Endless Skies by Jane Cable #BookReview #BlogTour #SapereBooks #Rachel’sRandomResources #5*

Get your hands on this delightful holiday read! Perfect for fans of Diane Chamberlain, Nora Roberts, Lorna Cook and Victoria Connelly.



If you want to move forward, you have to deal with the past…

After yet another disastrous love affair – this time with her married boss – Rachel Ward has been forced to leave her long-term position in Southampton for a temporary role as an Archaeology Lecturer at Lincoln University.

Rachel has sworn off men and is determined to spend her time away clearing her head and sorting her life out.

But when one of her students begins flirting with her, it seems she could be about to make the same mistakes again…

She distracts herself by taking on some freelance work for local property developer, Jonathan Daubney.

He introduces her to an old Second World War RAF base. And from her very first visit something about it gives Rachel chills…

As Rachel makes new friends and delves into local history, she is also forced to confront her own troubled past.

Why is she unable to get into a healthy relationship? What’s stopping her from finding Mr Right?

And what are the echoes of the past trying to tell her…?



ENDLESS SKIES is thought-provoking contemporary women’s fiction novel with a heart-warming ending. It merges moving World War Two historical events with modern day drama to reveal a relatable love story.

Interesting & Beguiling!

Another excellent read from Jane Cable – an author definitely added to my ‘must not miss’ list!

Archaeology lecturer Rachel Ward has a history of poor choices of lovers; her latest affair – with her married boss – has led to her being ‘loaded out’ to a different university for a year where she finds herself being pursued by a mature student, who refuses to take no for an answer. Her determination to get her life in order leads to her accepting a freelance job with a property development company alongside her university work. Her new boss needs her to find out if there’s anything significant on the site of an old WWII RAF base, but Rachel discovers more than she bargained for. As she begins to settle into the community, she finds out so much more . . .

On the surface this is an easy, gentle read but as I began to get into the story I found it absolutely beguiling and really hard to set aside to get some sleep! This is an author who knows how to spin a yarn and this one kept my attention without even trying. I loved the characters – every one different with enthralling back stories. A mix of mystery, romance and so much more, this story unfolds at it’s own pace but there is always something to focus on. Superb, in every way, and worth all five glowing stars!

My thanks to the publisher for my copy and to Rachel’s Random Resources for my spot on this tour; this is – as always – my honest, original and unbiased review.

Tags: women’s fiction

Author Bio

I write romance with a twist, that extra something to keep readers guessing right to the end. While my books are character driven my inspiration is always a British setting; so far a village in Yorkshire (The Cheesemaker’s House), a Hampshire wood (The Faerie Tree), gorgeous Studland Bay in Dorset (Another You) and rural Lincolnshire (Endless Skies).

I was born and raised in Cardiff but spent most of my adult life living near Chichester before my husband and I upped sticks and moved to Cornwall three years ago.

I published my first two novels independently and have now been signed by Sapere Books. I am an active member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and contributing editor to Frost online magazine.

Social Media

Website: http://www.janecable.com

Twitter: @JaneCable

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