Part Two of this heartwarming four-part serial about finding the strength to put the past behind you and to reach out for a future filled with happiness and love.
Cat Devon knew she couldn’t avoid Amias Wells for long. She also knew sparks would fly the moment they came face to face. They never did get on and nothing has changed in eighteen years – except that Amias is even more annoying. So why does Cat still catch her breath whenever he looks her way?
The fact he flies a vintage Spitfire for the Merriment Bay WWII Museum doesn’t interest Cat, but his knowledge of the former RAF pilots stationed there certainly does. She wants to find out all she can about the man in the photo in Viola’s trunk. And what with hospital visits, dealing with her mum, and sorting out problems with Viola’s house, Cat could use more than just Kyra’s help.
But Kyra makes it clear she thinks Cat and Amias should spend more time together. Which is ridiculous. Apart from the fact they don’t get on, Amias wasn’t interested in Cat before the accident that left the ugly scars on her face and body, so he definitely won’t be attracted to her now. Besides, Cat’s not looking for romance. She’s happy with her life just the way it is.
This is Part Two of a new, four-part serial. The parts are:
Coming Home to Merriment Bay – Part One: A Reunion
Coming Home to Merriment Bay – Part Two: Sparks Fly
Coming Home to Merriment Bay – Part Three: Christmas
Coming Home to Merriment Bay – Part Four: Starry Skies
This is a novel told in four parts. It forms Book One in Emily Harvale’s Merriment Bay series which is interconnected to her Wyntersleap series. Each series can be read alone, but several characters appear in both series.
Firstly, you really need to read the first book in this series before starting this one. It would definitely be beneficial to get the most enjoyment.
The story follows on from where we left Cat and Kyra when they returned to Merriment Bay. Sparks certainly seem to be flying when it comes to Cat and Amias. The author is keeping any signs of a relationship between these two, well and truly up her sleeve though. Obviously this has made me desperate to read the last two books in the series.
It’s hard to say to much about what happens in the book as it may spoil it for readers who haven’t read the first installment. This book focuses more on finding the man behind the letters and photo from Viola’s trunk. We get a bit further on in finding out but again, the author doesn’t reveal to much to ensure we come back for more.
Coming Home To Merriment Bay: Part Two: Sparks Fly is an engaging and cosy read. It is packed full of charm with wonderful characters that makes it endearing to the reader. Am now on tenterhooks until part three and four are out.
My thanks to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for an advanced readers copy of this book. All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway.
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Emily writes novels, novellas and
short stories about friendship, family and falling in love. She loves a happy
ending but knows that life doesn’t always go to plan. Her stories are sure to
bring a smile to your face and a warmth to your heart.
Emily loves to connect with her readers and has a readers’ group in which many have become good friends. To catch up with Emily, find out about the group, or connect with her on social media, go to her website at http://www.emilyharvale.com.
Having lived and worked in London for several years, Emily returned to her home town of Hastings where she now writes full-time. She’s a member of the SoA and the RWA, an Amazon bestseller and a Kindle All Star. When not writing, she can be found enjoying the stunning East Sussex coast and countryside, or in a wine bar with friends, discussing life, love and the latest TV shows. Chocolate cake is often eaten. She dislikes housework almost as much as she dislikes anchovies – and will do anything to avoid both. Emily has two mischievous rescue cats that like to sprawl across her keyboard, regardless of whether Emily is typing on it, or not.
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