Review: Brief Encounters by Kate Harrison

Title: Brief Encounters

Author: Kate Harrison

Pages: 80 Pages

Publisher: Orion

The Blurb

Hope is overworked – and so over relationships – when she embarks on a mystery tour arranged by her sister Faith, who has promised her a mini break guaranteed free of romantic four-posters, red roses or dinners for two.

Hope’s trying to travel light – yet as she leaves London Euston, her emotional baggage begins to catch up with her. Will the journey finish her off . . . or will it be the start of something new

The Review

Well Brief Encounters was a cute story. I think what made it so cute was that it was very relatable. Not to make me sound a little crazy but I travel on down to London from Liverpool quite regularly and I spend the 2 hours and 9 minutes having imaginary conversations in my head. I really should put those two hours to good use and write a story; next journey to London that is exactly what I am going to do.

Brief Encounters is a great little short about revisiting the past loves of your life and seeing how they have shaped you in to the person you are today. Hope’s past love life made a light and enjoyable read.

Brief Encounters by Kate Harrison is available now.

For more information regarding Kate Harrison (@KateWritesBooks) please visit www.kate-harrison.com.

For more information regarding Orion (@orionbooks) please visit www.orionbooks.co.uk.

3 Stars

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