Well look what we have here! It’s a collection of short stories by Helene Fermont. Helene isn’t an author I’d heard of before but don’t you just love finding new authors to try?
Big thank you to the fabulous Sarah Hardy of Book on the Bright Side Publicity for my copy of Who’s Sorry Now?
Who’s Sorry Now? is a collection of four crime and romance stories.
It’s about love, betrayal and dreams.
Do we really know the people we love?
Can love be rekindled?
Do dreams come true?
The truth always comes out in the end.
What Did I Think?
I don’t know about you but I do like a short story once in a while so a collection of four short stories made a nice change in-between full length novels. These four short stories pack a punch as you hit the ground running which each tale.
These short sharp stories show the full spectrum of human emotion when it comes to matters of the heart. Regret, love, anger, jealousy. The characters really go through the emotional mill. Each story, despite the brevity, grabbed me as the events played out on my kindle before me. They each felt like a episode of a soap opera, pulling at my heartstrings and playing with my emotions as I read. Ms Fermont has managed to impressively pack a lot into this collection.
If you’re looking for a quick read, this collection is definitely worth a consideration – I polished it off in about half an hour all together. I’ll definitely be giving Ms Fermont’s other books a read!
Who Is Hélene Fermont?
Born into a bilingual family (Swedish/ English) Hélene Fermont enjoyed an idyllic childhood on the outskirts of Malmö, Sweden’s third largest city and major cultural hub. Growing up in the 1970s she had a brief musical career on Swedish TV and radio. Hélene lived in London for over 20 years but has recently returned to Sweden.
Hélene is a former teacher, a practising psychologist, and currently the author of three novels, all of which are psychological suspense with a nordic noir flavour. Her fourth novel is coming soon!
You can follow Hélene through the following links:
Thanks Claire x
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For fellow short story fans… Clare’s review of this collection.
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