Laura is happy and content, she has a new boyfriend and loves her job teaching primary school pupils in London. But when she inherits a rundown house from a stranger on her 30th birthday, memories of her prom night come flooding back, memories of a scary encounter and an antique mirror in the very same house.
Laura visits the house with all its secrets and as she unravels the clues she reveals the biggest secret of all: her own destiny. But how can you change the future if it’s already written in the past?
Mirror, mirror on the wall…
I sooooo adore the cover. It reflects the content perfectly. But it’s not only the outside of the book that I loved. The story itself is completely and utterly beautiful.
It’s a bit spooky in the beginning, but the whole is wonderful. I sometimes held my breath, I sometimes sighed with relief, I smiled at the little jokes, I sometimes felt tears well up in my eyes. I was totally captivated and it seemed like my mind followed Laura everywhere.
I can only add one thing. This is a must read, without a doubt. 5 stars more than deserved.
Thank you, Florence Keeling and RachelsRandomResources.
About the author
Florence Keeling adopted for her pen-name her Great Grandmother’s name, chosen because of the shared birthday of April Fool’s Day. She is married with two teenage chidren. Born and raised in Coventry, England she now lives just outside in Nuneaton. Reflected Destinies is her first novel. Florence Keeling also writes for children under the name of Lily Mae Walters.