Meet Me Under the Northern Lights by Emily Kerr

Thank you to One More Chapter for the invitation to read and review a digital copy of Meet Me Under the Northern Lights, which is currently only published in ebook in the UK. The paperback will be published on 3rd March 2022. I’m sharing a mini review today.


All it takes is one moment to change your life . . .

When a cleverly edited video of radio host Lucy Fairweather goes viral, she knows she needs an escape. And preferably somewhere far away.

Where better than Wild Zone – a destination for people who want to experience the Arctic Circle? Owned by the gorgeous but brooding Tommi, Lucy agrees to help with the guests in return for her stay. But getting to grips with her skis is proving harder than it looks.

Far from home and in a winter wonderland, will an encounter with the breathtaking Northern Lights change her luck, in both life and love?

My thoughts:

Thank you to Emily Kerr for whisking me away virtually to the Arctic Circle.

Lucy Fairweather was a character I enjoyed seeing develop in this book. Initially she appeared to be disorganised and lazy, but as the book progressed I started to feel sorry for her and angry on her behalf for how she had been treated.

This was an enjoyable read, as Lucy dealt with what had happened to her and started to live a more healthy lifestyle, full of exercise and fresh air, whilst thinking about her future. Although this is classed as a romance book, personally I thought it was less about romance and more about self discovery and developing self esteem.

Happy to recommend to readers of my book reviews. A book to curl up with a hot chocolate and blanket on a cold day.

Author Bio (from Amazon):

Emily Kerr has been scribbling stories on bits of paper ever since she learnt how to write. She works as a journalist and is based in Yorkshire, England. 

She can generally be found with her nose in a book, or hunched up over her laptop typing away, though she has been known to venture outside every so often to take part in various running-based activities. 

Her book ‘Who Does He Think He Is?’ was named runner-up in the Festival of Romance New Talent Award.

Emily loves to hear from readers. You can tweet her @EmilyKerrWrites or check out her Facebook page and website

By Karen K is reading

An avid reader from the age of 4. Love escaping into a good novel after a busy day working with students. Mum of teenagers. Adopter of dogs.

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