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Jane L Gibson lives in the Yorkshire countryside with her husband, two teenage sons and three dogs. She works part time alongside being a housewife, and has had a passion for writing stories since her boys were little. When she is not writing, Jane loves to spend time with her family and friends.
A gentle, warm story of friendship, love and making the most out of life. This is a slightly different offering by Jane L. Gibson to her previous fantasy romance ‘A Different Reflection’. ‘The Gessami Residence’ is a pleasant, occasionally cheeky and lighthearted story, where 43 year old widow Jenny and her three down to earth friends, find themselves on an extraordinary holiday. ‘The Gessami Residence’ is on the lengthy side, Jenny tells her own story, giving a blow by blow account of the events that occur. Friendship plays an important part, and the support that close girlfriends can offer in particular, while the romance element adds an almost fairytale quality to proceedings, helping to make this an easy sunny read.
A fantastical romance, with an interesting blend of history and present day. 29 year old Katharina works for a magazine, has a rather annoying fiance, and tells her own story as she meets the occupants of Northfield. Simply told, this is an easy reading romance, however the fantasy element means you need to throw reality aside for a few hours. I quite happily shouted at Katharina from the sidelines as I urged her to see what was in front of her. The dependable and rather lovely George was a breath of fresh air. I did feel that ‘A Different Reflection’ was an incy wincy bit longer than perhaps it needed to be. There is a fairytale feel to the story, of the ‘happily ever after’ rather than ‘Grimm’ variety, ensuring this is a sweet, charming story. ~ Liz Robinson