I’m SO excited to be able to share with you the STUNNING cover for Daniela Sacerdoti’s new book in the Seal Island Series!!! I ADORED the first book in the series, Keep Me Safe ( You can read my review HERE and also check out my interview with Daniela HERE), so I was thrilled to be asked to take part in this exclusive reveal with some of my favourite fellow bloggers!
Anyway, I’m sure you just really want to see the book right? Well, you won’t be disappointed!
Here you go…..
When her beloved mother dies, Cora is left with a small box that holds a mysterious key. Following the trail, she discovers a tiny, windswept island and a ruined cottage that belonged to her mother. Why did her mother never speak of this place?
In the cottage Cora realises the stones have their secrets. Nearly three hundred years ago, a young woman sought shelter here, also racked with grief. As Cora unravels the woman’s mesmerising story of love and loss she wonders, could the past hold the key to her own happiness?
Bloomin Gorgeous isn’t it? I’m so looking forward to visiting the magical and enchanting island of Seal again in what promises to be another emotional and touching story. Released in May by Headline, you have plenty of time to catch up with the first book in the series, Keep Me Safe – and I highly recommend you do!
About The Author
Daniela Sacerdoti is a phenomenon. Over one million copies of her novels have been sold in eBook, her debut novel WATCH OVER ME was the 8th bestselling Kindle book of all time in 2015 and she was also ranked as the 11th top-selling Kindle author. Daniela writes beautiful, haunting and bestselling fiction for adults (the Glen Avich series), young adults (the Sarah Midnight trilogy) and children. Her novels have been translated in twelve languages. Daniela was born and raised in Italy. She studied Classics, then lived in Scotland for fourteen years, where she married and taught in a primary school. Daniela’s children’s book Really Weird Removals.Com was shortlisted for the Scottish Children’s Book Awards. She has also written for the BBC. Daniela, her husband and their two sons make their home in a tiny village in the Alps. To discover more about Daniela and her world, visit http://www.danielasacerdoti.com.