an advanced copy of Dreaming of Florence from Canelo, in return for an open and honest review. #Dreamingofflorence

It has been awhile since we put our fingers to the keyboard and typed a blog, flu and chronic sinusitis took a hold before Christmas.  Hopefully, six weeks of antibiotics and many home remedies has killed the germs.  We have had a very relaxing Christmas here at Serendipity Loves HQ, lots of time spent relaxing with family. 

It seems strange as you get older, strange in that money really can not buy the gifts you want on Christmas morning and for the holiday duration.  The only gift we truly wanted this year, is to be in the company of our family, in full health.  And as each year passes, it becomes a cherished gift to be all together for another year, reminiscing and making new memories.

2017 Best Nine

Many of you will know us from Instagram (@serendipity_loves) just before Christmas we hit 20k followers and look set to see the new year in with 21k.  We are overwhelmed to achieved so many followers and thank everyone for taking the time to both follow and like the photos we post.

We have reached that time of year where the 2017 best nine on Instagram #2017bestnine are available, and we are sharing ours with you:

Thank you for all your likes and comments on our photos, we really do appreciate you taking the time to stop and like the photos we post.

Credit and further details of these gorgeous captures can be located as follows,

Top Row:

1.  This is the gorgeous home of Bee Osbourn, it is amazing inside and out and reminds us of the cottage in Christmas movie The Holiday.  You can see more of Bee's home on her Instagram account here

2.  This is the festive kitchen of Helena at My Little Red House in the Swedish Countryside.  You can see more on here Instagram account here

3.  This cottage also reminds us of the movie The Holiday, we are currently unable to locate the credit for this photograph.

Middle Row:

1.  The home of Charlotte-Anne Fidler, this is a must follow Instagram account and can be located here

2.  The Christmas entrance to Walnuts Farm (Instagram Account) that was used by John Lewis Retail for Christmas a few years ago.  We never tire of this entrance and the inspiration it gives.

3.  Bringing home the Christmas Tree, always wonder how we get a size-able tree to fit in the car every year.  And each year it gets taller and wider!

Bottom Row:

1.  The first flurry of snow each Winter always brings a touch of magic, nothing like a layering of the crisp white snow.  We love this photo taken in the Cotswolds by Andrew Lockie (Getty Images)

2.   The home of Kjersti Stubberud is known to appear on our Instagram feed several times, we love it and if you do not follow her, please drop by here.  You certainly will not be disappointed.

3.   This gorgeous capture is from Daylesford Farm (here) a lovely place to visit if you are in the area.

If you would like to discover your 2017 Best Nine you can do so here: all you need to do is enter your Instagram ID and make a cuppa whilst it generates your top nine photos.

Have a lovely weekend.

Serendipity Loves x

Last weekend we shared with you all, the first of our Christmas 2017 meet the makers blog posted located here.  We will be supporting a number of small business leading up to Christmas through our blog and Instagram account.

This weekend, we have the pleasure of welcoming Annie Rudkin, as this weekends Christmas meet the maker.   Annie and ourselves, have been following each other on Instagram for sometime.  We were drawn to Annie's account through her gorgeous captures of nature, her homely and welcoming looking home, her two kitties and her delicious looking breakfast she posts nearly every morning... If only Instagram had a reach into the square and eat feature.... now there is a thought!  When you take a peek at Annie's personal Instagram account (here) you will see what we mean.  

Although we have been following Annie for sometime (quite possibly well over a year or two!), we have only just recently become aware of Annie's business.  Annie is an artist and her work is exquisite, we love her style and how she captures nature in her work.  We know you will absolutely love her work as much as us.  With this, we are delighted to have Annie, the owner of Annie's Little Artroom with us this weekend.  We have loved learning more about Annie and her work.  Thank you for sharing with us.

Christmas Meet The Maker

Annie Rudkin

Tell us a little about Annie's Little Art Room and how your product is different.

I am a watercolour artist and l sell original paintings and greetings cards printed from my original designs via my online shop "Annie's Little Artroom".

I really feel my cards are different from the usual cards one finds in the high street shops. I aim to give them a simplistic, almost naive quality. In fact someone felt they had a somewhat Scandi influence. Must admit I am drawn to the Scandi/countryside look !

All my latest cards are printed on high quality paper by a brilliant printing firm based in Cornwall called Sixprint.

We are interested to learn how you started your business and how it has grown.

My business is really in its infancy, as I only launched my Etsy Store (link here) a few months ago.

I first started selling my cards via my Instagram account (@annieslittleartroom) back in May. I must admit it was quite scary taking those first steps, as I wasn't sure how or even if the cards would sell. However the response was just so amazing and I sold out the first print run very quickly.  This gave me the confidence to take the next step and open an online outlet on Etsy.

Have you always creative?

Oh yes......definitely ! From a very young age I loved to draw and paint. I remember having two Christmas card designs used as a school Christmas card. I even designed tiny cards for my dolls and teddies !

After finishing Sixth form I went on to do a Foundation course in Art and Design, but after taking a year out I got a 'proper' job and unfortunately didn't return to my studies and so my Art Career never took off. 

It wasn't until three years ago when I was lucky enough to be offered Voluntary Redundancy from my work that I then decided it was time to fulfill a life long dream and get into the creative world. Due to it having been so long since holding a paint brush in my hand, to build some confidence I enrolled on Water colour painting classes. That very first day at the class was just so wonderful........I was once again hooked !

Where does your inspiration come from?

I'm inspired by the countryside and all that can be found there - plants, animals, produce and scenery.  

One of my first ranges of cards came from my love of fresh seasonal produce, along with my love of cooking and eating ! Each card featured a different fruit or vegetable with a related recipe printed inside.

Another collection "Garden to Table" was inspired by an Instagram friend called Carla (@carla_tomasi). She lives in Italy just outside of Rome and grows the most amazing fruit and vegetables in her garden, along with cooking and baking wonderful bread, pastries, pasta, the list is endless... inspiration was found!

My most recent collections of cards, of course, are for Christmas.  I was so excited designing these, as Christmas (to coin a phrase), really is the most wonderful time of the year !

The Noël collection features my favourite Christmas icons......Robins, Holly, Mistletoe and Fir cones......everything that can be found on a Boxing Day stroll !

I've given these the clean, minimalist Scandi/Nordic vibe which I love.

My husband and I just love Christmas and are so looking forward to spending the festive period celebrating at home with our two kitties Bella and Boris (who feature quite a lot in my other Instagram feed @annierudsky).

What does handmade mean to you?

To me, handmade means "different" and that time, love and importantly enjoyment has been had throughout the whole process, from conception through to the finished product.  I just love the fact that maybe a little doodle or quick sketched thought can eventually result in a new collection of cards or a painting. Just so gratifying !

What are you looking forward to this year?

I'm so excited as to what the New Year holds in terms of my business. I'm working on new designs at the moment, specifically for Spring. I want to introduce more designs and maybe other products, but most importantly......enjoy what I do. Life is much too short to be unhappy!

Thank You

A very big thank you to Annie, for taking the time to be one of Christmas 2017 Meet the Maker.  We have loved working with you and reading more about you and your business. 

Please do pop over to Instagram and say hi to Annie.  You won't be disappointed in her work, it is exquisite.  We love it, and am sure you will too.  You can find further details of her products in here Etsy store (here) and on Instagram (here).

Enjoy your weekend,

Serendipity Loves x

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