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    Lovely

    I could copy Craig from strictly come dancing and use one word to describe this book : a-ma-zing! But I suppose it would be a bit short. There was nothing I did not like about it. The writing style was fluent and made it an easy read. There were lots of emotions and you travelled frequently between the here and now and the past and both stories are equally beautiful. I can only add one thing : buy the book, sit back and enjoy. Afterwards we will keep each other company while we are waiting and hoping for a sequel.
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    5 Stars - Great Read!

    Elodie has returned to Hartsford Hall after a successful career, but failed marriage, in London. She immerses herself in the hall’s gift shop helping tourists and slips awkwardly back into her friendship (and previous romantic interest) Alex – the Earl of Hartsford. Elodie has always had a fascination with Alex’s ancestors, and when a fierce storm brings to light some clues about her favorite ancestor Georgianna, Elodie and Alex are off and running to solve the mystery of Georgianna’s life and death. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel – it had a bit of romance, a lot of mystery, and was definitely a page turner. The convention of having each clue lead to another critical point in Georgianna’s story worked really well – I was completely engaged. I was provided a free advance copy of this book in return for an honest review. I honestly enjoyed this story and would eagerly read another novel by this author.
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    Aced it, Kirsty!

    The story is of Elodie, who has returned to live and work in the Suffolk village she came from after a disastrous marriage in London. Alex is the local landowner, and a ‘friend’ since her childhood. Elodie is ‘fey’ and ‘sees’ things others don’t – ghosts of the past, memories etc. And so arises the secondary story of Georgiana and Ben. I have to say that, whilst having liked Kirsty’s other books (her pre-Raphaelite series), this is the best so far in my opinion – the others were just a practice run! I was much more interested and involved in the time slip story in this one than I have been before. I wasn’t reserving judgement with the rest of the storyline as I have in some measure with the others, I just wanted to keep reading and find out what happened next. Elodie and Alex are much more sympathetic characters than the previous protagonists (to me) – very believable and real. And it all ended most satisfactorily….
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    A great story

    I loved everything about this time-slip romance. The characters – the hero was to die for, the plot was brilliantly constructed, full of mystery and romance. It kept me turning pages right up to the end, I couldn’t put it down. And I was so glad I didn’t the ending was so satisfying. A great novel. I have always enjoyed Kirsty Ferry’s books and this one really didn’t disappoint.
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    Links to the past aren't always bad ...

    A link to the wonderful Rossetti series A link to the past .... Alex Hartsford of Hartsford Hall has taken over the business from his father. He is a little out of his depth already but when a major thunderstorm hits the village it brings chaos and devastation. The church where Georgiana is buried appears to have the most damage and it's not long before Elodie Bright comes tearing across from the cafe to see what's happened. There she finds her beautiful Georgiana's tomb has been severely damaged, but worse than that, the tomb where she spent most of her childhood, telling Georgians all her secrets, is empty, well, almost empty. Georgiana is not in there. She scrambles to the side while Alex tries to stop her and puts her hand down to see of she can feel anything. She comes back with something metal and very very cold..... She passes it shakily to Alex, who knows exactly what it is .... its Jasper's duelling pistol. Elodie suddenly finds herself in a completely different place .... she's zoned out .... She is seeing the life of Georgiana unfold right before her eyes. Georgiana and her brother Jasper are returning home when their carriage is stopped. Jasper, who is very partial to a drink clambers out to find out what is happening. On doing so, he falls oit of the cardiage into a drunken heap on the floor and passes out. They are being held up by a highway man but Georgiana is not aware of it and steps out to see what the problem is. Here she meets Highwayman Ben. She is encapsulated by the look of him and him in awe of what is in front of him. He invites Georgiana to take a stroll woth him and she agrees but not before making him lower his mask. She likes what she sees and follows him. Thinking of the harm he may inflict she pushes it to the back of her mind and focuses on this handsome man in front f her. After some time he insists on walking Georgiana back to the carriage to co time her journey but not before telling her to watch for him at moonlight in the same spot. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and found myself forming images of everyone and looking forward to what happened next for Alex and Elodie and Georgiana and Ben. I could even see this being made into a film, it was so real. Maybe that's my book reader head loving the story but hey, without dreamers .... we would be in a world with less books 😉 it was great to hear snippets from the Rosetti series, bringing Cori and Simon and Becky and Jon & Lissy and Stefano into the story effortlessly.
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