Blog Tour: Rewrite The Stars by Emma Heatherington

October 21, 2019 Blog Tour, Book review 2 ★★★★½

Huge thanks to Harper Collins Ireland for asking me to join the blog tour for this fab looking book, I couldn’t reply to the email fast enough. I knew it looked good, but what was inside was even more delightful that I had hoped.

Thanks to HarperFiction for giving me for giving me a copy of this book for review consideration. As always, no matter what the source of the book, you get my honest, unbiased opinion.

Blog Tour: Rewrite The Stars by Emma HeatheringtonRewrite The Stars by Emma Heatherington
Published by HarperFiction on October 17, 2019
Pages: 400
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From the moment they meet one December day there’s something between Charlotte Taylor and her brother’s best friend, Tom Farley. But Tom’s already taken and Charlie has to let him go…
It’s another five years before their paths cross again only a secret from the past forces Charlie to make a choice. She promises herself she’ll never look back…

The years pass and Charlie moves on with her life but she can never forget Tom. He’s always there whispering ‘What if?’.

Can Charlie leave the life she has built for one last chance with Tom?  Or is the one that got away not really the one at all…?

My thoughts on Rewrite The Stars

I loved this book about love and fate, and the many twists that life throw at us. It is set in Dublin and features Charlotte, a primary school teacher with a dream of being a country and western singer. And Tom, the one who got away. Or did he? Does fate have a different future planned?

When a book makes me get emotionally involved with the characters, then it’s always a winner for me. And I really couldn’t have been any more attached to these characters. I found myself turning the pages eagerly, sinking down with them during their lows, and soaring high when things were going well. It’s a total heart wringer, and all the emotions felt so genuine and honest that I just got more and more sucked in.

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And on top of that it really makes you think about the choices we make in life. It’s one of those books that I didn’t want to end.

Love, love, love.

Rating Report
Did I feel it?
Overall: four-half-stars

Who should read Rewrite The Stars?

If you like emotional romantic plots with themes of serendipity and what ifs, and characters to fall in love with, then I highly recommend this book to you. Fans of authors such as Carmel Harrington, Cathy Kelly and Sheila O’Flanagan should also enjoy.

About Emma Heatherington

Emma Heatherington is a bestselling author from Donaghmore, County Tyrone.

Her novels include the Amazon UK Top 10 bestseller and Amazon US hit, The Legacy of Lucy Harte, and A Part of Me and You, which reached the USA Kindle Top 100 and the UK Top 40.

As well as novels, Emma has written scripts for over 70 educational short films and plays and was ghostwriter for country legend Philomena Begley on her autobiography, My Life My Music My Memories (The O'Brien Press, 2017) and Nathan Carter's life story, Born For The Road (Penguin Ireland) which was shortlisted for the An Póst Irish Book Awards 2018.

She also regularly contributes to the Belfast Telegraph and Sunday Life newspapers and has appeared on chat shows on RTE, TV3 and UTV.
Emma is a mum of five, aged from 23 to 4 years old and her partner is Irish artist and singer/songwriter Jim McKee.


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