The Sight Of You by Holly Miller

The Sight Of You is an unforgettable story that will tug at your heartstrings and have you reaching for tissues, because it asks you an unbearable question: “Would you choose love if you knew how it would end?”

You’re probably thinking how would someone know how it would end? Well we find out early on (also in the blurb so no spoilers!) how Joel knows these things. When Joel sleeps he has visions of the future that come true unless he intervenes… if he can, because some things he can’t change…

When he meets Callie, it’s like the clouds have finally parted and brightness shines down on Joel’s life. Joel loves everything about Callie but he can’t fall in love with her because if he does… he’ll have visions of her future and he doesn’t want them.

Miller presents the reader with two wonderful characters, scarred from their pasts, but together they are perfect… until Joel sees the future.

With Callie not wanting to know what he’s seen, fractures appear in their relationship. How will it all end? Well I won’t spoil it for you, you’ll have to read it to find out!

And you should, because this story is so beautifully written, Miller’s writing style perfectly captured this story bringing out so much raw emotion on every page.

I had no idea how this story would end, which kept me captivated throughout.

I reflected on two things whilst reading The Sight of You, the first was the power of hope and the second was the brutal truth of reality. Whilst these two things appear to be total opposites, they actually compliment one another giving the reader a balanced perspective as you turn the pages on a love story that may or may not have a happy ending.

Plus the addition of doggies makes this story even more enjoyable!

The Sight of You is out now in hardback and eBook versions from Hodder & Stoughton.

Until next time, Chloé x

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