Today I am delighted to be taking part in the blog blitz for December Girl by Nicola Cassidy!
Molly Thomas is a feisty, independent soul, born on the Winter Solstice. At every stage of her life she has faced troubles. As a young woman her family are evicted from their home at Christmas.
Molly swears vengeance on the jealous neighbour and land agent responsible, Flann Montgomery. Then in 1896 her baby son is taken from his pram. Molly searches the streets for Oliver. The police are called but her baby is gone. Why does trouble seem to follow Molly? And will she ever find out what happened to her child?
December Girl is a tale of family bonds, love, revenge and murder.
What a fantastic book!! I was gripped straight from the off and didn’t want to put it down at all, I needed to know what happened!! I thought that it was a great storyline and I thoroughly enjoyed the whole thing. Molly is a brilliant character and I really felt for her especially with the opening of the book and having a 15 week old baby myself. This was a brilliantly written book that hooked me and took me on a rollercoaster of a ride, at times I felt like my emotions were all over the place. Brilliant for a debut author – 4.5 stars from me, rounded up to 5 for Goodreads and Amazon!!
2 thoughts on “My review of December Girl by Nicola Cassidy”
A wonderful read! A powerful gripping story beautifully executed.
I love a book where I cannot predict the outcome and this certainly ticked the box.
As a debut Author I commend you on December Girl .
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Thank you so much Lynda. And to Donna for doing the review, much appreciated. I’m currently working on my second novel and am very excited about it : )
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