To Turn Full Circle is the first in the trilogy by Linda Mitchelmore.

Life in Devon in 1909 is hard and unforgiving, especially for young Emma Le Goff, whose mother and brother die in curious circumstances, leaving her totally alone in the world. While she grieves, her callous landlord Reuben Jago claims her home and belongings.

His son Seth is deeply attracted to Emma and sympathises with her desperate need to find out what really happened, but all his attempts to help only incur his father’s wrath.

When mysterious fisherman Matthew Caunter comes to Emma’s rescue, Seth is jealous at what he sees and seeks solace in another woman. However, he finds that forgetting Emma is not as easy as he hoped.

Matthew is kind and charismatic, but handsome Seth is never far from Emma’s mind. Whatever twists and turns her life takes, it seems there is always something – or someone – missing.

Can Seth persuade Emma that they can overcome their past?

I always look forward to a ChocLit book and was very pleased to receive The Turn Full Circle and particularly as it  is a trilogy. Emma is a strong-minded young lady struggling to get by in life and often taken advantage of because of her age and situation. Romantic situations with lots of sadness mixed in.

This book is very well written, very descriptive and flows very well. It’s a gentle story but with lots happening with very likable characters. There is enough happening in the story to make you want to read the next book in the trilogy.

Thank you so much ChocLit for sending me a copy of this book.

If you would like to purchase your own copy via Amazon click below.

To Turn Full Circle


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One response to “To Turn Full Circle – LINDA MITCHELMORE

  1. sounds fab, must check this out. Great review, thanks, Lou!

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