February Library Haul

From London With Love - Jemma Forte

"Everyone wants to be famous, don't they? Not Jessica Granger. Her father is the movie star who played the world's favourite James Bond and worse, her mother was voted sexiest-ever Bond Girl for her role as Heavenly Melons. Like it or not, fame is in her blood. But Jessica desperately wants to be someone in her own right. So she flees Hollywood for London, seeking independence in a city where nobody knows her name. But when she finds a job as a celebrity booker on a chat show she realises the more friends she makes, the harder it is to keep up the lies about who she is. And when Jessica falls for Paul, a writer on the show, her life as a double agent causes double trouble. As the truth about who she is becomes unavoidable, can Jessica convince Paul she's the real deal? Or will a sprinkle of the old 007 magic spice up her love life?"

 Players - Karen Swan

"Harry Hunter is the new golden boy of the literary scene. With his books selling by the millions, the paparazzi on his tail, and a supermodel on each arm, he seems to have the world at his feet. Women all over the globe adore him but few suspect that his angelic looks hide a darker side - a side that conceals a lifetime of lies and deceit. Tor, Cress and Kate have been best friends for as long as they can remember. Through all the challenges of marriage, raising children and maintaining their high-flying careers, they have stuck together as a powerful and loyal force to be reckoned with - living proof that twenty-first-century women can have it all, and do. It is only when the captivating Harry comes into their lives that things begin to get complicated, as the three friends are drawn into Harry's dangerous games."

Me and Mr Darcy - Alexandra Potter

"After a string of disastrous relationships, Emily Albright has had it with modern men. She'd rather curl up with Pride and Prejudice and step into a time where men were honourable and strode across fields in breeches, their damp shirts clinging to their chests. The men she meets are more into pleated trousers, two-timing and internet porn. So when her friend invites her to Mexico for a week of margaritas and manhunting, Emily books a guided tour of Jane Austen country instead.
There are no dream men here. The coach is full of pensioners, apart from one Spike Hargreaves, a foul-tempered journalist writing a piece on why most women would love to date Mr Darcy. But then she walks into a room and finds herself face-to-face with Darcy himself. And every woman's fantasy suddenly becomes one woman's reality..."

Chelsea Wives - Anna-Lou Weatherley

"They are the ultimate ladies who lunch: Imogen, the beautiful ex-model, Calgary, the glamorous, former fashion editor, and Yasmin, the feisty ex-party girl. But life isn't all champagne and canapes. Plagued by personal tragedy and united by failing marriages, they mastermind a shocking plan to turn the tables on their husbands. The Chelsea Wives are about to get their own back.


  1. Glad to find your blog through Book Blogs. I don't know if all these titles will make it to bookstores in my country, but there's no harm in adding to my wish list.

  2. Hi there! I am new to book blogging, and found your blog through the Top Ten Tuesday link up. I just wanted to stop by and say hello! :]



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