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Today on Love Books Group Blog, I am delighted to be reviewing
Jiddy Vardy by Ruth Estevez
Jiddy is a survivor. Rescued at birth, she grows up in Robin Hood’s Bay, a village harbouring a dangerous secret. Just as romance blossoms and Jiddy finally feels like she belongs, figures from the past threaten to tear her world apart… A thrilling tale of one girl’s search for identity and love, set against a backdrop of smuggling and violence.
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I have never read a book about pirates and smugglers before and it was a real delight. With the book blog, I try to say yes to all genres and jump in and see where it takes me. Jiddy Vardy really impressed me the writing is superb. I looked forward to spending time with the book and thought about Jiddy and her journey when I was going through my day.
Jiddy is a loveable character who is a fabulous inspiration to everyone. The life lessons are varied and not just young adults. I really enjoyed the plot and the variation of characters. Ms Estevez has a knack for setting the scene and developing a dip of warmth between the characters.
As much as I loved the book my only niggle was I am not keen on the title. It doesn’t give anything away or let you really know what it is about. I feel the book is amazing and deserves a wider appeal and a different title in my humble opinion would do that.
Jiddy Vardy took me on a journey of delights. Ruth Estevez is one to watch.
My rating for the book would be four stars.
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I haven’t read a pirate focused book in a long time at least. This sounds like a good book to get back into it again!
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Many thanks to Kelly at Love Books Group for her review of Jiddy Vardy and her thoughts on the title of the book. See what you think? What do you think? Say the title with the book cover and without…
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