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Eight Perfect Hours by Lia Louis – Blog Tour

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Eight Perfect Hours by Lia Louis

Genre: Fiction, Romance
Rating: 4/5
Publisher: Orion Books

About The Book

What if you fell in love…
… and then he disappeared?
When Noelle and Sam’s lives collide one snowy evening, they spend eight perfect hours stuck side by side believing that they’ll never see each other again.
But soon their lives become entangled in ways they never expected – and it’s going to change everything…

My Thoughts

Do you believe in serendipity or fate? Because this is a story of Noelle Butterby and Sam Attwood, they meet by chance in a snow storm and have a perfect eight hours together, and that’s all, isn’t it? At least that’s why they are expecting, meeting someone by chance, have a good time but never see them again, destiny has another plan for them, and they start meeting by chance again and again…
I have to say that I enjoyed this read, it was light, happy and left me with a smile; is not difficult to be an spectator in this story and hope that these two characters believe that they could be something more than just a fling, a way to show the reader that sometimes it’s only us that we put the walls in our life not the life per se.
I think this is the perfect book to disconnect and enjoy the story, not to complicate things and make us see leave the book with a smile. Romantic but real, we can relate to the story, not only for the romance part but for starting to believe in our gut and don’t always think negative.
I would recommend this story to anyone that wants to smile, it doesn’t matter the weather, this story will warm your heart.
Are you ready for “Eight Perfect Hour

About The Author

Lia Louis is a writer from Hertfordshire where she lives with her partner and three young children. In 2015, she won ELLE magazine’s annual talent competition with her contemporary love letter, #RelationshipGoals. Lia’s fascination with letters doesn’t stop with her writing: she also has a varied collection of old letters which are a source of inspiration to her. SOMEWHERE CLOSE TO HAPPY is her first novel.

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