Thursday, June 26, 2014

"When Alice Met Danny" By T.A Williams

"When Alice Met Danny" Review 

I'm so pleased to be able to review this book for all of you as a part of the blog tour. 

Within the first couple of pages I knew I was falling head over heels for this book and all the Danny's within it. 

When we meet Alice Grant she has just lost the job she devoted seventeen years of her life to and has no idea where her new path in life is going to take her. 
But instead of sulking around she decides to make the best of her new found situation. 
Alice decides to use her severance package, leave behind London and settle down in a small town outside of the city. Perhaps go back to university. 

A former coworker of Alice's suggests she looks at online auctions for a house and she eagerly thanks him and begins searching for her new home. 
It doesn't take long for her to find and bid on a late Victorian house nestled on Lyndhurst Avenue. Little does she know exactly what she's gotten herself into. 
The former owner of the house was on top of many other things, a hoarder. I won't go into too much detail because I thoroughly enjoyed the description and Alice's shock and I couldn't possibly do it justice. 

Before long Alice is up to her ears in Danny's and Daniels, it doesn't matter if they have two legs, four legs or if they're still in diapers she is taken by all of them.

More then once Alice's stops to ask herself "What is it about me and the name Danny?" But you don't have to wonder for long. 
T.A Williams weaves a beautiful story, intertwining all the characters in a way only a true writer could.  

Whether being swept off of her feet by one of the present Danny's or swept into the past through letters written by a solider in the trenches to his love back home Alice is forever changed by each and every one of them. 

I highly recommend this book and I look forward to reading more from this 
lovely author.

If you'd like to enter to win one of three copies of "When Alice Met Danny" be sure to enter the giveaway below. 

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Until next time, 

In compliance with FTC guidelines I am disclosing that this book was given to me for free to review.
My review is my honest opinion.

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