Eight Perfect Hours by Lia Louis #BookReview #Orion #NetGalley #5*

Don’t miss the latest, hotly anticipated love story from Lia Louis! Perfect for fans of Beth O’Leary, Josie Silver and Cecelia Ahern.

What if you fell in love

… and then he disappeared?

When Noelle and Sam’s lives collide one snowy evening, they spend eight perfect hours stuck side by side believing that they’ll never see each other again.

But soon their lives become entangled in ways they never expected – and it’s going to change everything…

Moving, Tender & Touching!

A gorgeous story! I’m surprised I haven’t come across this author’s work before.

Noelle and Sam are strangers who find themselves stranded due to snow and, for eight hours, there is a connection but they will never see each other again – or will they?

This is the most wonderful read! I love that the blurb keeps all it’s secrets which, for me, adds to the sheer enjoyment. A very engaging story with that elusive magical quality which keeps us reading to the very end. The characters are skilfully created and the whole thing is beautifully written. A very touching tale by an immensely talented author; a tender romance where the ending is never a given, this had me hooked all the way through. Moving, tender and realistic, this is a novel I’m happy to give my highest recommendation and all five glowing stars.

My thanks to the publisher for my copy via NetGalley; this is – as always – my honest, original and unbiased review.

Tags: contemporary fiction

Author Details

Lia Louis lives in the United Kingdom with her partner and three young children. Before raising a family, she worked as a freelance copywriter and proofreader. She was the 2015 winner of Elle magazine’s annual writing competition and has been a contributor for Bloomsbury’s Writers’ and Artists’ blog for aspiring writers. She is the author of Somewhere Close to HappyDear Emmie Blue, and Eight Perfect Hours.

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