This is it: the fourth and final part of The House of Birds and Butterflies is out today. It’s called Birds of a Feather, and it’s the conclusion of Abby’s story at the Meadowsweet nature reserve in Suffolk. Here’s the blurb:
Summer is in full swing on the Meadowsweet Nature Reserve and Abby is wondering what the future holds for her and Jack. Can she trust that he has left his bad-boy image behind? When an unwanted face from Jack’s past shows up – Abby gets a shock and she realises that it isn’t just Jack who needs to examine his heart – perhaps she does too?
With the nature reserve’s future also hanging in the balance, this is one summer of sunshine and secrets that Abby will never forget…
If you’ve been waiting eagerly for the last part, then I hope it lives up to expectations. If you’ve yet to read any of it, then all four parts are out now – no more waiting! You can binge the whole book box set. Hurrah!
I really loved writing this book, and am very proud of it, so I hope that you enjoy the last part. If you do, and have a few minutes, then an Amazon review would mean such a lot to me. I know I say this every time, but that’s because it’s true; they’re so important for authors as well as readers.
The finished paperback should be ready in a few weeks, and I can’t wait to hold its beautiful, page-riffly loveliness, in my hands – and show it off. I’ll be running some giveaways up to the paperback publication day on the 9th of August, so keep a look out here and on my Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages.