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  • Another Excellent Read from Kirsty Ferry

    was concerned that my previous delight with Kirsty Ferry’s books makes me rather biased, but I have tried to consider the book objectively, and I know I wouldn’t say I liked it if I didn’t. I really think that Kirsty is well into her stride now with these dual timelines, exploring a contemporary story and an historical one (I love that we get two for the price of one within the same novel) – she writes confidently, and with style, but retaining her super imaginative streak. I fail to see how anyone couldn’t enjoy her books. I know it’s a good one when I have to read every word and not skip some or even whole chunks – it doesn’t happen often these days as I bore easily – so it’s another winner for me. Who’s next? There are some tempting teasers in here ….

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  • 2 for 1 in this book

    This is one of a series but fully stands on it's own feet. I really enjoyed the way the time slip was dealt with within this book. It was seamless and both periods had their own romance, story and relatable characters. I found it totally gripping and wanted to find out what happens next in both times. The first heroine, Cordelia, was totally believable and likeable. I loved the way the second heroine, Lily of the title, really gripped me as you learnt about her history. The heroes, Matt and Edwin, counterbalanced their ladies well, both supportive and understanding. The children were also an integral part of the story and so well portrayed. Enjoy this dose of time travel.

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  • Another fantastic novel from Kirsty Ferry

    Another fantastic time slip novel from Kirsty Ferry. Can be read as follow up to A Secret Rose or as a standalone book. Cordy is an actress temping in a London PR firm. She’s renting a flat from her best friend Merryn (she’s in A Secret Rose). After the flat gets flooded, she manages to wangle a visit to Merryn at Pencradoc & work for her at the Tower Tea Room. Matt is also working at Pencradoc as a Art tutor. There’s an exhibition of Lily Valentine who was a former inhabitant of Pencradoc. The novel (like A Secret Rose) is a time slip novel and flits between 1895 and the present day. There are also lots of mysterious ghostly incidents. I found this novel as addictive as A Secret Rose. Kirsty Ferry had me hooked from the first chapter & I couldn’t wait to see what happened to Cordy and Matt.

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  • Let you imagination come to life!

    I'll be honest, I found the storyine at the start a little difficult to get into. Not sure why but was pleasantly surprised once it really got going. I was gripped, loved the characters of Cordy, Matt, Lily and Edwin. Not forgetting little Elsie. I found my imagination going wild - picturing my own version of how the characters looked, what they saw and could smell. When my mind does that, I know it's a great book. Another great read by Kirsty Ferry - thank you!

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