Thursday, 3 June 2021

Review: The River Between Us

The River Between Us The River Between Us by Liz Fenwick
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I very quickly got caught up in this book.
The writing was exquisite and flowed so well which is something I notice with this author. I enjoy her books. Class distinction, love, romance and all in reflection too. I found that a superb touch which I thoroughly enjoyed.

Theo’s marriage has come to an end. So she moved into a quaint cottage on the banks of the river Tamar. Cornwall and Devon is such a lovely area so it was easy to imagine her living there.

I loved how all that surrounded her and her trying to now live an independent life was making good progress for her.

She finds letters in the cottage that turn out to be such an exciting, sometimes tragic part of a love lost. I was so taken into these letters the story of the past being peeled away bit by bit.

These letters have never been open. They’ve also been sent from a Battlefield. Love letters?
A love lived and lost?

She just had to read them. Wouldn’t you?

It’s such a great story that I was drawn in hook, line and sinker.

If you like stories of love and lost. Intense reads. A well written and well thought out book, starting over, finding happiness, then this is your book.

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