I received this book for free for a Blog Tour in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Ways to Say Goodbye by Tilly Tennant
Also by this author: Hopelessly Devoted to Holden Finn, The Man Who Can't Be Moved, Mishaps and Mistletoe, Little Acts of Love
Series: Once Upon A Winter #3
Also in this series: The Accidental Guest, I'm Not in Love, One Starry Night
Published by Self-Published on 18th February 2016
Genres: Chicklit, Love & Romance
Source: for a Blog Tour
When Mitchell shocked Hannah with his decision, it seemed that happiness might be just around the corner; but, as usual, fate steps in to snatch it from under Hannah’s nose. Instead of the bliss she was promised, problems are now flying at her so fast it’s hard to know what to deal with first. There’s the appearance of a mystery car that seems to be stalking her every move. Then there’s sister, Gina, torn between hunky young farmer, Ross, and giving her cheating husband a second chance to save their family. Most worrying of all, Mitchell’s memory is finally back but if Hannah had thought this would be a good thing, she soon discovers nothing could be further than the truth.
What will this all mean for Hannah? She deserves a happy ending, but right now it seems horribly far away…
Thank you to JB for letting me take part in this tour. As you probably know I really enjoy Tilly’s writing so I just had to be part of the tour.
This is the third book in this series and just as things seemed to be picking up for Hannah they take a turn for the worst. We see how Hannah reacts to Mitchell’s confession at the end of the second book.
We also see how Gina and Ross’s story develops. I really liked Gina and Ross as a couple but the course of true love never does run smoothly.
There’s also a mystery car that seems to be stalking Hannah’s house. I guess who this was a little before it was revealed. I was screaming at the characters to realise who it was.
This book ends on a cliffhanger so I couldn’t wait to get started on the last part of this story.
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