I was ever so slightly apprehensive about reading this book as I tend to steer clear of anything of a paranormal nature but I needn’t have worried. Tyler gives that side of things a light touch as she tells us about the choices Sophie Heron made in her earlier life that, on the run up to her fortieth birthday, she starts to think about more closely. One Valentine’s Day, 15 years ago, Sophie received four cards from four different men and had to choose her way forward and, facing difficulties in her current relationship, she wonders if she made the right decision.
This came across as a very realistic story as I’m sure there are times in all our lives where we have thought back to the decisions we have made and wondered if we had done the right thing. Fortunately for Sophie she has her Auntie Flick to guide her in both seeing what her future might have been had she chosen differently as well as subtly pointing her in the right direction now. Don’t we all wish we had such a guardian angel!
This is a wonderful story told very well, as I have come to expect from this author and I’d recommend to anyone who enjoys well written romantic tales.
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I loved this book too, Aunt Flick can guide me any time she likes. Great review.
Thanks Rosie – I think we’d all like an Auntie Flick in our corner – I just have a horrible feeling I wouldn’t listen to her!!
A lovely story – I really enjoyed it.
Terry is such a good writer and so prolific. I’m full of admiration.
Thanks for your comment June. I agree – and she comes up with such great ideas in the first place!!
I didn’t know you had read it, June, thank you! And many thanks as ever to Rosie and Georgia xx
You’re more than welcome Terry
A great review Georgia. This is another one that I’ll have to add to my ever growing TBR list. 🙂
Thanks Diane, this is a novella so won’t be as much of a time commitment for you! If you can find that space one afternoon this will fill it nicely 🙂