#bookclub Feature – The Cherry Tree Cafe, A Song for Tomorrow, This Love… by SJV
2017/10/24  |  By:   |  Features  |  

This week on #bookclub we have 3 fabulous 5* reviews all the way from Simona in Switzerland who blogs at Simona’s Corner of Dreams!


CherryTreeCafe“This is a book I’ve been waiting to read for a while. The cover is gorgeous and having been in contact with Heidi and reading the blurb has made me really excited about it.  The characters in this story are great: colourful, authentic, relatable and sweet. Heidi did a wonderful job with them. The storyline is also beautiful, has a terrific flow and charm. It’s full of ups and downs, including real emotions and feelings. The Cherry Tree Cafe is a warm, charming, sweet, comforting, gripping and stunning debut novel! I’m already eagerly awaiting Heidi’s next novel!!!”


A Song For Tomorrowbanner“I don’t even know where to start this review, all I can say is that A Song for Tomorrow is truly unforgettable!!!  It’s all based on the true story of Alice Martineau, a singer looking for a record deal.  This story has so many great elements, but I don’t want to give away to much, you have to read it yourself. You will be wowed.  Alice Peterson put a lot into this book, she based it all on the true story, added her own experiences and combined it all into spellbinding, inspirational, uplifting and heart-breaking story. The way she included a difficult topic like this in a story is very impressive. Make sure you have some tissues close by, because you definitely need them. Alice Peterson’s writing is touching, moving and very emotional. Already a definite contender for my Books of the Year!”


graphicthisloveThis Love is the second book by Dani Atkins I have read and it’s safe to say that I fell in love with her writing once again, I even liked this one better than Our Song.  Dani has created some wonderful characters here, full of heart and love. They are very well drawn out and seem very authentic. Through the writing I always felt really close to the story and what happened, it’s captivating, spellbinding, heart breaking and poignant, I advise having a box of tissues close by, you are going to need them.  This is for sure one of the best books I have read this year. Dani Atkins clearly is a very talented lady, can’t wait for more.”