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Lisa Farrell has been writing for as long as she can remember. Much of what she writes is speculative fiction, but she tries other things from time to time. She has an MA in Creative Writing from the University of East Anglia, and some of her stories are available in print and online – check out lisafarrell.blogspot.com for links. She lives in the UK with her husband and two black cats, and is currently trying to edit a couple of novels simultaneously.
on April 25, 2013 :
Ivy’s not looking forward to Christmas, but her cat Fergus seems determined to tell her something. Of course, Fergus is really her dead mother’s cat, and a sprig of holly might mean more than just it’s time to decorate.
Short, sweet and fast-flowing, Lisa Farrell’s Holly and Ivy adds a thoroughly enjoyable touch of the paranormal to Christmas romance as Ivy meets her future at the grave of her past. There are a few obstacles to overcome of course and some very haunted scares, but mother knows best and a pleasing Christmas bonus is in store, making this a great read to sooth your wish-it-was-Christmas pangs, your twinges of I-love-cats, or your need for a fun story to peruse with that lunchtime snack.
Disclosure: I won a free ecopy of this story.
(reviewed long after purchase)