Monday 2 April 2018

Review: Random Acts of Kindness Part 3: Crossroads by Victoria Walters

Escape to the beautiful town of Littlewood with Part 3 in an exciting new serial from Victoria Walters!

Welcome to Littlewood, a small town community with a big heart.
and her boyfriend Jack are about to start their own PR company in London, but there are so many unanswered questions about their past and Abbie begins to question her decision to leave Littlewood... Will Thomas manage to hold onto Huntley Manor without her, or has her departure ruined his chances...?
After a shaky start, Eszter is determined to show her daughter Zoe that it doesn't matter where you are from, that we are all the same. With a little help from Brew cafe, they decide to run a cake baking class for the local children to help her make some friends. But as the summer goes on, their return to Hungary looms over them... Will they go back and leave Zoe's granny, Anne, all on her own? Or is life in Littlewood the perfect fit for their newly formed family...?
Having pushed Alex away, Louise finds herself battling with jealousy when she sees him with her colleague. But when tragedy strikes, Louise is confronted with how precious and short life can be... Is she ready to tell Alex how she really feels or will she lose him for good? 

Packed full of love and kindness, this heart-warming story will reaffirm your faith in humanity! 

Review: Ok I will admit that I waited until this book downloaded onto my Kindle and then stayed up late to read it at midnight, but I had to find out what happened next in Littlewood. This series is just that good!

And boy does a lot happen in this episode! They are getting more and more action packed each and every time and this one had me gasping by the time I had reached 10%! I am so invested in these characters and this community of kindness!

I think I am warming to Eszter more and more in each episode and she gets a lot of page time in this instalment so I was happy about that. I really think she is such a great character because she is so invested in her daughter Zoe and their life as a family not as individuals. She loves her child so much and really wants to make their lives better for the family that they are and that is just wonderful. 

Speaking of family, it is great to see Abbie and Louise bonding more and more with each instalment in this serial too. They get some more time together in this episode and their relationship is just lovely. I love the other relationships that are forming between our three main characters and the secondary characters in this series as well and I cannot wait to find out what is on the cards for them next! How am I going to wait until June?

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