About the Book
“Maybe he wasn’t here because of the lights – maybe they were here because of him …”
It’s been over eighteen months since Molly Gilchrist has had a man (as her best friend, Caro, is so fond of reminding her) so when she as good as stumbles upon one, lying comatose, on the moors one bitterly cold morning, it seems like the Universe is having a laugh at her expense.
But Phinn Baxter (that’s Doctor Phinneas Baxter) is no drunken layabout, as Molly is soon to discover; with a PhD in astrophysics and a tortured past that is a match for Molly’s own disastrous love life.
Finding mysterious men on the moors isn’t the weirdest thing Molly has to contend with, however. There’s also those strange lights she keeps seeing in the sky. The ones she’s only started seeing since meeting Phinn …
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Molly and Phinn, who can’t seem to let go of they less than perfect upbringing. see something strange in the night sky, but no one else sees it except them. Are the both mad? What is it? As the story moves on Molly begins to see Phinn differently than he sees himself and Phinn is plagued by feelings of inadequacy.
It was a good story, but I really feel Phinn needed to move on from his “woe is me drama”, what can I say, it was too much, Molly on the other hand, I got, in spite of everything, she tried to make the best of her situation. I would probably have done the same thing if I was her, who knows?
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