Discovering the Nightingale by Traci Borum

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A Chilton Crosse Novel

This is the perfect time of year to read this comfy story. Please sit in a warm cozy chair, with a blanket wrapped around you, sipping a hot drink. Nothing better.πŸ€—

A BIG thank-you to the author for e-mailing her book to me. I enjoyed it. It was the perfect read after all the heavy classic novels and mysteries I have been reading. And! I love the cover art.

Chilton Crosse is a warm story of love, romance, choices and the consequences, second chances, a good sense of community . . . well . . . Mrs. Pickering we are concerned about.πŸ˜‰ It’s a community where we meet old friends and new.

Discovering the Nightingale is the story of Chelsea and Luka. Luka was always considered the bad boy in town. He unexpectedly left Chilton Crosse, breaking Chelsea’s heart. Now years later, Chelsea is a teacher in the community and Luka has returned.

I don’t even know where to begin. I have read all the Chilton Crosse books and loved them all. Discovering the Nightingale is a gentle story with quaint, charming cottages, warm fires crackling in the fireplace, scones, hot tea, good friends, and so much to keep one busy. A Renaissance Festival is in the planning and the high school students are putting on Romeo and Juliet. The author has included a quote at the beginning of each chapter, most are Shakespeare, but there are a few other ancients quoted.

The book is beautifully written and wonderfully smooth to read. Do read them all. I think, each book can stand alone, however, I like to read in order. Yes, it is safe for everyone.

The Chilton Crosse Series

~ Painting the Moon

~ Finding the Rainbow

~ Seeking the Star

~ Savoring the Seasons

~ Discovering the Nightingale

Happy Reading!


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