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Top Reviewer Ranking: 39 - Total Helpful Votes: 6995 of 7321
A PIECE OF CAKE by Trisha Ashley
A PIECE OF CAKE by Trisha Ashley
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars A Piece of Cake, 1 Sep 2014
This is a rather sweet short story about professional cake maker, Kate, who is making her friend's wedding cake. She is hoping that her previous disastrous meeting with Wes, the best man at the wedding isn't going to be repeated this time. This is a feel good short story with added cake - what's not to like?

As well as the short story there is a recipe for a wedding cake which could also be used for a Christmas cake or other special occasion cake. There is also an extract from the author's new novel 'Creature Comforts' to be published in June 2015.
Murder at the Chase: A Locked Room Mystery Set in &hellip by Eric Brown
4.0 out of 5 stars Murder at the Chase, 1 Sep 2014
This is the second book in the Langham and Dupre series set in the mid nineteen fifties in England. Donald Langham is trying to pluck up the courage to propose to Maria, his girlfriend and he arranges to take her away for a few days to a country hotel in Suffolk so that he can find an ideal spot to propose. Just before they go Langham receives a request for help from an acquaintance and fellow author, Alistair Endicott. Alistair is visiting his father a few miles from Donald and Maria's hotel and they agree to help him find his father who has disappeared.

Edward Endicott is also an author and he seems to have disappeared from his country house without telling anyone where he… Read more
Charm (Wolfe Trilogy, Book 1) by Flora Dain
I found '50 Shades of Grey' totally boring and gave up after about a third of the first book. This however did keep my attention because there is a story to it as well as a great number of pretty imaginative sex scenes. Ella bumps into Darnley Wolfe - literally - and spends a steamy night with him. It is clear from the start that while this may be a chance meeting of which they both took advantage there is going to be more to the relationship than a sizzling sexual attraction.

Ella is a school teacher and a poet, she has just broken up with her long term boyfriend, Ryan, who it turns out has embroiled her without her knowledge in his criminal enterprise which could damage… Read more