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Kevin gripped Jilly’s coat and his voice became little more than a whisper. “I’m cursed, Jilly. Everyone who looks after me dies in a fire, or someone they love does. I don’t know how to stop it.”
When Rev. Alastair Roberts adopts Kevin Alderman, he dismisses any reference to the boy’s curse. But, as the pair spend more time in each other’s company, it becomes apparent that Kevin is not the only one with a bitter past.
As the past continues to haunt them, can they hope to change their future?
Virginia Crow has written an enjoyable story with sweet characters except of course, the bad guy. She’s written about a little boy who thinks he is a curse. Doesn’t take long to believe that if enough people tell us it’s true whether we’re a child or an adult, does it?
I must admit as I read through the first pages of this book, I wasn’t sure how I felt about reading it. It seemed to start out a little slow and then...something hit me, and I read it in a few sittings. I think this sort of plot involving a child trying to find a home and someone who loves them always catches anyone’s attention. But this one also became quite a thriller. No horror or violent parts, just a sit on the edge of your seat type of book. A good read. Worth my time.
read an excerpt...
“Where’s Kevin?” He looked around the room, panic seeping into him, but he forced himself to keep smiling. “Tuck in,” he continued. “I’ll just go find him.”
about Virginia Crow...
Virginia grew up in Orkney, using the breath-taking scenery to fuel her imagination and the
writing fire within her. When she's not writing, Virginia is usually to be found teaching music. She believes wholeheartedly in the power of music, especially as a tool of inspiration. She also helps out with the John o' Groats Book Festival which is celebrating its 4th year next April.
Virginia lives in the far-flung corner of Scotland, soaking in inspiration from the rugged cliffs and miles of sandy beaches.
She loves cheese, music and films, but hates mushrooms.
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