About the Book
Nothing lasts forever … Could it be that Gary’s time on earth is coming to an end? His visits are less frequent and his visibility is fading fast. But Gary still has a mission to accomplish, which involves Hattie and her ability to pass on a heart-rending message. And there’s something else he needs to do, but spirit guide Clarence isn’t proving very helpful.
Hattie’s best friend Cat’s ex-husband is determined to prove that he deserves another chance, but do leopards really change their spots?
Times are tough for Hattie’s mother Rachel, but where there’s life, there’s hope …
Meanwhile, is there someone already in Hattie’s life who can help her move on when it’s finally time to say goodbye?
I read this lovely serialised trilogy over a few months and despite the gaps in between I could follow the storyline very easily without any need to read back. I have been weepy in each of the books, but this one more than any other. But not for reasons I thought. There are also many happy endings throughout. And a few spooky ones.
It is a quick book to read, it only took me a couple of hours. Many people would be able to read all of them in one day, they are very readable with just enough of a cliffhanger at the end of each one to carry on.
As before it’s not just about Hattie, Gary is still there but less visible and Cat also has a fairly large role. In a lot of ways she is more vulnerable than Hattie. I was willing her to open her eyes to what was happening around her.
I cried, but I also smiled, this series was a lovely break from murder and mayhem and I will look out for the author in the future.