Lenny loves…Holiday Reads

Just before I went on holiday I purchased a Kobo Aura. I have previously owned a Kobo, but since moving house I have completely misplaced it, so I treated myself to a new one!

I thought I would do a little reading list for you as to what I have put on my Kobo for my holiday, which may give you some inspiration if you are off on your hols soon or just looking for something new to read:

don't tell the brides to be

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Don’t Tell The Brides-to-Be by Anna Bell – I red Don’t Tell The Groom and really enjoyed it, so I thought I would try this one out as it is a follow-up book. ‘Things are looking up for Penny Robinson. She’s kicked her gambling addiction and even started her own business: Princess on a Shoestring, an all-inclusive service for brides-to-be looking to pinch pennies on their big day…‘. (Synopsis)

No Ordinary Wedding Planner

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No Ordinary Wedding Planner by Naomi Thomas – This book is an autobiography and is very personal to me. The author of this book is an amazing women and mother, and has a very inspirational story to tell.  Her story involves a personal battle with cancer which led to setting up a fantastic charity, The Wedding Wishing Well Foundation, which will be one of the charities I focus on over the next coming months. (Synopsis)


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Wild by Cheryl Strayed – This has been recently turned into a film, which I have yet to see, but it sounded like another very inspirational story ‘Wild is a brutal memoir of survival, grief and redemption: a searing portrayal of life at its lowest ebb and at its highest tide’ (Synopsis).



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The Year of Taking Chances by Lucy Diamond – I have read quite a few of Lucy’s books and really enjoyed them. This is also my year of taking chances and living life to the full so I thought it would be quite a fitting read. ‘Lucy Diamond weaves a tale of romance, friendship and new leaves in The Year of Taking Chances, a heart-warming tale that will be adored by fans of her bestselling The Beach Café.’ (Synopsis).



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Age, Sex, Location by Melissa Pimentel – This one got me curious. With some great reviews from some fantastic authors, I thought I would give it a go. ‘The last thing twenty-eight-year-old Lauren is looking for is love, so why do the men she’s dating assume she’s searching for The One…?’ (Synopsis

This should keep me going, if not I always have the Fifty Shades of Grey Trilogy still in my library from a couple of years ago!

I will write a full review on my Kobo Aura and any of the books above that I feel really hit the spot.

Lenny xx

Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. The Kobo Aura and all books mentioned were purchased by myself for my own pleasure!




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