Swan by Katherine Hole

Swan

For just a pure bit of escapism and fantasy, this book it great!  I wallowed in every bit of this, yes, of course, you know how it will end and you’re just waiting for her to twig the identity of her neighbour, but it’s written in such a great way that you’re sucked in.  The contrast between Maddy’s fantasy world and her really dull, depressing job creates a great tension.  I also loved that when Chet reveals himself, he doesn’t come over as the perfect Prince, he still has the petulance and selfishness of the screen star, and it’s crafted well enough to wonder if they are really made for each other.

Cup of coffee and enjoy!

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2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Katherine Hole
    Jul 02, 2013 @ 20:41:07

    Dear Anna, what a wonderful review! Thanks so much for your kind words. I’m so glad you enjoyed Swan. Your comments mean so much to me, especially coming from a fellow writer. Love and best wishes, Katherine xx

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