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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 14 March 2021
The "bestseller full of warmth and heart"? I'm 1/4 of the way through this and haven't found any evidence of either warmth or heart. I just passed the part where she played the violin in the woods and the sound supposedly carried all the way to the village, quite a distance away - even if she had run the violin through loudspeakers, I'd question that. I agree with others who have said they disliked the characters, haven't found anyone I want to spend the rest of this book with. Not only that, but the plot (so far) is stretching my willing suspension of disbelief. I'm putting it down now - there are better books to fill my time.
Having said that, I've loved the author's other books. Hope she gets a better idea for the next one.
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