Dot Scribbles Needs You!!

UPDATE: Both books have now been requested but check back in a few weeks for another reviewing opportunity! 

I love this blog and I love reading but there just aren't enough hours in the day. I am so incredibly lucky to be sent books to review but with a one year old, a job, a stressed husband and a life, I don't always get chance to review them all. This is where you lovely lot come in! I am going to give away two books a month in return of a review. Comments will be disabled on this post so it will be whoever emails me first saying which book you would like to read. Here's the 'rules':

1. If you want to review one of the books then please email me on dotscribbles@googlemail.com and tell me which book you would prefer. If you have a blog then please include a link to it in the email, if you don't have a blog then you can still review.
2. Please try and review the book within 3 weeks of receiving it.
3. I certainly don't expect to like every book that I read but all I ask is that you provide an honest, fair and respectful review.
4. Send me your review and I will post it on Dot Scribbles and Twitter. If you have your own blog then we can agree a date for it to go on at the same time.
5. This is only open to UK residents.

Obviously I can't make you agree to these rules but hopefully people won't ask for a book and then do a runner! You do not have to write your own blog in order to review on here but if you do have a blog then we can feature the review at the same time and include a link to your site.

So here's the first two books that you can choose from:

Perfect Strangers by Tasmina Perry (Headline Review- 23rd May) How well do you know the man you love? When Sophie Ellis agrees to house-sit at a Knightsbridge townhouse, it's as if she's walked into a dream. At a glittering party she is swept off her feet by American businessman Nick Cooper and the two begin a passionate affair. But when Nick is found dead in his hotel suite and Sophie becomes the prime suspect, she realises her lover was not all he seemed. In order to clear her name, she must trust a mysterious stranger and travel with him across the globe in search of answers. The truth will change her life completely...

Melting the Snow on Hester Street by Daisy Waugh (Harper Collins_ 4th April) October 1929: As America helterskelters through the last days before t

he great crash, the cream of Hollywood parties heedlessly on. Beneath the sophistication and elegance, Hollywood society couple Max and Eleanor Beecham are on the brink of divorce, their finances teetering on a knife's edge after a series of failed films. As the stock market tumbles it seems they have nowhere to turn but to the arms of their waiting lovers. Hope is delivered in an invitation to one of the legendary weekend parties at Hearst Castle, where the prohibition champagne will be flowing and the room filled with every Hollywood big-shot around. They cannot resist one last chance of making it. Scandalous and absurdly glamorous, the Hearst party is the epitome of Golden era decadence, but for Max and Eleanor the time has come to make a decision that will change their future. Will they sacrifice everything for fame and fortune or plunge into their hidden past and grasp one last chance to love each other again?

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