A prediction of turmoil.
Can your future really be told in a cup?
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She has her fortune told, hoping to find some clues to her future.
Her tea cup reading promises a mixed future, with despair, love, new friends and two men fighting for her love. Only when Chloe finds her true self will the future be the happy one she longs for.
Join Chloe as misery strikes, hope returns and the battle for happiness begins.
Praise for Leaves for Chloe:
What a pleasurable read. I was happy to follow this young woman Chloe around the country and through her ups and downs, joys and sorrows. I want to be with Chloe as she experiences more happiness and more of life with Angus and friends. I can't help but wonder how Chloe and Anna will get on in their new adventure.
There are only a few books I feel this way about – where I miss the hero or heroine after I finish the book.
Another fabulous novel with all the twists and turns of 'All in the Leaves.'
Chloe had me crying, laughing, smiling and contemplating. Pat has a real knack of allowing the reader to draw comparisons with themselves and the central characters. Chloe is a fantastic piece of work, full of real emotions - good and bad. It will lead every reader on their own journey through friendships, relationships and love.
It was lovely to catch up with the characters from All in the Leaves and see how Chloe, and indirectly, Anna's lives continued.
The book was at times happy, sad, laugh out loud and even brought me to tears. I had to, on a number of occasions, stop myself from shouting out 'You B******d'.
I found it very hard to put the book down and was reading at least 5 or 6 chapters in one sitting. Only the late hour made me stop. I picked it up as soon as I woke up the next morning. I wanted to reach the end, but in turn wanted the book to go on forever.
Thank you Pat, for giving me the justice I demanded whilst reading All In the Leaves - you gave me heart palpitations, but we got there in the end. A fantastic read. Five stars.
Good to catch up with Chloe and Anna - and meet new friends, Shell, Sandy and Poppy.
Lovely Scottish countryside and plenty of cake thrown in!