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When I started reading this story I didn’t realize it is one of a few in an arching story line of characters from an East cost fishing town. With that being said, I was able to read this as a stand-alone story, there was some references of other characters from this author’s other books so if you wanted their back story you will need to read the other three, but again this one stands-alone just fine..
This author is on my 'watch for other books' list from now on, I look forward to reading more from her and plan to pick up the other 3 in this series.
I received an ARC through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review, but would have written the same opinion if I had come across this book on my own.
Their story was off-the-scale in terms of sexual intensity and emotion. Mat’s journey was complex and I felt my emotions change towards her as the novel progressed. I really liked her and felt great empathy for her. Graham was sweet and caring and I hoped that she would get what she really craved. I loved that we also got to see Graham and Mat interact with her Aunt Nora and girlfriend Will. We got to see so many sides of Graham this way - as a niece, a friend, a scientist and a lover.
There was a calm, cosy and homely feel right away in the story and the feel-good quotient had me hoping this was not going to be the end of this series. I highly recommend ‘Autumn’s Light’.
I was given this ARC in return for an honest review.
Graham, niece of Nora, finished her studies, and takes a job on the Dolphin fleet. Sentimentally, she has had no date for a while, and would like to find a woman with whom to spend her life. She meets Mat Pero, who belongs to the Portuguese community, and lobster fisherman. But as much, Graham who wants a lasting relationship, Mat, does not wish, and prefers the relations of a night. And that's where everything stands between them ... Maybe to get to know each other better.
It is intriguing to see Mat's sentimental evolution in the course of the book. But, it seemed a bit choppy and long. Graham we had seen in Spring's Wake (Cape End Romance # 3), in character in background, with her aunt Nora, owner of a B & B.
This is the book, in my opinion, the least interesting, too slow, too predictable. The other three are excellent because they are more complex, with sentimental relationships. This gives the impression that Graham pressurizes Mat, and that in the end, she gets what she wants.
The one that I liked the most is Spring's Wake (Cape End Romance # 3), because it addresses the problem of age gap, and is the most rhythmic.
Now, this one remains of a good content, and I advise you strongly to read the four, where we find each time, main characters from characters in background in previous books.
I urge you to read this book, having read the three above.