Welcome to my Sunday Salon post! Hosted by Readerbuzz this post is a chance to have a weekly bookish and non-bookish catch up with other bloggers.
What I have been reading this week:
Book Description From Random Things Tours:
“One hidden painting. Two women born centuries apart. A secret uncovered.
In 2019, Rachel is stuck in a rut when she discovers what appears to be a Canaletto painting in her grandmother’s loft along with a note addressed to Philippa in 1782. With help from Jake at the local art gallery, Rachel endeavours to find out if the painting is an original and uncovers a secret from the past.
In 1780, governess at Chipford Hall, Philippa is offered the role of mistress by Earl Rupert. She escapes to Venice as companion to bluestocking, Lady Cordelia who reveals a secret that changes both their lives. They do their best to keep the secret from Lady Cordelia’s social circle, but their nemesis is determined to reveal all and ruin them.”
Memes that I have participated in this week:
Sunday Post – Hosted by Caffeinated Reviewer
What else has been happening this week:
Basically it has been appointments for both me and my son so it has been very busy! It is now half term so both my son and partner will be home next week. As usual my son is unwell so this will limit what we can do. My partner also wants to do things to the house so we shall see what happens!
I hope that you all had a good week!
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