I was lucky enough to be able to read and review Letting in Light by Emma Davies back in September and boy, what a story it was! Immensely enjoyable, light, dark, and romantic, Letting in Light is a gem of a novel and one that makes me so pleased that I set up Bookaholic Confessions, otherwise I may not have discovered this gorgeous story of Ellie, Will, Finn and the beautiful Rowan Hill. (You can read my original review here.) Author Emma Davies has just released a new cover for Letting in Light and I am completely in love with it. It’s warm, enticing and I feel it represents the story wonderfully. Just look at it! It’s fabulous and it brings autumn to mind, so it’s ideal for this time of year, too.
In my opinion, Letting in Light is the perfect way to spend 99p and a chilly autumn day…
If you haven’t yet read this five-shoe worthy novel, then here’s a little more about Letting In Light…
Rowan Hill. Come first out of curiosity, explore as a guest, return as a friend.
When Ellie arrives at Rowan Hill all she wants is peace and quiet and a place to lick her wounds, but fate it would seem has other things in mind for her.
Firstly there’s Will, who has a reputation for being a humourless grumpy loner; things would be perfect if everyone would just leave him and his estate alone. Is he just plain grumpy, or is it the big fat secret he’s keeping that makes him act the way he does?
Then there’s Finn, who’s drop dead gorgeous, but who ran away from his past. He’s now planning a return home to Rowan Hill, and although he knows Will’s secret, he’s not about to tell Ellie. Is it loyalty to his brother that keeps him quiet, or perhaps it’s just that he has a few secrets of his own?
The perfect solution for all of them is staring Ellie in the face, trouble is she’s been accused of meddling before. Her vision for Rowan Hill could be just what everyone needs, so should she follow her heart or her head?
As Ellie puts her plans to save Rowan Hill into action, romance and friendships blossom, however the complications of the past are never far away, and a shocking revelation soon threatens their hopes for the future. Suddenly the beliefs they once held true become the biggest obstacle they have to overcome. Will Ellie find the courage to learn from the truth and finally let a little light into all their lives.
After all, life, like art, is all about perception, and sometimes it just depends on your point of view….
I was also thrilled and waaay too excited to have one of my quotes used on the accompanying promotional postcard, so thank you, Emma!
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