Good Morning World!
I am a massive lover of reading and I have read more than my fair share of books through out my life, so I thought I would share my favourite books on my blog. I wouldn’t say I have an ideal book genre that I stick to, my taste can vary across the board from romance novels to a crime or thriller. I do enjoy both ends of the spectrum but I certainly find the less scary books easier to read as I cannot read a crime book before I go to bed.
Today I am going to be reviewing Victoria Walters’ “The Second Love of My Life”. This book actually came out the beginning of last year, the reason I know this off the top of my head, is that I had the release date saved into my phone so I could get it straight away. However, despite being one of the first people to get a hold of this book, I didn’t actually start reading it until last month. But I am so glad I did as I managed to finish it in less than a week, I got a little obsessed.
The blurb reads “In the Cornish town of Talting, everyone is famous for something.
Until recently Rose was known for many things: her infectious positivity; her unique artistic talent; and of course, her devotion to childhood sweetheart Lucas.
But two years ago that changed in one unthinkable moment. Now, Rose is known for being the young woman who became a widow just aged twenty-four.
Rose knows that life must go on. But the thought of carving out a new future for herself is one she can barely entertain. Until a newcomer, Robert, arrives in Talting for the summer…
Can Rose allow herself to love again?
This book is an emotional heartthrob, that is beautifully written. It focuses in on life changes issues including drunk driving and death and teaches us about forgiveness, how valuable life is and the importance of grieving.
It follows the life of young woman called Rose in the town of Talting, and every year the people of her town hold a fate for the tourists. This year Rose holds open a stall to get rid of the remainder of her art, since she hasn’t been able to pick up a paint brush since the loss of her laid husband. She has always thought that her art had been a way for tourists bring a part of the coast home with them, but this time Robert (who is in town for her) opens big doors for Rose, helping her paint again and help relieve her from the death of Lucas.
Love Georgina xxx