I am reviewing all the stories in this anthology. He is the next one.
Sarah and Lucy go on a holiday, mainly to help Sarah face her past where she suffered a terrible tragedy. Lucy is a good friend and knows this will be hard for and does everything she can to make it a good holiday for all the right reasons.
The story captures the essence of all things good about the British seaside, as the girls enjoy everything it has to offer. Fish and chips by the sea is a joy a lot of us have enjoyed, so I could relate to that very easily.
Sarah meets the blue eyed boy from the title and doesn’t recognise him at first. When he arranges to meet her at the local lighthouse and she sees him sitting there waiting for her the memories come flooding back.
A lovely little tale that I thoroughly enjoyed.
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Reblogged this on Paula Acton and commented:
A lovely sweet story borne from tragedy, Sarah goes seeking closure instead she is confronted by her past