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Review - A Home in the Sun by Sue Moorcroft


Home is where the heart is…but what if your heart is broken?

When Judith loses her partner, she loses her life in Malta too – including the beautiful view from her sun-warmed balcony of the sparkling blue waters of Sliema Creek.

Back in England, Judith finds a spare room in her sister’s house where she grew up – but with it comes a whole host of family dramas. Nursing a broken heart, Judith knows she must find happiness again – and rebuild her life on her own terms.

Could an island in the sun be the answer she is looking for?



The contrast between Judith's tragedy and the sun-soaked island of Malta drew me into the story from the very start - the excellent descriptions, the characterisation, the twists and turns of the storyline kept me there. The issues Judith faces with both Georgio's family, her own, and Adam's, are varied, realistic and utterly relatable and they kept me awake half the night, because I just had to know what would happen next.

Slightly more sombre than the previous books I've read of Ms Moorcroft's, it's nevertheless uplifting and heartwarming, and one I won't forget in a hurry.

About the Author

Sue Moorcroft is an award-winning Sunday Times and internationally bestselling author of emotionally compelling feel-good fiction who has reached the coveted Number 1 spot on Amazon Kindle UK and Top 100 Amazon Kindle US.

Sue's a past Vice-Chair of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and editor of its short story anthologies. Her novels, short stories, serials, courses and columns have appeared around the world. An army child, Sue was born in Germany then lived in Cyprus, Malta and the UK.

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