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    Another Good One

    Kate is working at her dream job running a museum – unfortunately it is Suffolk, far away from her boyfriend in London. She doesn't mind too much though, she's buried in her work and currently fascinated with a pair of 19th century ice skates and the woman who owned them. That is, until she meets Theo and can't help shaking the feeling that she's met him somewhere before. When big changes start happening in her life, will she let a little bit of fate in? This novel was fantastic. I've read a previous by this same author that I liked, but something in this novel just really spoke to me. Who isn't intrigued by romance, ghosts, and a sprinkle of fate? I was provided a free advance copy of this book in return for an honest review and I am happy to endorse this novel to all readers who love contemporary romance (with a bit of historical thrown in).
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    Great story, characters and setting!

    A great story with wonderful characters. Swapping seamlessly between a modern day story and a 19th century tale of star crossed lovers, this is beautifully written with characters you will ador. The setting of a Suffolk stately home just adds to the atmosphere . Highly recommend this novel!
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    A beautifully written time slip novel

    Kate & Theo or Cat & Will ? 2nd book in the Hartsford Mysteries A beautifully written time slip novel perfectly blending the here and now directly with the past. We met Alex & Elodie in the previous book - along with Alex's sister, Cassie. This book is more centred around Kate, who runs the museum at Hartsford House. There are little cottages as well, displaying different historical items. Kate's favourite is a pair of old ice skates which are displayed in Blacksmith Will's cottage. It is here where Kate starts slipping back to Cat and where we discover the story of Cat and Will. It has a fun section where Cassie holds a Living History Weekend. Kate dresses up in the regalia and the image of her riding an old fashioned bike - upcycled to sell ice cream is brilliant. I really enjoyed this. I did get a little confused in the middle section between Cat and Kate but otherwise loved it. 😍
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    great cross century romance

    This is the second of Kirsty’s time slip novels I have read and I was delighted to find it was as good as the first. Although a series the books stand alone, but, that said, if you haven’t read the first, when you have finished this one you will go out and buy it! The story is excellent, gently unfolding between the present and the past. The links are believable, as are all of the characters. I loved the way Kirsty makes her people very real. Kate and Theo I would love to have as friends in real life. The romance running between the people and the centuries is heart warming and the trials they all go through left me reading more at a sitting than I should have. A great book and one that makes you believe in the possibility of time slipping!
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    Very enjoyable reading

    This is the story of Kate, who runs a small Folk Museum in Hartsford, somewhere in Suffolk. She undergoes some strange experiences – of another life. Into her own life comes Theo, but he is also part of the alternative life somehow, and we see a little more of some of Kirsty’s previous characters which is a treat too. This is another gem for my collection from Kirsty Ferry, her stories are so atmospheric and truly romantic, she has carved herself a very nice little niche with her time slip style and we get a sort of two for one in the romance department. I can’t wait to see what she comes up with next – make it soon please.
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