Pages: 448 (hardcover)
Published: 16 July 2020
My rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟
I really enjoyed the women who ran away, i found it totally refreshing and when I first started reading I knew I was going to enjoy it.
I really enjoyed Deira’s character , my heart went out to her throughout the book. Deira is distraught after the breakup in her relationship with Gavin, so when a ticket arrives for their planned European holiday she decides to go herself.
With Grace’s character my heart when out to her, she’s ready to take a ferry across to France , her trip will end in Spain and was planned by her husband, so with her itinerary in place, Grace is travelling alone.
I really enjoyed following Deira and Grace travelling through france and spain, and found the author done amazing with the descriptions to the point I felt I could imagine it all. I found the story really easy to follow and found it seem natural when Deira and Grace came together in together.
I really enjoyed Sheila O’Flanagan’s book, I really enjoyed her writing style and how she describes the different places throughout the story, I will definitely be picking another one of her books up.
I found this story was of grief, friendship, loss and acceptance and I really enjoyed how Deira and Grace became together throughout there journeys.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book and all thoughts and opinions are my own.