Date Published: 11th October 2017
Publisher: Tirgearr Publishing
Having escaped an abusive relationship, Chloe MacGregor is determined to put the past behind her. The little cottage high up on the cliffs overlooking the beautiful North Yorkshire town of Whitby is her safe haven, somewhere she is free to be herself.
When the arrival of her new neighbour and boss, Luke Warwick, threatens her peaceful, sheltered life, Chloe is forced to confront her past and to re-evaluate who she really is. Falling in love with Luke is not part of her plan but, to her surprise, Luke is falling for her too. The only thing preventing their happy ever after is Chloe herself. Will she ever truly learn to leave the past where it belongs?
I really liked the balance that was present between these two characters. Chloe is damaged and has quite a bit to overcome from her past. Luke is domineering and the opposite of what she thinks she needs.
Luke, wow, he is hot hot hot! That really came through the pages for me. I think his connection with Chloe and how he pushed her was so perfectly done.
We are given a novel that does not unravel predictably and will keep the reader guessing and enjoying the ride the whole way through. The story itself was engaging and the romance added to that.
About the Author
I’m a contemporary romance author, published with the lovely Tirgearr Publishing, and am a proud member of the Romantic Novelist Association. I live in the beautiful East Riding of Yorkshire in the UK and, although I work full-time in the public sector, my favourite pastime, when not writing, is wandering around old stately homes.
My debut novel, Beauty and the Recluse, was published in February 2016, closely followed by my second, Love on the Nile, which was released in the Summer of 2016. My third novel, Warwick’s Mermaid, was published in October 2017.
A few random pieces of information about me:
· Favourite TV shows – The Walking Dead, The X-Files, Nashville, Dr. Who, the Great British Bake-off.
· Favourite Music – I’m an 80’s girl!, country, sixties, Elvis, classical (when I’m writing)
· Favourite Food – Indian, tapas, crisps
· Favourite Drink – black coffee (copious amounts when I’m writing) sauvignon blanc