Blog Tour: The Restaurant @ The Mill

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Author Bio
Linn B Halton lives in the UK, in the small
Gloucestershire village of Arlingham, on
the banks of the River Severn with her adorable
husband and cat with attitude – Mr
Tiggs! She writes romantic fiction with a psychic
or astrological theme and many of the
paranormal events that feature in her books are
real life experiences.
Linn is also a featured new Author on
http://loveahappyending.com/ and Editor of the
feature ‘Author & Associate Catch-Ups’
including ‘Reader/Author Team Reports’ on the
website’s magazine-style blog.
Visit Linn’s author page: 
Twitter: @LinnBHalton
Contemporary
Romance/Women’s Fiction
Title: The Restaurant 
Author:
Linn B. Halton
Date to be Published: 8/2/12
Publisher: Sapphire Publishing
Synopsis: 
Age,
relationships, and careers – we are all unique. Yet beneath the exterior facade
we choose
to show
to the world at large, what do we have in common? The things we bury deep
inside; the
worries
and fears we are unable to verbalise, and the hand fate takes in our lives is a
common
thread.
Sometimes we fail to recognise in each other that innermost struggle on the
path to true
love.
Six very
different stories, six couples linked by The Restaurant @ The Mill, owned by
Hilary
Marks and
Ben Adams. As the restaurant thrives the atmosphere is alive with conversation,
snapshots
of lives unfolding; each one a personal journey.

Excerpt! 

 

The first time I walked around the flour
mill at Huntingbridge in Gloucestershire turned out to be a life-changing
moment.  Reminiscent of the first time I
met my business partner, Ben Adams.  The
initial thought that struck me on both occasions was “Great, not perfect, but I
can work with this.” It was enough to clinch the deal for me.

You see, I thought I had a “perfect” life once a long
time ago. I married Josh, the man of my dreams, only to find out one failed
marriage and a broken heart later, that everything can change in an
instant.  What you see depends upon where
you’re standing when you admire it.  If
you’re on the outside looking in on someone else’s life, it’s only natural to
form an opinion based on the façade you see. 
What I would eventually discoverrf was that even when you’re on the
inside looking out, it’s easy to be fooled into thinking everything is fine. On
that fateful day many years ago, what I hadn’t appreciated was that what we had
was in fact a love triangle, and knowing that would have given me a whole new
perspective

YOU COULD WIN!!!!

REVIEW!!!!

Have you ever thought about how your life affects another person? How some place you go and something you do is heard or seen from other person? How your events intertwine in another person’s life?

This is a captivating story of multiple people that have one connection. The Restaurant at The Mill. One thing meaning so much to so many different lives. Each life having its own trouble, fear and unresolved problem.

Can a marriage that was suppose to be happy ever after last much longer? Can a secrete stay a secrete or will it destroy the relationship that has just recovered from the last secrete? Second chances and teenage lovers once lost? And a ghost?

Each chapter is written from the point of view of a different person sharing with you what they see, think, say, believe and feel. You get to experience and connect with each character on deeper levels.

This is a book that you need to pick up. It may take a bit to really sink into the story but it is worth going from cover to cover and letting your mind join The Restaurant at The Mill.

*Disclosure of Material Connection: I am a member of Reading
Addiction Blog Tours and a copy of this book was provided to me by the author.
Although payment may have been received by Reading Addiction Blog Tours, no
payment was received by me in exchange for this review. There was no obligation
to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are entirely my own and may
not necessarily agree with those of the author, publisher, publicist, or
readers of this review. This disclosure is in accordance with the Federal Trade
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