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    Great story and characters

    Another five star story from Kirsty. Great characters and plenty of twists will keep you reading. Thoroughly enjoyed this novella and I look forward to the next in the series!
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    Angel in Scotland

    This is a good time slip romance which leaves you feeling all things could be possible. Angel is a jeweller living and working in Whitby with its vampire connections. Helping her friend Zac leads to supernatural happenings in the house he has inherited with his Canadian cousin Kyle. The relationship between the cousins, and with Angel, are intricately detailed and link into the history the house is hiding. The dangers the three go through before coming out into the light at the end of the book are spell binding in more ways than one. Read to the end to the happy ending but keep the light on and a supply of chocolate to hand.
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    I'm off to Scotland!

    Kirsty Ferry never fails to deliver a gem these days – she seems to go from strength to strength. I read this book in one sitting again – I can’t seem to be able to put one down once I have started, until the very end, and even then it is a wrench! Using her now trademark ‘time slip’ style, we have two love stories in one. Angel is a jewellery creator, living and working in Whitby. Her friend Zac also works with gems in his home on the Isle of Skye. Zac inherits part of a house on the shores of Loch Duich near the ruins of Eilean Donan, and they both head there to see what the house is like. The house is also bequeathed in equal part to Zac’s cousin Kyle, who arrives to see the inheritance at the same time. This is where the house starts to reveal its magic, with glimpses from a tragic past, intertwined with what is happening today. I was intrigued enough to get out a map and try to pinpoint the location of Taigh Fallon – I think I’ve almost got it! I had already read ‘Summer at Carrick Park’, which is actually a kind of sequel to this novel, but that didn’t detract from my pleasure at all. I am now looking forward hopefully to whatever ‘Autumn’ and ‘Winter’ might bring - don’t disappoint me, Kirsty!
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