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Lumie Zest Combination Light Therapy - Portable SA&hellip by Lumie
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I've been using the Lumie Bodyclock Starter Wake Up Alarm Clock since last October, and have been very impressed with it. I was interested to see this Zest Combination Light Therapy Lamp and Wake Up Light from the same company, and wanted to give it a go.

Despite the fact that this is far more expensive than the Bodyclock, it does look quite cheap. White plastic with a blue digital display, however, it is very small and slim, so takes up far less room on the bedside table and is easy to move around. My one main complaint is that to use this as a portable SAD lamp, away from the bedside table is a bit of a job as it does not have a battery - you have to use the USB cable… Read more
The Taxidermist's Daughter by Kate Mosse
I have been a fan of Kate Mosse for many years. Her novel Labyrinth sat unread on my shelf for a long time before I took the plunge and read it. I had avoided that huge tome for so long, it's historical fiction and I really didn't think that it would be my thing. I was completely hooked and everything else was left unattended whilst I feverishly read it. I was equally transfixed by the next two in the series; Sepulchre and Citadel. More recently, I read her collection of short stories; The Mistletoe Bride, and although very different to the Langeudoc trilogy, it is a fabulous collection of stories.

The Taxidermist's Daughter opens on the Eve of St Mark, 1912 in a churchyard in… Read more
Love Me Or Leave Me by Claudia Carroll
Love Me Or Leave Me by Claudia Carroll
4.0 out of 5 stars Great Characters, 17 Sep 2014
Love Me or Leave Me was a great surprise to me. I had expected a story of bitterness and bitching, as the story is set in a 'divorce' hotel, but instead it's a novel full of wonderfully warm characters, each with a great back story. It's one of those reads that becomes quite addictive; where you say to yourself 'oh just one more page', until before you know it you've read through to the end!

Chloe fled Dublin two years ago, she left her job and her home and took her shattered heart to London. Chloe had been dumped at the alter, in full view of her friends, her family and her work colleagues.

When Chloe is offered the job as General Manager of the Hope Street Hotel,… Read more

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