My Review: Such a lovely and engaging story, Anna Mortimer soon finds out that you have very little friends when things go wrong, even if you aren’t to blame. Her friend Rachel and her boyfriend Jonas support her when she ends up in Reykjavic, Iceland. Love and friendships form and build, some lovely coffee and pastries, music and the northern lights. What more could you want from a cosey winter read?
Hideaway in Iceland
PR executive Anna Mortimer has clinched the deal of a lifetime for the hottest celebrity couple to have their wedding covered by a glossy magazine, but when things don’t go to plan and she loses her job, will a well-timed invitation to visit Reykjavik be the perfect distraction while she decides what to do next?
Ned Nokes has just left the safety of the biggest boy band in history to go it alone. With the eyes of the world on him, he escapes to Iceland in search of solitude. He makes friends with people who don’t know who he is but after a lifetime in the spotlight, can he trust anyone who isn’t on his payroll?
Visit Iceland at its most beautiful as autumn turns to winter and find out whether the magic that helped Anna’s friend Rachel find her happy ever after, is still there…
UK – https://www.amazon.co.uk/Hideaway-Iceland-perfect-Reykjavik-Icelandic-ebook/dp/B0BFNNP9Y9/
US – https://www.amazon.com/Hideaway-Iceland-perfect-Reykjavik-Icelandic-ebook/dp/B0BFNNP9Y9/
Author Bio – Victoria Walker has been writing romantic fiction since a visit to Iceland in 2014 inspired her first novel. As well as writing, she spends her free time dressmaking, knitting and reading an inordinate amount of contemporary romance, occasionally punctuated by the odd psychological thriller and saga.
In the past she has worked as a cinema projectionist, a knitting and sewing tutor and has owned a yarn store, all things which will no doubt appear in her books if they haven’t already.
Victoria lives in the Malvern Hills with her husband and occasionally her two adult children.
Social Media Links –Twitter -@4victoriawalker Instagram – victoriamakes
Website – www.victoriaauthor.co.uk