I received this book from HarperCollins UK via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.
Title: Last Night Series: N/A Author: Mhairi MacFarlane Genre: Contemporary Romance Edition/Pages: Ebook, 405 pages Release Date: 1st April 2021 Goodreads / Amazon / Waterstones
Two best friends. One missed chance. And a night that changes everything. Eve, Justin, Susie and Ed have been friends since they were eighteen. Now in their 30s, the four are still as close as ever, Thursday pub quiz night is still sacred, and Eve is still secretly in love with Ed.
Maybe Eve should have moved on by now, but she can’t stop thinking about what could have been. And she knows Ed sometimes thinks about it too.
Then one night, in an instant, all their lives change forever. And, as Eve learns she didn’t know her friends as well as she thought, she also discovers she isn’t the only person keeping secrets…
2020 was the year I properly got back into reading after several years of just dipping in and out and you can bet I discovered a lot of new authors! I read a lot of different genres so I could get a feel for what I enjoyed now as a 27-year-old, some books didn’t quite work for me anymore, but some I found I really loved now I was older! In particular romcoms never really appealed to me before, but now I have a whole bookshelf dedicated to them!
Because of how many authors I did read for the first time last year, I decided to make a list of the top ten I most enjoyed, whose books I’m looking forward to reading in the future as well! I’ve put in brackets what genre they come under because, I’m very much a mood reader and flit in and out of different genres all out the time!
Well it’s the second week of January and I’m finally posting my tbr. Honestly I still can’t believe it’s 2021 already. All fingers crossed that this year is a improvement, I really don’t want a repeat of 2020, thank you very much.
Anyway, this is my tentative tbr for January. I’m a chronic mood reader so I tend to switch genres a lot but I have a few arcs (!) to read and a lot of books on my physical tbr pile to get through before the sequels come out. I’m also hoping to participate in a couple of Readathons, but we’ll see what I end up having time for haha.
2020 has been…a bad year for everyone. But it’s also the year I got back into reading. From devouring romcoms in Summer, to rediscovering my love for fantasy in Autumn and Winter. I discovered many new amazing authors, developed a love of many new characters, and became obsessed with a lot of new series! Here are some of my favourites that I’ve read this year.