Author: Fiona McCallum
Publisher: Harlequin – HQ Fiction
Copy: Courtesy of the Publisher
Making Peace is the sequel to Finding Hannah, which we read for book club last year. It is also McCallum’s 10th novel, congratulations on the milestone. I have read most of McCallum’s books, and one day plan to go back and catch up on the ones I have missed.
Making Peace takes us back to Hannah Ainsley who lost her husband and parents in an horrific Christmas morning car accident a year ago. Through her total devastation Hannah has managed to carry on and put her life back together with the support of a group of loyal friends.
Finally Hannah is beginning to look to the future with excitement but she is worried that there is a crisis in the life of her best friend Sam. Now it’s her time to offer support.
Hannah returns to work, to a job that she loves and has done for a decade; a job that offered her strength through her grief. She’s not the same woman she was before the accident and she can’t seem to settle.
Details of the accident and investigation were never going to give Hannah the only thing she wanted so she avoided discovering any of them but in the long run could having the answers help her to recover?
In Making Peace McCallum brings us a tale of friendships, the new and the old; a tale of letting go of the past and embracing the future.
I read Finding Hannah last year and quite enjoyed it so I am eagerly awaiting the opportunity to look back in on Hannah and see how things are going for her after such a tragic loss. In the meantime our readers are already checking out this book so you can read what they think below.
My blurb went missing… so now I have to bring you a new one. One that is a little broader too.
I devour books, vampires and supernatural creatures are my genre of choice but over the past couple of years I have broadened my horizons considerably.
I inhale music, hair metal that satisfies my inner bogan is where my musical passion lies, but again I’ve been exposed to lots of different music I wouldn’t normally listen to and have broadened those horizons also.
In a nutshell – I love to write! I love interacting with a diverse range of artists to bring you interviews.
Perhaps we were perfect before – I LOVE WORDS! Reading, writing, speaking, listening – if it’s got words I’m there!