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Tuesday, April 5, 2016

The Swan Widow by Fiona Cameron




This is an autumn love story of the best kind. Peigi has settled in her mind that she is not going to find someone whom she will find a lasting love but she is also terribly tied down to looking after two spoilt children who are her sister's grandchildren. The mother and grandmother are both dead and the father is either too desperate or finds it very convenient to just totally dump the responsibility on Peigi and depart for his high powered consultancy work.

Peigi is wondering and planning how she can escape from this prison of her own making and she is planning to stage her death and disappearance (I initially thought she was writing a novel!) and during one of her visits to her favourite cafe she meets up with Kevin who just refuses to let her go.

Kevin is a retired cop, who has set up his own security consultancy business though you see hardly any business once he arrives on the scene and he very neatly captures Peigi's heart and mind completely.

The usual story of love and romance with its ups and downs, and much more variants and differences when each of you has baggage by the ton, and histories by the dozen to be either unraveled or kept tightly hidden. It was these unravel lings that added so much spice to the drama.

Lovely to find a very late second chance at love so successful.

Sent to me by Netgalley for an honest review courtesy of Flying Swan Press.

4 comments:

bermudaonion said...

The story sounds sweet and the cover is lovely!

Kathryn T said...

Oh this so sounds like a book I would really enjoy. Going to mark it as one to read!

(Diane) Bibliophile By the Sea said...

Sounds like a good one and lovely cover as well -- love NetGalley!

Martha Eskuchen said...

Ohh- This sounds like a story I would enjoy. Wonder if it is still available at NetGalley. I like the cover too.
Thanks for sharing.