When Billy reaches out to help, her kindness brings many changes which threaten hopes, homes, and even the people she loves the most.
Who is the Culmfield Cuckoo?
Will they help Billy get her life back? Or is the Cuckoo the cause of everything that is going wrong?
Who is telling the truth?
It is certainly true that this book can be read as a stand alone, but I would recommend you to read the first part as well. The author gives enough but not too much information to enable the reader to follow, but I think you will enjoy this story even more when you know everything that happened in the past.
I have to be honest. I did not thoroughly enjoy the prequel, but I was utterly enthousiastic about this one. The writing style was so much more fluent in my opinion and I really liked the suspense as well as the drama.
After finishing both and looking back, the package is very good. I liked the characters more and the author had no problem keeping me entertained.
Although I struggled a bit getting through book 1, this one read like a hot knife through butter.
I was having doubts about starting this story, but I am very happy I gave it a chance, because I utterly enjoyed it. This comes to show that you do not have to let yourself be guided by certain feelings, but bite the bullet. Every book should be started with a fresh and open mind. If I would not have done that, I would have missed out on this gem. 5 stars.
Thank you, Celia Moore and Rachel’s Random Resources.
About the author
Celia Moore (1967-now) grew up on a small farm near Exeter. She had a successful career as a Chartered Surveyor working in the City of London before working her way back to Devon. In 2000, she left the office to start a new adventure as an outdoor instructor, teaching rock climbing and mountaineering. Today she gardens for a few lovely customers, runs and writes (accompanied at all times by a border terrier x jack russell called Tizzy). She is running the London Marathon in April 2019 for three cancer charities.
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