The Girl at the Window By Rowan Coleman

The Girl at the Window By Rowan Coleman

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Ponden Hall is a centuries-old house on the Yorkshire moors, a magical place full of stories. It’s also where Trudy Heaton grew up. And where she ran away from…

Now, after the devastating loss of her husband, she is returning home with her young son, Will, who refuses to believe his father is dead.

While Trudy tries to do her best for her son, she must also attempt to build bridges with her eccentric mother. And then there is the Hall itself: fallen into disrepair but generations of lives and loves still echo in its shadows, sometimes even reaching out to the present…

My Thoughts:

This is such a beautifully written story that combines past and present into it. I love how refreshing and unique the story is and how it is told with the Bronte sisters making an appearance. All the characters are magical and I was completely taken away with how brilliantly written the story was. This is a book I would recommend over and over again.

I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.

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Summer Of Secrets By Nikola Scott

Summer Of Secrets By Nikola Scott


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This title will be released on September 6, 2018. 

August 1939

At peaceful Summerhill, orphaned Maddy hides from the world and the rumours of war. Then her adored sister Georgina returns from a long trip with a new friend, the handsome Victor. Maddy fears that Victor is not all he seems, but she has no idea just what kind of danger has come into their lives…


Chloe is newly pregnant. This should be a joyful time, but she is fearful for the future, despite her husband’s devotion. When chance takes her to Summerhill, she’s drawn into the mystery of what happened there decades before. And the past reaches out to touch her in ways that could change everything…

My Thoughts:

If you love a good old romance then this is the book for you, a perfect read for the beach or if you want a read that is pure escapism. I love how it differs from the past to the present. What it was like in 1939 is  incredible to read about and the author has clearly done some fantastic research.

I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.

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