Another Day in Winter by Shari Low

I’m so delighted to be part of the blog tour for another fantastic Shari Low book. Thanks to Aria Fiction for the copy of the book and invitation to be part of the blog tour.


On a chilly morning in December… Forever friends Shauna and Lulu touch down at Glasgow Airport on a quest to find answers from the past.

George knows his time is nearing the end, but is it too late to come to terms with his two greatest regrets?

His Grandson Tom uncovers a betrayal that rocks his world as he finally tracks down the one that got away.

And single mum Chrissie is ready to force her love-life out of hibernation, but can anyone compare to the man who broke her heart?

After the success of the No1 best seller ONE DAY IN DECEMBER, comes the second unmissable read in Shari Low’s Winter Day trilogy.


I love when a new Shari Low book comes out, but this one was an extra special bonus because it’s part two of a trilogy!

If you haven’t read the first book, One Day in December, it’s fine to read this as a standalone, but why would you, when you can have double the treat, so I’d really recommend you read both books.

I had read the first one already, and it was lovely to step right back into the world of these wonderful characters. I was particularly excited to meet Val and Josie again, they are a hilarious pair, but with hearts of gold.

There are so many strands to the plot in this book. There are several characters to get to know at the start. Then, once they’ve all been introduced, the strands begin to weave, until it all comes beautifully together at the end.

I loved the way all the events take place over the course of twenty-four hours, with the various stories all overlapping. It really makes the story flow so well, and it had me racing towards the end, as it comes to a conclusion.

It’s also a heart-warming read, which makes us reflect on the meaning and importance of family.

A fabulous, multi-faceted read, with wonderful characters and a pace that just builds and builds, making it truly addictive. Can’t wait for part three!

MY RATING: ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐


Shari has written seventeen novels under her own name and pseudonyms Ronni Cooper, Millie Conway and Shari King, of which many have been published globally. She writes a weekly opinion column and Book Club page for the Daily Record. Shari lives with her husband and 2 teenage boys in Glasgow.

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Facebook: @sharilowbooks

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