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Erin Carter is alone. Plagued by childhood nightmares since the loss of her mother, she embarks on a journey to trace her father, hoping to find some semblance of family and put the darkness to rest. A tentative thread leads her to Hopetoun, in rural Scotland, and the welcoming Cornfield Castle.

There she meets Abigail Miller, the castle chef, who quickly becomes her tour guide and search partner. Along with Abigail’s brother, George, they decipher village gossip from truth, fact from folklore, and offer Erin sanctuary within the castle walls.

But when Erin’s nightmares start to close in, can she defeat them and learn to live again? 

©2017 Wendy Hudson (P)2021 Tantor

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It's rare that a book hits me on a deep and personal level but this one did exactly that. There were times when I felt like Hudson had burrowed her way into my head and was writing my life (you know, aside from the murdery stuff). I found myself pausing the audio to take a slow breath before hitting play again. If you're someone who grew up not knowing a parent, then tissues at the ready.

It's no secret that I'm here for anything Hudson has to offer, but I've got to say that this book has shot straight to the top of my list and I expect it'll stay there for a long time.

Hudson's romance writing is exceptional (actually, I'd quite like to see her go all in on a pure romance one day, but we'll see). Inevitably, she had me rooting for the MCs from the off by making them both relatable and likeable.

As always, there were many exquisit descriptions peppered throughout, and she did a grand job of bringing places and scenery to life - especially the tower *raises eyebrow.

All in all, another fantastic read from this author and I simply cannot wait to see what she does next. It's official...Wendy Hudson is my favourite Lesfic author. *Hands over trophy.

Also...massive props to Ruth Urquhart who did an incredible job on the narration. I'll be looking out for more from her.

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  • Mark D
  • 13-01-22

Way too much

I would definitely not call this a thriller or mystery. This is heavy into lesbian romance.
As a gay dude this wasn't something I could push through to the end. If the story was written better and not been a depressing snooze fest.