Leave a comment
I am glad that I will be able to give the book to my mother in Spring as she is not able to read it in English – I have just finished the Lavenderkeeper and have happily dowloaded The French promise on my kindle to read on. Hope thsi one will be translated in German too?!
btw I like the German title – it suits!
Add-on: Already finished “The French Promise” – was not able to do something else – no chores done – missed my underground station once – WONDERFUL read! Would LOVE to able to start a third sequel at once! 😉
Have recommended your books to some friends.
Missing a train station or bus stop is demonstration of total absorption in a book that is being wholly enjoyed…thank you Petra for being that reader and for making me smile today when I read your post 🙂
Loved, loved, loved The Lavender Keeper, was pleasantly surprised to discover there was a sequel, bought it read it straight away. Reading Fields of Gold now and loving it. The Tailor’s Girl on the bookshelf waiting to be read next. Keep writing Fiona, we need your stories and your talent!
Forgot to say I am this day doing a book review of the Lavender Keeper s on my Facebook and telling my friends I have discovered Fiona McIntosh!