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December 5, 2013


It isn’t that easy to look forward when the past is so close behind you.

Life hasn’t always been kind to  Emma Le Goff. She has had her fair share of hardship and now Finally, her life appears to be looking up. She and her childhood sweetheart, Seth Jago, are set to marry and both believe that an idyllic existence, free from heartache, awaits them.

However, when they discover the past is more difficult to forget  tan they could have ever have imagined Emma continues to be haunted  by the mysterious circumstances surrounding her family, and Seth is hounded by a jealous ex-lover set on revenge.

Seth plans for their escape to Canada but when the charismatic Matthew Caunter returns to Devon, Emma  finds herself uncertain of whether a move to Canada is really what she wants.

Turn Full Circle in 2102 is the first of a sequel and Emma There’s no Turning Back is the second in the sequel.

Emma There’s No Turning Back  Paperback  is out 7th January 2014.

My review

It is October 1911. Emma Le Goff  has had her fair share of hardship and now things are looking up  for her. Emma at eighteen and Seth Jago childhood sweethearts are now set to marry. Emma and Seth ask reverend Thomson to marry them both but the reverend refuses to mary them. But as the reverend wont marry them Emma has a plan.Seth Jago has a house built and a bakery Emma so she can have her own bakery business selling to hotels. Seth Jago paid a visit to his ex girlfriend Caroline who held Seth’s baby daughter in her arms. Seth paid Caroline some money and hoped that his money would be enough to buy Caroline Prentiss off. Seth always promised Emma that he would never lie to her. Seth was going to have to tell Emma about his baby daughter Rose he just needed to find the right moment. Out of the blue Emma walks into her bakery to find that Caroline Prentiss has come into Emma’s bakery uninvited sitting in a chair holding Seth’s baby. Emma knew Seth wined and dined Caroline once or twice but has no idea why Caroline is holding a baby in her bakery. This is  a wonderful tale for the year 2014 to read. It  will have you hooked from page one  it is full of twist and turns and is full of lovely characters.


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