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  • Cute and uplifting

    Wow! what a cute love story, written with love and the lockdown featuring quietly in the background!!. Beth and Lachlan are two lonely peop!e looking for friendship while in strange and traumatic times in their lives. The start of it all is when Lachlan spies a new neighbour moving into the opposite apartment complex. He sees someone painting and then moving their stuff in one weekend. After a little while, he decides to bite the bullet and put a handwritten note big enough for them to see in his window!. His subject matter is the flowers that sit on his neighbour's window ledge!!!. He doesn't know what they are so asks!!!. Beth is quite shocked but secretly excited to see this note so replies!. This carries on for a little while but should they meet now??? If course they should!!!!! They are both having troubles in their lives, Lachlan with a work mate and Beth with a previous partner. Will they overcome these troubles and live happily ever after??. You'll have to read on to find out!!. I guarantee you will love it!! Many thanks to Netgalley for the free ARC book for an honest review. #Netgalley, #HQ, #TheStartOfSomething, #wurdsmyth

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  • Lovely read

    This was a quirky but relevant read about the effects of our past and loneliness told from the dual viewpoints of neighbours Bethan and Lachlan. Lachlan is trying to recover from a life changing accident that has affected him both personally and professionally and Bethan is a hard working single mum who does everything she can to put her son first and foremost. A chance moment of spontaneity results in a friendship formed through notes left on windows. I loved both of these characters, Bethan has had a very difficult time over the last few years but keeps going and tries to keep upbeat, Lachlan is struggling to move forward but finds unlikely motivation in Bethan. They’re both really complex characters but it’s so easy to get into their personalities and the gentle storyline was simple but flowed beautifully, 9/10

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