Heart Note by Cassandra O’Leary

What a lovely book!

I really enjoyed reading Heart Note by Cassandra O’Leary.

It was romantic, festive fun with a little mystery thrown in.

A perfect read for a frosty night with a cosy blanket and a hot Chocolate (with cream and marshmallows of course!).

The main story is about Lily and her crush on the very gorgeous security guard Christos but is all as it seems? Her struggles with her little sister, wanting to own her own shop, oh and not to forget stock keeps going missing at work.

The main character is relatable, which makes you care about what’s going on in the story. Then you have the irresistible Christos, can he be trusted? Is he too good to be true? They are both likeable as characters and you want that happy ever after but does it happen?

I will let you read and find out for yourselves but this book is the perfect rom com, it has love, lust and festive cheer.

Although the romance seems a little too perfect at times, isn’t that want we want when reading a romance? We want to be taken out of our ordinary world and just for a little while get lost in the make believe.

I would definitely recommend this to you, perfect stocking filler.

Happy Christmas! I’m off to find me a Christos!!

xXx

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Answers from Heaven by Theresa Cheung & Claire Broad

Growing up I have always had a fascination with ghosts and spirits, my whole family have.

In our house it’s a family get together to watch the new series of Most Haunted!

It’s always been something we spoke of and something that all of us have experienced (that’s a whole different blog).

So when it came up to read and review “Answers from heaven” of course I had to do it.

In the last few years, my belief in the afterlife or heaven has not been as strong as it was, just because I let life get in the way and didn’t spend so much time thinking about it and I let other people’s opinions take over.

After reading “Answers from heaven”, my interest has been renewed.

With 2 different views being told by two completely different insights, one by Theresa Cheung who has dedicated her life to the paranormal and Claire Broad who works as a medium, you get a great glimpse of what they think and their views, it’s nice to hear two sides.

I also love hearing about other people’s experiences with the paranormal.

There must be more or is our brain and imagination just that powerful?

I know there are skeptics and ones who would read this book and write it off as nonsense (you can’t convince everyone) but I generally feel that if you are intrigued just give this a little read.

If nothing else, it manages to bring a comfort knowing that there could be more and where’s the harm in that?

Answers from heaven is a good book with heart warming stories and facts.

I’m glad I decided to read it, maybe I was meant to read it.

Maybe it was a sign!

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