Review: A Place for Us Part Two by Harriet Evans


Being part of the Winter clan is something incredibly special. Equally, being part of the Winter clan can be an albatross. The Winter’s, like most families, harbour many dark secrets; stories that they have failed to share. For although they are a close family there are some things that you just keep to yourself.

When Martha Winter, mother and matriarch of the family, calls all her children and grandchildren back to the family home Winterfold everyone is beyond curious. Hidden as an excuse to celebrate Martha’s 80th birthday, the family know that there is more than meets the eye to this party.

The house of Winter is about to be rocked to its very foundations.


In the second instalment of A Place for Us Harriet Evans reunites the family and the secrets start to fall about like autumn leaves to the ground. Cat’s family find out about Luke, her secret love child; the scorned Florence returns from Italy plotting her revenge; David and Karen’s relationship hits the stumbling blocks when her illicit affair with local chef, Joe. Add to this the big reveal from Martha and you get one shocked family.

The secrets and lies are being peeled away slowly, each revelation providing shock and awe for the reader. Harriet Evans sure knows how to keep her readers wanting more especially as she leaves part two on an almighty cliff hanger.

A Place for Us Part Two by Harriet Evans is available now.

A place for us Part two

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.