My rating: 4 of 5 stars
“The essentials of life; having someone to love, having something to do and something to look forward to,” advice that Daniel Woods would probably agree with on his wedding day but words which he wouldn’t actually understand until circumstances force his eyes wide open.
White Horizon is a contemporary family relationships/ romance set in and around Snowdonia and Manchester. Dan and Tina are about to get married, a regular Bonnie & Clyde in their youth, they are finally tying the knot.
With money behind him from a lucky inheritance and hard work Dan has bought Crafnant Hall and is turning it into a hotel. He’s worked really hard on getting it all set up and is looking forward to running it with Tina alongside.
Fellow guests at the wedding include old school friends Linda and Victoria, as Dan and Tina begin their married life Linda and Victoria both take a look at their own marriages and don’t like what they see. With Dan and Tina’s turbulent relationship everyone is in for a bumpy ride as Dan finds that he’s surrounded by needy people who all want a part of him.
Racing through life at the speed of the Porsche he drives Dan finds that there are some people you can’t live with nor can you live life without them. Another good book in a familiar setting from Jan Ruth.
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