An inspiring and escapist read – Eat, Pray, Love meets Bridget Jones!
Will the trip of her dreams…
Everly Carter is bored.
With her job, with her single status and with the never-ending line of rubbish men on Tinder. Tired of going through the motions of seeming happy, Everly wants to be happy!
So, in a spontaneous moment of bravery (perhaps spurred on by a few cocktails) Everly books a holiday. Time away, alone, to find out what she really wants from life.
Become the journey of her lifetime?
Everly’s search for happiness takes her to picturesque Swiss villages and the sunsets of glamourous Bermuda. But with every new stamp in her passport, Everly still feels as though something is missing…
Could it be that true happiness is hard to find until she finds herself?
I received a copy of this book from Harper Collins UK – One More Chapter via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
Everly isn’t happy, she’s a teacher, and she’s good at it, but after her boyfriend’s betrayal, there has to be more to life right? A spur of the moment holiday shows how unfulfilled she is, and then a friend from her past suggests an experience of the lifetime in Bermuda.
Despite the beauty of her destination, and the island’s intrinsic interest, she finds out that her friend only wants to party, which is not what she seeks. Volunteering gets Everly closer to the real Bermuda, and she likes it, but her journey isn’t done.
Heading home, a series of incidents change her mind, and she instead takes a flight to Bali, where her journey of self-realisation takes off.
This is an enjoyable book, with lovely locations, full of vivid imagery, complex characters, who mirror Everly’s progress on her journey of personal discovery, and lots of romance. Easy to read, with a lovely main protagonist, this the perfect holiday escape novel.
was born and raised in London, but her love for travel and adventure has seen
her spend the last fourteen years living and working internationally. She is
currently based in Spain alongside her husband, young daughter and adopted
Indonesian dog, Bali.
Carrie is a traditionally published author with Harper Impulse, as well as an independently published author. When not writing, she works as a Psychic Medium & Spiritual Coach (www.carriebattley.com). To find out more about her, connect on Facebook (Carrie Stone) or Twitter @CarrieStoneUK