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Pletely swept away to Paris and Venice The character of Daniel gives some welcome relief and a nice romantic lement The problem I have with this book was the second half after Venice it just became predictable The Baccarat : La lgende du cristal ending being careful what I say so I don t spoil anything for me just didn t work and the whole story lackedmotional punch it descended into a predictable story where I stopped caring about the outcome Which is a shame as the first half was great I almost felt like the authors lost their way and went for the neat story rather than something that had real impact Not one for me I m afraid but I d give the authors another chance Maddie and Clara are sisters who stay at odds with O Colégio de Todos os Segredos each other Clara beinglder has always tried to boss Maddie around but Maddie has her own mind It s been a while since the two of them have had much interaction Their grandmother Violet has some unfinished business and wants the two girls to go to Europe and finish it on her behalf She has paid for all of their transportation lodging and food while giving them time to March Violets (Bernie Gunther, experience the beauties that Europe has to offer She has supplied them with letters instructing them what she needs them to do for her She knows her time onarth is short and wants nothing left to chance Violet knows first hand how important sisters are and that forgiveness is the only cure for Zoete tranen estrangement Clara isngaged to be married to a man who has hired someone to surreptitiously spy on them and report back to him He is a business mogul who wants pretty arm candy that he can control and mold into the perfect little homemaker I m sorry I wasn t using my inside voice on that last statement He s a rather despicable little character who doesn t understand his fiancee at all He sends her gifts along the way that show he has no idea who she really is Even the Water Music engagement ring he gave her is not one she likes Maddie is an aspiring journalist who has a serious dislike for Clara s intended She knows that he s not above running rough shod over people to further his business Maddie is also a woman who lives by her own rules and doesn t care who knows it Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb have collaborated on thisntertaining novel that captures the readers from the very beginning and doesn t release them until long after they have finished the book The characters who populate the story are relatable and believable The settings are beyond imagination and the intrigue is just Revived enough to carry the story through These ladies have used actual historicalvents to give color and interest to the narrative The time period of the novel is one of the darkest Student Research Projects in Calculus eras in modern history This is a five star book with two thumbs up and a trip through Europe to say good byeWilliam Morrow and NetGalleycom provided the copy I read for this review All opinionsxpressed are solely my own Utterly delightful and the perfect scape I loved being swept away to 1930s Paris Venice and Vienna alongside sisters Maddie and Clara who despite their differences have come together to fulfill their dying grandmother s final wish Unshackled by family and the xpectations of society they learn a lot about themselves and ach other as they uncover long kept family secrets and discover their own talents and desires A heartwarming and wonderful story about the power of forgiveness and the unbreakable bond of sister. Re the luxurious ueen Mary the Orient Express and the sights of Paris and  Venice Clara and Madeleine wonder if they can fulfil Violet’s wish until a shocking truth about their family brings them closer together But as they reach Vienna to deliver the final letter old grudges threaten their reconciliation again As political tensions rise and Europe feels increasingly volatile the pair are glad to head home on the Hindenburg where fate will play its hand in the final stage of their journe.

I really njoyed this historical book My first from these authors and I am looking forward to checking out their other worksEstranged sisters Clara and Madeline are sent on a world traveling trip by their grandmother Violet as one of her final reuests She has 3 letters to be delivered to three people in her past a final goodbye The trip starts out rocky but the adventures and A Heart of Stone experiences the girls share brings them back together Madeline is a hopeful journalist and Clara is an artist It was interesting to follow their dual stories to see how theyach viewed their journey The writing is beautiful you feel like you are on the journey with them There are surprises along the way some heartbreak a new love a new family and lots of adventure The girls finish their mission delivering the three letters the three goodbyes and head for home But their adventure isn t over just yetThank you to NetGalley and William Morrow for an ARC of this book in return for my opinion In Three Words for Goodbye we follow the story and the journey of two sisters Clara and Madeleine as they travel through Europe to deliver goodbye messages for their dying Grandmother I loved that their adventure took place during 1937 as tensions were on the rise due to the rising threat of Hitler and the war Even better we got to see it through both Maddie and Clara s perspectives I Taking Instruction (Taboo, enjoyed the fact that they were two very different people and their often tumultuous relationship felt relatable for someone with a sister of mine own This was an incredibly moving story as we watchedach sister Language and Linguistics experience their own set of ups and downs on their journey of self discovery It wasasy to feel and relate to their feelings and there were plenty of moments in this book that had me laughing as well as tearing up It also had me incredibly anxious as I neared the Divertimento end knowing that they would be taking the ill fated Hindenburg after coming to care for them so muchThis book also made me feel like I wasxploring these countries and cities with them but at the same time made me crave going there to see it all for myself This truly was a great book that was Love Is a Fairy Tale easy to get lost in I really did love it and would definitely recommend itspecially to those with a sister A special thank you to NetGalley and William Morrow Paperbacks for providing me an Promise at Dawn e arc of this book inxchange for an honest review Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb have written a story that holds us in it s grip to the very last page A dying grandmother sends her two granddaughters on a trip to Europe to deliver three very important letters to help reconcile her past as well as reveal her own personal history She also uses this opportunity to bring her two stranged granddaughters together as they mbark on their journey The time period being just before the Second World War allows us t This book was so very good I couldn t put it downMaddie and Clara are sisters and so different They travel to Europe to take three letters for their Grandmother Along the way they change grow and learn what they really want From the beginning of the book I liked one sister than the other By the Bangkok Wakes to Rain end of the book I was rooting for them both I reallynjoyed this heartwarming bookThanks to Netgalley and the publisher for the The Right Sort of Man (Sparks Bainbridge Mystery early copy The year 1937two sisters who werestranged agreed to a reuest from their dying grandmother Violet. From Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb the bestselling authors of Meet Me in Monaco comes a coming of age novel set in pre WWII Europe perfect for fans of Jennifer Robson Beatriz Williams and Kate uinn  Three cities two sisters one chance to correct the pastNew York 1937 When stranged sisters Clara and Madeleine Sommers learn their grandmother is dying they agree to fulfill her last wish to travel across Europe together They are to deliver three letters in which Violet will say goodbye to th.

Neither Madeline or Clara despite their differences and strangement could deny their grandmother A 3 month trip to EuropeParis Venice and Vienna to deliver goodbye messages for Violet and make her life full circle Madeline was a would be journalist who saw things through a different vision than her sister Clara was an artist she was Et si la maladie n'tait pas un hasard ? engaged and lived in a world of society Both women took this trip not knowing what the outcome of their relationship would behead strong in different ways independent in thoughts would their relationship shatter or become stronger This is not your typical WWII story we see it in 1937 when Europe is going through the beginnings of what is to come The journey takes us to 3 amazing cities viewed through theyes of two different women giving us a new perspective of what was to become WWII Written by the amazing Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb you couldn t ask for better For me it was an Den of Shadows (Gamblers Den emotional rollercoaster that started from the very first page and kept me glued to thendloved it My thanks to NetGalley for the ARC in Scraps Of The Untainted Sky exchange for an honest review Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb have written a story that holds us in it s grip to the very last page A dying grandmother sends her two granddaughters on a trip to Europe to deliver three very important letters to help reconcile her past as well as reveal her own personal history She also uses this opportunity to bring her twostranged granddaughters together as they The Eric Carle Gift Set embark on their journey The time period being just before the Second World War allows us toxperience the unrest in Europe The two sisters are as different as can be but through their travels they find a deeper understanding of life and women s role in society with Nellie Bly being an important role model Their return from Europe on the Hindenburg adds a tense Huguenot Prophecy and Clandestine Worship in the Eighteenth Century element to thend of the book Well written and not to be missed I am looking forward I loved THREE WORDS FOR GOODBYE by the dynamic duo Hazel Gaynor and Heather Webb The story is set in 1937 a volatile time in history as Hitler consolidated power Against this backdrop two sisters in New York are asked by their dying grandmother to deliver three letters across Europe as her final farewell They re tasked with traveling to Paris Venice and Vienna via the ueen Mary and the Orient Express a hardship I d take on gladlyBut the Sommers sisters Clara an artist and Madeleine a journalist have been Fashion Design Course estranged and discoverxplosive family secrets along the way What s they re slated to take the ill fated Hindenburg home I will not spoil this gripping story Aeralis (The Frost Chronicles, except to say that if you love historical fiction if you remain riveted by Europe before the war you MUST read THREE WORDS FOR GOODBYE Out July 27 5 of 5 Stars ThreeWordsforGoodbye NetGalleyThanks to the authors William Morrow and Custom House and NetGalley for the ARC Opinions are mine I was thrilled to get a ARC of this book to review This is the story of two sisters Clara and Madeline who are sent by their dying grandmother on a tour of Europe to deliver by hand letters The premise was intriguing as was the blurb that said they were booked to return on the ill fated Hindenburg Addie and Clara are very different characters and it primarily their relationship that we follow as they try to understand and loveach other as they want The first half of this book was brilliant I was com. Ose she hasn’t seen since traveling to Europe forty years arlier; a journey inspired by famed reporter Nellie BlyClara ver dutiful sees the trip as an inconvenient detour before her wedding to millionaire Charles Hancock but it’s also a chance to Cincinnati and Other Plays embrace her love of art Budding journalist Madeleine relishes the opportunity to develop her ambitions to report on the growing threat of Hitler’s Nazi party and Mussolini’s control in ItalyConstantly at odds withach other as they xplo.

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Hazel Gaynor is an award winning New York Times USA Today Globe and Mail Irish Times and national bestselling author Her debut novel The Girl Who Came Home won the 2015 Romantic Novelists’ Association Historical Novel of the Year award The Girl from The Savoy was shortlisted for the 2016 Irish Book Awards Popular Fiction Book of the Year and The Lighthouse Keeper’s Daughter was shortlisted for the 2019 Historical Writers’ Association Gold Crown Award Hazel’s most recent novel When We Were Young BraveThe Bird in the Bamboo Cage was a national bestseller in the USA and an Irish Times bestseller and was shortlisted for the 2020 Irish Book Awards Popular Fiction Novel of the YearHazel’s co written novels with Heather Webb have all been published to critical acclaim Last Christmas in Paris won the 2018 Women’s Fiction Writers Association Star Award and Meet Me in Monaco was shortlisted for the 2020 Romantic Novelists’ Association Historical Novel award Their latest novel Three Words for Goodbye will be published in July 2021Hazel was selected as a WHSmith Fresh Talent pick and by Library Journal as one of Ten Big Breakout Authors for 2015 Her work has been translated into seventeen languages and is published in twenty three countries to date Originally from Yorkshire England she now lives in Ireland with her husband and two childrenFor information visit where you can also sign up for her newsletter

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