Flame-haired rock-god Aiden Delaney has it all. But three days before his sell-out headline gig, he takes off alone, disillusioned and on a quest for inspiration. Fame and fortune was never meant to be such a senseless treadmill. Where does he go from here? Then he’s rescued from a snowstorm by beautiful country-girl Marianne who doesn’t even admit she knows who he is. Alone in her cosy cottage, miles from the city, three magical days will surely change their lives. If you love a rock-star romance, you won’t want to miss this captivating short story.
Sue Lilley loves getting lost in a page-turning story and can never put a good book down. When she isn’t escaping somewhere else in her imagination, she lives in the north east of England, near the stunning Northumberland coastline and the famous Alnwick Castle, last seen in Downton Abbey and the Harry Potter movies.
Her practical exterior hides the soul of a daydreamer and compulsive people watcher. She’s often found eavesdropping on people's conversations on the Metro for inspiration. She’s been married to Michael, an artist and fellow creative spirit, for more years than they’re brave enough to count.
Described as an exciting new voice in Women’s Fiction, Sue’s first novel, Another Summer was called “an alluring example of its genre” by BookViral. Her second novel, High Hopes was described by OnlineBookClub.org as “a story that holds immense appeal for readers who like plots containing sizzling love triangles.”
Three days that can only be described as magical. It's incredibly relatable - who hasn't wondered about changing their life drastically, or felt some huge pull toward a different lifestyle when given a taste of it. Aiden can't tell if Marianne recognizes him yet his charm breaks her down and they end up in a relationship. The book handles all of this excellently, and the ending wrapped things up perfectly and couldn't have been better. My official rating is 4 out of 4 stars, and I'd highly recommend it to anyone who loves romance with a twist … OnlineBookClub.org