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What if the one person you wanted to talk to wouldn’t listen?

Winter Gregory and her twin sister Daisy live oceans apart but they still have the ‘twin thing’ going on. Daisy is Winter’s port in the storm, the first person she calls when things go wrong …

And things are wrong. Winter has travelled to a remote Yorkshire village to write her new book, and to escape her ex-boyfriend Dan Bekener. Dan never liked her reliance on Daisy and made her choose but Winter’s twin will always be her first choice.

She soon finds herself immersed in village life after meeting the troubled Hill family; horse-loving eight-year-old Scarlet and damaged, yet temptingly gorgeous, Alex. The distraction is welcome and, when Winter needs to talk, Daisy is always there.

But Dan can’t stay away and remains intent on driving the sisters apart because Dan knows something about Daisy …

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    Thoroughly enjoyed it

    In the graveyard of a small country village in the middle of nowhere, a little girl called Scarlet comes across a woman photographing gravestones. The woman is Winter, an author struggling to complete her second book, and through Scarlet she meets her handsome, bachelor uncle, Alex, who can make masonry dust a sexy accessory. While new friendships are formed and old feelings are awakened, Dan, the man Winter once loved but has now fled from, is still tormenting her mind. Four characters, each with a past they would rather forget, each having to endure the loss of a relationship they find difficult to live without. The story is told through Winter’s eyes and the online messages sent from the people orbiting her world. At times her internal, witty, dialogue had me smirking into my coffee cup and my opinion on masonry dust will never be the same again. I loved Scarlet, the little girl too. Lovering's characterization of a child was both realistic and charming. This is an enjoyable, clean read, which has moments of sexual tension, flashes of humour and emotional depth. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone who enjoys contemporary romantic fiction. I received a free ARC from NetGalley for an honest review.


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