Blog tour: One Moment

Welcome to the blog tour for One Moment by Becky Hunter!

More about the book…

The day Scarlett dies should have been one of the most important of her life. It doesn't feel fair that she'll never have the chance to fulfil her dreams. And now, she's still ... here - wherever here is - watching the ripple effect of her death on the lives of those she loved the most.

Evie cannot contemplate her life without Scarlett, and she certainly cannot forgive Nate, the man she blames for her best friend's death. But Nate keeps popping up when she least expects him to, catapulting Evie's life in directions she'd never let herself imagine possible. Ways, perhaps, even those closest to her had long since given up on.

If you could go back, knowing everything that happens after, everything that happens because of that one moment in time, would you change the course of history or would you do it all again?

More about the author…

Becky Hunter lived and worked in London for several years before moving to Mozambique to volunteer with horses and try her hand at writing. A few years, a few destinations, and a few jobs later she had the idea that would become One Moment. Alongside writing, she now works as a freelance editor and publicist, splitting her time between Bristol and London, and constantly trying to plan the next adventure.

My impressions…

Yes, I do love books that make me cry. Yes, this book made me cry. When I first read the synopsis, I was immediately intrigued by it, but the novel has managed to exceed my already high expectations. This is a story of love and friendship. It is a story about grief and hope. It is a story about those moments that are out of our control and can change everything. It is a story that made me sad and happy in turns and that made me reflect. I couldn’t recommend it more, despite – or perhaps even because of – the tears!

Three words to describe it. Emotional. Gentle. Charming.

Do I like the cover? Yes, it’s lovely!

Have I read any other books by the same author? No, this is a debut. A great debut!


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