REVIEW: Beneath The Moon and The Stars by Amelia Thorne



Home, sweet home…

Joy Cartier has been to some of the most beautiful places in the world – but none of them have ever felt like home. So moving into a tiny cottage in the idyllic village of Bramble Hill, walking distance from her childhood home, seems like the perfect plan.

That is, until she gets there. The surly inhabitants of Britain’s Friendliest Village are anything but welcoming. Even her neighbour, reclusive Hollywood star Finn Mackenzie, takes one look at her and walks in the other direction.

But when the village animosity steps up a gear, it is the infuriatingly brooding Finn who keeps coming to her rescue. Slowly Joy begins to realise that maybe a happy home isn’t about where you live, but who you’re with

My Review 

Wow what a wonderfully fantastic, fabulous, beautiful, amazing  debut novel from Amelia Thorne I have to say it totally swept me away. I heard so many good things about it and I am glad I purchased to see what the fuss was about.

The novel has everything Mystery, romance, crime and much more, the story never had a dull moment and kept you on your toes throughout. The tension and spark between Joy and Finn was just electric. There is plenty of secrets to found from both Finn and Joy.

I am really looking forward to more like this from Thorne.

5 of 5 stars

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