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  • Fabulous

    Unable to put down, a fabulous story. Look forward to the next instalment of the Deverells.

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  • Amazing

    As bother fantastic book by a fantastic author this book has kept me on the edge of seat. Wonderful characters lovely twists and turns of the story line and a sumptuous ending. X

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  • The Secret Hours

    Excellent rrad, lots of intrigue. Read the other three Devrill famiky books first

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  • Self discovery

    I really enjoy getting engrossed in a Santa Montefiore book and this was definitely no exception. Set primarily in 1961 with flashbacks to the end of the nineteen century this is the story of Faye, a woman in her late fifties who defines her life by her husband and grown up children and doing what is expected of her. After her mother passes away she finds herself drawn into her mother’s past and her life in Ireland prompting her to visit the Emerald Isle herself to gain an understanding of who her mother was and what caused her to flee to America. Faye is a beautifully written character, brought up to be a good daughter and wife she doesn’t know the strength of her own character until she finds her spiritual home, This is very much a book about Faye despite the flashbacks to her mothers past and a wonderful set of surrounding characters, some of whom are not entirely unfamiliar but yet this is very much a stand-alone book. I found it slightly less of an epic than previous books and it had a slightly different feel to it somehow but yet it is still very much a Santa Montefiore book. I enjoyed immersing myself in this enormously and found it a book that draws you in more and more the further you get into it. Whilst this is a definite must for fans of Santa Montefiore I would highly recommend it to others who have yet to discover her.

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  • Brilliant

    As with the others this is brilliant. I'm always sad to finish these stories and this book did not disappoint.

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