What could be better than unwinding with a cup of tea, a big slab of scrumptious chocolate and escaping in to the world of a good book? It's the perfect gift for anyone who needs to switch off and just relax.
Fudge Brownie Chocolate Bar. A delicious milk chocolate bar loaded with caramel fudge, brownie fudge and white buttons, 120g of chocolate goodness.
Teapigs Everyday Brew. Single teabag pyramid.
A book (choose from the options below)
The Switch by Beth O'Leary - a pensioner and her granddaughter swap places for eight weeks in O’Leary’s enchanting and hilarious follow-up to the bestselling The Flatshare.
The Midnight Library by Matt Haig - a poignant, unique novel about regret, hope and forgiveness - and a library that houses second chances. Nora can now undo every one of her regrets as she tries to work out her perfect life. But things aren't always what she imagined they'd be, and soon her choices place the library and herself in extreme danger. Before time runs out, she must answer the ultimate question: what is the best way to live?
The Sight of You by Holly Miller - Since Joel was a child he's been haunted by dreams about the people he loves. Since her best friend died, Callie's been lost. Joel and Callie both need a reason to start living for today. And though they're not looking for each other, from the moment they meet it feels like the start of something life-changing. Until Joel has a vision of how it's going to end . . .
Bridgerton, The Duke & I by Julia Quinn - A sparkling romance and the first novel in the beloved Regency-set world of the charming, powerful Bridgerton family, now a popular series created by Shonda Rhimes for Netflix.
Grown Ups by Marian Keyes - In Marian Keyes's sparkling comedy, one woman's concussion leads to an outpouring of long-contained gripes and secrets, calling into question just how civilised and 'grown-up' any of us actually are.
The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osman - laced with killer one-liners and artfully constructed twists, the debut novel from the telly puzzle favourite centres on a posse of pensionable Poirots investigating the suspicious demise of a property developer.
This Time Next Year by Sophie Cousens - perfect reading for fans of Jojo Moyes, Coussens’s irrepressibly feel-good debut tells the story of two babies born a minute apart in the same hospital and how fate seems to have designs on their future together.
The Heatwave by Kate Riordan - in Provence, under a sweltering sun, Sylvie returns to the family home with her daughter Emma. Yet every corner of the house is haunted by the memories of Elodie, her first child - memories she has tried to forget, but whose death the villagers certainly haven't. There's something Sylvie's been hiding about what happened to Elodie all those summers ago. And it could change everything.
Expectation by Anna Hope - Charting the dreams and disappointments of a group of East London women, Anna Hope returns with an electric study of friendship, frustration and the curveballs that life forces you to negotiate.
A Double Life by Charlotte Philby - Gabriela is a senior negotiator in the Foreign Office. When she returns to her young family after a seven-month stint in Moscow, something doesn't seem right. Isobel is a journalist on the local paper in Camden. After witnessing a violent attack, she starts to investigate. But someone saw her watching, and is making themselves known in increasingly frightening ways. As Gabriela's life begins to unravel, Isobel gets closer to the truth, and the two women's lives converge in this deeply chilling examination of deceit.
The Guest List by Lucy Foley - a dream wedding off the windswept Irish coast becomes a living nightmare for its trapped and terrified guests, in the latest nerve-jangling thriller from the author of The Hunting Party.
Seven Lies by Elizabeth Kay - an explosive thriller that all started with one little lie. Jane and Marnie have been inseparable since they were eleven years old. But Jane never liked Marnie's husband. Because if Jane had been honest - if she hadn't lied - then perhaps her best friend's husband might still be alive. This is Jane's opportunity to tell the truth, the question is: Do you believe her?
So Lucky by Dawn O'Porter - the Sunday Times Top Ten bestseller. Is anyone's life as perfect as it looks? Beth shows that women really can have it all. Ruby lives life by her own rules. And then there's Lauren, living the dream. Beth hasn't had sex in a year. Ruby feels like she's failing. Lauren's happiness is fake news. And it just takes one shocking event to make the truth come tumbling out...
The Giver of Stars by Jo Jo Moyes - based upon a true story, this standalone gem from the author of the Me Before You sequence spins an inspiring tale of companionship and determination during the dog days of the Great Depression. Tracking five incredible women across the dust bowls and prairies of America, The Giver of Stars is a hymn to friendship and the eternal wonder of books.
The Cactus by Sarah Haywood - people aren't sure what to make of Susan Green - family and colleagues find her prickly and hard to understand, but Susan makes perfect sense to herself, and that's all she needs. In Susan we find a character as exasperating and delightful as The Rosie Project's Don Tillman. An uncompromising feminist and a fierce fighter, it's a joy to watch her bloom.
I Am Not Your Baby Mother by Candice Brathwaite - from the founder of Make Motherhood Diverse, I Am Not Your Baby Mother is a brilliantly observant and timely book about the problematically homogenous portrayal of maternity in British media. Urgent and eye-opening, Brathwaite’s book is an inspirational guide to life as a black mother.
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