Amber Alton loves her perfect holidays and summers at Black Rabbit Hall, her family's country estate, until the unthinkable happens. Amber's life, and that of her siblings, changes in an instant.
Several decades later, Lorna feels inexplicably drawn to Black Rabbit Hall and decides it would be the perfect venue for her wedding. In its current rundown condition, her fiancee cannot understand why Lorna is so transfixed by it. Lorna cannot shake the feeling that she has some connection to Black Rabbit Hall.
This debut novel is reminiscent of Kate Morton's novels, and I loved every minute of it. I was thoroughly transported to Black Rabbit Hall and could almost feel the sand in my toes as the children played on the beach. I didn't want to see the story end and I guess I too felt drawn to Black Rabbit Hall and all the characters in the story. I hope to read much more by Eve Chase and highly recommend Black Rabbit Hall.
I received this novel from Penguin Group Putman, G.P. Putnam & Sons through Net Galley in exchange for an honest review.