The icy air is a slap in the face after the fug of the probate office. And a slap in the face is what I damn well need, but it doesn’t help and I am left feeling disorientated.
I have to pull myself together. For Claire’s sake, as much as anything. A father is irreplaceable, after all – a husband is, well …
She touches my arm. “Come on, Mum – let’s go for a coffee now that’s over.”
This sounds like quite an emotional opening, so it seems a little intrusive to need to know more … but I do! … Especially as I am familiar with the physical places the book is set in, which always adds to the interest for me, and the mention of a faerie tree is definitely rather tantalising!
You can read more about both book and author, here ..
Be sure to keep an eye out for Jane Cable’s great guest post, to be published here very soon!
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