LAST BITE OF THE CHERRY by Margaret Cullingford Dark #Romance @CullingfordMags #RNA @RNAtweets
Many thanks to the ever supportive Rosie Amber for her review of Mags’s first novel. New Romantics Press is eagerly awaiting #3 from Mags. No pressure. LOL.
Last Bite Of The Cherry is a dark romance, more of a tale of slowly unfolding life-stories which culminate in another chance for some of the characters.
The book opens in 1969, Monica Sommers is just fourteen, she witnesses her parents arguing, then a near fatal accident. A distressing time for the young Monica.
A couple of chapters later and it is now the year 2000. Monica is in training to be a nun, is involved with a refuge for abused women and she also counsels. She hopes to help Rosaleen Westlake, a women suffering from depression. Through their sessions Monica finds similarities in their lives and this unleashes her own past.
The book hops back and forth with time-slips throughout Monica’s life. Much of it involves her re-telling these events to her very good friend…
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