Happy Friday Everyone! Hope everyone has had a great week and looking forward to a wonderful weekend. A weekend where we can celebrate Father’s whether they are biological, adoptive, animal or any other type of father figure. So to kick of a hopefully wonderful weekend for everyone I am spotlighting Linn B. Halton and her book Never Alone. If you are a follower you know that I review a lot of books. There for I have seen just about everything. But, I must say Linn B. Halton surprised me with her ending. It was a wonderful ending that you aren’t expecting. Be sure to check out the rest of my review after the book blurb. And, for all of the Children, Grandchildren and Pet children be sure and go give that father figure in your life a great big hug and wish them all a Happy Father’s Day!
Life is all about the choices we make…
Holly is the envy of all her friends; she has lived with the gorgeous Will for five years. She supported him whilst his IT company grew and a life split between homes in the UK and Los Angeles beckons, offering them a glamorous and exciting lifestyle.
A series of terrifying encounters unleashes an inherited psychic sensitivity within Holly and she begins to wonder whether the path she’s on is the one she’s destined to take. The thought of hurting the people she loves the most causes her to bury her emotions, until fate takes a hand. Suddenly her perfect life begins to unravel…
“It’s a gift to be shown something that allows you to make a difference and alter the outcome of someone else’s life. However, the weight of the responsibility that goes along with that is huge and what about the ethics? The thing I have to ask myself is how did my actions change the future?” Holly Elizabeth Atherton
Never Alone begins with meeting Holly Atherton. Holly is a twenty something living a very good life with her boyfriend of five years. Both are in lucrative careers and they have the world before them. That is until Holly, who has always been naturally intuitive, experiences something so strong while showing a house it frightens her. This extremely strong psychic experience starts Holly down a path she was not prepared to go down. She begins to be intrigued by her experiences that grow by the day and this throws a huge obstacle in her boyfriend’s and family’s plans. Though she explores this portion of her life she begins to see her life in two parts. This is a challenge. Her life that was once perfect gets more and more complicated. She doesn’t even know if she wants to continue down this path or divert to a new and unknown path. If Holly does choose to leave the comfort and success of her planned future to something unknown is she ready and able to make that choice?
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It really drew me in. It was like a little roller coaster. Every time Holly learned something new about herself you really could empathize with her. Holly was so well written you could easily find yourself stepping into her shoes. I have to say I loved her friendship with Celia. She is the best friend all women want. I liked Will at first but no amount of 6 pack abs could make you overlook his severe personality problems. I also enjoyed the settings. How the story moved to different places in England then highlighting the differences between England and L.A was fantastic. Overall, I really liked this book. It was a good story with a wonderful twist in the end. And no amount of twisting my arm will make me give it away. Go out and read it! You will love it just like me.
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Life is a journey; it seems long but in reality it flashes by in a series of moments and memories. I have found that age does bring a kind of ‘wisdom’. Hopefully I have learnt lessons over the years from the mistakes I have made and the personal tragedies and triumphs that have littered the path I chose to wander. Were there shortcuts on the way? Very often there probably were, but whether I recognised them or simply sidestepped them, unwilling to be deterred from the path I had in my sights, I can’t honestly say. What I do know is that the path I have travelled is my path, chosen by me, unique and often obscure, reflecting personal traits I cannot hide; for they make me the person I am today.
Sharing ones’ written work is a dual edged sword; bitter sweet. It can feel as if you are baring your soul and you have to trust that the people you end up sharing those words with, will understand that. The more you write, the wider the audience you seek. When I write my aim is simple; I seek to strike a chord in the reader’s heart. So many books have inspired me throughout my life and the joy of reading and becoming entranced in a story that unfolds before my eyes, will always rate higher than chocolate on my ‘secret pleasures’ list.