Tuesday, 26 January 2010

Fairytale of New York



I have just read this lovely book.
I'm a sucker for an easy read with a bit of romance thrown in.
Now i need a new book.....can you recommend any?

xx

12 comments:

bekimarie said...

I've just finished Celia Ahernes 'Book ot tomorrow' absolutely brilliant.
Like the look of yours, must look out for it. Perhaps we should start some kind of book swap thinghy on here.

((hugs))
Beki xxx

p.s if we ever meet, I promise not to wear Angel ;)

made with love said...

Anything by Marian Keyes. I love her.
Rachael XX

Florence and Mary said...

I couldn't get into this one before Christmas but I think it was more to do with having so much on.

I'm reading I Heart LA the second book to I Heart NY which are both great books

Victoria xxx

Charlotte, Cottontails said...

I'm not sure if you 'do' thrillers but I love Nikki French, am reading one at the moment and am gripped. Could NOT put it down last night. Very tired today because of it...

Love Charlotte
xxx

Shabby Chick said...

That looks lovely! I've just finished two books that I really enjoyed - The Sugar Queen by Sarah Addison Allen and Beautiful People by Wendy Holden. Would recommend both of those :)

Mel xxx

Caroline Cakewise said...

I'm definitely interested in helping out with your Red Heart idea - sounds great and I hope it goes really well, I'd love to help!
On a less serious note, a really ease full of true love, high adventure and romantic comedy is The Secret History of the Pink Carnation by Lauren Willig. It's brilliant!! xx

Kissed by an Angel said...

That book sounds great!! I've just read I Heart LA - brilliant!!!
xxxx

Andrea said...

Cant recommend a book as soon as I pick it up and start reading and start to fall asleep....soooo annoying!!!! I do think that the book swap is a fab idea though!! xx

mitmot said...

you should try http://www.readitswapit.co.uk
you can list books in your collection you no longer want and swap with others - all you pay is the postage - its agreat idea :-)

Lululiz said...

Nicci French books are great, I think I have read most of them by now.

I also really enjoyed reading Kate Morton's books, The Forgotten Garden and The House at Riverton.

Jemm said...

Ooo, that does look like a fun read. I love the "Big Stone Gap" series (4 books) by Adriana Trigiani. She is a really good author of easy romantic books. "The Queen of the Big Time" is another good one of hers.

Shabby Chick said...

Just had another peek to see what was being recommended and just wanted to second Jemm's idea, the Adriana Trigiani books are wonderful xxx