Natasha Kapoor's life is at a turning point. Leaving London for the magical Cornish coast to attend the funeral of her beloved grandmother, this trip will reunite her with her large and complicated family. As she and her family sort through her grandmother’s possessions and prepare to sell her idyllic coastal home, Natasha is given the long-lost diary of her aunt Cecily, who died in a tragic accident at the age of fifteen.
Returning home Natasha must get back to normality. But how can she forget the tragic tale of love and heartbreak that emerged from the pages of Cecily’s diary? And will Cecily’s words, though written forty years ago, inspire Natasha to take a chance on love?
This book was beautifully narrated and I loved every minute of it. And the storyline was magical.
I did enjoy this book.
I thought the two narrators were excellent and very well read.
I did find this a good story with interesting characters, however I found it to be quite depressive. There was so much negativity. I don't want to ruin it for future readers by disclosing too much but I found the topics to cover mainly negative subjects. I.e death, divorce, breakdown of family, her relationship with her mother, her financial situation, infidelity etc.... I am glad I didn't listen to it on holiday as a 'happy' read.
So although it was well written it was too negative for me personally. Hope this review is helpful.
The story line took some twists and turn but delivered an interesting tale. I did guess partly what was going to happen but still good
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I really enjoyed the story, not a standard romance. Good narration and flowed really well for the most part. I would definitely read this author again.