Escape to the Cotswolds by Natalie Kleinman. Published by HarperCollins UK

Holly Hunter is staring over in the Cotswolds, leaving her two-timing husband behind in the city. After the disaster that was her marriage, Holly has decided to concentrate on her gallery and the puppy who has unexpectedly wormed his way into her heart. Men are not in the cards for the recently heartbroken woman, but local vet Adam Whitney, has other plans. In such a small village, it’s hard to keep any secrets and even harder to stay away from the man who’s beginning to wear down her defenses. A charming story of small town life and a fresh start

Our Little Secret by Darren O’Sullivan. Published by HarperCollins UK

A man, ready to end his life, prepare to step in front of a train. A woman believes she is keeping a drunk man from falling to his death. Chris had planned to reunite with his wife in death, but now that Sarah has stopped him, he becomes obsessed with her, just as se becomes determined to uncover all his secrets. The two begin a dangerous game that could lead to an ending neither one of them expected

Her Last Breath by Tracy Buchanan. Published by Avon UK

A girl disappears. It’s terrible, we hear about it on the news all the time and we feel awful, but e=what can you do? Estelle Forster wonders if Poppy O’Farrell may have simply run away. Either way, it’s nothing to do with her. then she gets a photo of the girl along with a note that says, “I’m watching you. I know everything”. Estelle knows nothing about the girl or her disappearance, but she has a feeling the answers may lie in the little village she grew up in, the one she vowed never to return to. For Estelle to find Poppy, she will have to face the facts about her own life, the one she has built entirely on lies

Exposed by Lisa Scottoline. Published by St. Martins

In a surprising twist, Scottoline pits two of her most well-known characters against…each other. Mary DiNunzio is pulling out all the stops to represent and old friend who was wrongfully fired by the company that employed him. Partner Bennie Rosato represents the firm in question and tells Mary that theer’s no way Mary can take the case. There begins a fracture between the partners as each fights for what they believe is right, leaving readers to wonder if this is th end of a beautiful friendship and a series

The Wardrobe Mistress by Natalie Mag Evans. Published by Bookouture

The war is finally over, and widow Vanessa Kingcourt must make her way into a new world. She’s drawn to the Farren theatre, a place filled with memories of her father, an actor. The current owner, former boat captain, Alistair needs a seamstress for his wardrobe and Vanessa agrees to take the job. No matter that she has no experience, she has imagination and intuition to guide her, making costumes out of bits and pieces f fabric left over from the war. And while she counts on the theatre to give her a fresh start, she will uncover secrets about her father that may derail her future before it can even begin. Beautifully told, this is a lush, descriptive story about life after World War II

The Bed and Breakfast on the Beach by Kat French. Published by Avon Books UK

At a certain point in a woman’s life she knows she needs a change. Too old to be young, too young to be old. So three friends who have reached that “magical time” in life decide to start over by moving to Greece to run their own bead and breakfast. As they begin to find their way and assert their independence, vestiges of their old lives will surface, and they will have to decide if their summer in Greece is a one off…or the start of a brand new life. Loved the Greek setting and the growth that each of the women displayed as a result of their venture