Homecoming by Tanya Bullock book review


Homecoming by Tanya Bullock, publisher Blackbird Digital Books, is available in ebook format from FRIDAY 1st April 2016.

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All that mattered to Rosie, all that had ever really mattered, was that she loved Tom and he loved her

Rosie and Tom belong together.
For too long, war and its devastating aftermath have kept them apart.
Now that Tom has finally returned home, Rosie hopes that they will be able to put the past behind them.
But when a mysterious sequence of events unfolds, their love is put to the test once more
With a shocking secret hanging heavily over their relationship…
With circumstances conspiring against them at every turn…
Rosie and Tom find themselves caught up in the biggest battle of their lives.
Will their demons ultimately consume them?
Or will love conquer all in the end?

old couple silhouette

I’d like to thank the publishers for an arc in return for an honest review.

I don’t know where to begin with this beautiful love story. This is a short story and I devoured it in one sitting and my heart felt completely shattered afterwards. A short story that packed such an emotive punch.

It’s a very unusual premise for a love story and not one that I’ve read before. It’s set in two time frames: just before the war and at the present day. We hear the story of love blossoming for Rosie and Tom and then we hear about a different love between Rosie and Tom as they are now.

I don’t want to reveal too much about the storyline but the author broached a difficult subject with such sensitivity. From the first few lines I was hooked with the beauty of the author’s writing it was quite simply stunning and poetic. There is a twist in the tale at the end and my heart was aching for the lost love.  5/5*

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