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Release Date - 28th February 2020
Can love really be found between the pages of a book?
Laura Davies had everything she wanted with the opening of her own business. That is until she starts reading a book that she can’t remember ordering. One that disappears and reappears at will. A story that matches her life in so many ways.
Reading through the pages makes her yearn for the unattainable. A character in the story she can’t get out of her head. She longs to meet the handsome man who fills her days and nights.
Now, she has a choice to make.
Will she take a chance on her dream becoming reality?
Or will she decide that this enchantment is not within her grasp?
Today has been a funny old day. All plans came to nothing and not a single word written. A bad day, you might think. Not really! I got to spend some one-on-one time with my Little Pud and that, my friends, is priceless!
Fire in the Rain finds trouble once more in the island of Wraidd Elfennol. Will the Chosen of Fire and Water succeed? Or is the Island of Wraidd Elfennol doomed to live forever beneath the shadows of Cysgod?
Full of myth and magic, with a strong Welsh theme, Fire in the Rain brings to a close the Fantasy series set in the imaginary world of Wraidd Elfennol.
The Swan's Road is the first book in The Atheling Chronicles, which details the life of Harald and his father, Cnute. If you have read any Viking literature then these names will sound familiar. This story may have a basis in truth or it may be completely made up by the author. Either way, you will have a great historical novel to read.
Harald is the main character and he is travelling with his father. Excitement, adventure, love and sorrow, all wait for him as by his choices, he becomes separated from the main group.
This is full of action and adventure, in a medieval fashion. The characters grow throughout the book and behave true to themselves. I loved how it all worked out together, whilst keeping the reader on tenterhooks at the same time.
A brilliant medieval read in a series I hope to continue with. Absolutely recommended by me.
* A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *
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