Summer moved on

SUMMER MOVED ON 

BY JOANNA LAMBERT

 

 

 

After a long-buried secret tears her family apart, Jess Hayden moves to the South Devon village of Lynbrook to live with her uncle.   Rufus owns the village pub, The Black Bull, and having visited before, Jess knows the villagers well…especially one of them.

Talún Hansen has a reputation, making him the kind of man no decent girl should get involved with.  Jess, however, has been under his spell from the moment they first met.  Although they always seem to bring out the worst in each other, there is no denying the attraction that simmers between them - an attraction Jess knows she needs to keep under control after repeated warnings from her uncle.  

As she settles into village life she begins to learn more about this wild, dark-haired gypsy with the compelling eyes, and realises their lives hold many similarities.  Despite her uncle’s warnings, she begins to spend time with him.  For Jess, the coming summer holds passion; for Talún the hope that he has at last found someone who truly cares for him.

But as autumn approaches, a dark shadow from Jess’s past returns, bringing far-reaching and unwanted changes for both of them.

 

 

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My Review

 

The two protagonists, Torun and Jess are both vulnerable. Torun was abandoned by his mother and Jess lost her mother at a young age. It would seem that these two young people are meant for each other. The course of true love never did run smooth however and at times I wanted to slap both of them and bring them to their senses. With Lily as prize trouble-maker, it is not surprising that these two seem to fall out and make up on a regular basis. The location and characters are superbly drawn and Jo Lambert certainly knows how to tell a story. I found myself sad as I was coming to the end but then, happy surprise, I discovered that there will be a sequel. I am really looking forward to finding out what happens to these two next.

 

5/5

ABOUT JO LAMBERT

 

 

 

 

Jo Lambert was born and brought up in rural Wiltshire in a small village on the edge of Salisbury Plain.  She has spent most of her working life in Senior PA or Admin Management roles both in the private and public sectors.  Her love of reading soon spilled over into writing and her first novel When Tomorrow Comes was published in 2009.  Four other books – Love, Lies and Promises, The Ghost of You and Me, Between Today and Yesterday and The Other Side of Morning followed.  They formed a series following the lives and loves of four Somerset families.

 Jo lives on the eastern side of the Georgian city of Bath with her husband, one small grey feline called Mollie and a forty eight year old white MG Midget called Bridget.  She loves travel, red wine, rock music and cooking for friends.

Summer Moved On, her sixth novel, is the first part of a two book love story set in South Devon.

 

e-mail: taurusgirl185@gmail.com

googleplus: google.com/+JoLambert

twitter: @jolambertwriter

website: http://jolambertbooks.com

blog:  http://jolambertwriter.wordpress.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 E-COPIES OF THE BOOK

THE GIVEAWAY IS OPEN INTERNATIONALLY

 

 

 

 

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My Review

 

The two protagonists, Torun and Jess are both vulnerable. Torun was abandoned by his mother and Jess lost her mother at a young age. It would seem that these two young people are meant for each other. The course of true love never did run smooth however and at times I wanted to slap both of them and bring them to their senses. With Lily as prize trouble-maker, it is not surprising that these two seem to fall out and make up on a regular basis. The location and characters are superbly drawn and Jo Lambert certainly knows how to tell a story. I found myself sad as I was coming to the end but then, happy surprise, I discovered that there will be a sequel. I am really looking forward to finding out what happens to these two next.

 

5/5

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Rebecca Emin | Reply 03.08.2015 14.45

Great post! I'm glad you enjoyed the book, I have bought a copy and can't wait to read it.

Jo Lambert | Reply 03.08.2015 11.08

Thank you so much Julie x

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Thank you so much for your kind review and for the effort of hosting my book on your website. I really appreciate it.

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