From the No. 1 bestselling author of Watch Over Me, the million copy selling author Daniela Sacerdoti returns to the magical and atmospheric Glen Avich in the Scottish Highlands.
Inary Monteith's life is at a crossroads. After a stolen night with her close friend Alex, she's just broken his heart by telling him it was all a terrible mistake. Then she has to rush home from London to the Scottish Highlands when her little sister's illness suddenly worsens – in returning she must confront the painful memories she has been trying so hard to escape.
Back home, things become more complicated than she could ever have imagined. There's her sister's illness, her hostile brother, a smug ex she never wants to see again and her conflicted feelings about Alex in London – and a handsome American she meets in Glen Avich. On top of that, she mysteriously loses her voice but regains a strange gift from her childhood – a sixth sense that runs in her family. And when a voice from the past keeps repeating "Take me home," she discovers a mystery that she knows she must unlock to set herself free.
Perfect for fans of Amanda Prowse, Dorothy Koomson and Susan Lewis, Take Me Home is a beautiful story of love, loss, discovering one's true abilities and, above all, never forgetting who you really are.
What readers have to say about Take Me Home:
"The contemporary romance is beautifully balanced with elements of mystery and endearing characters that both break and capture the heart. A stunning talent, Sacerdoti writes beautiful fiction that feeds the soul."
– Shari Low, Daily Record
"Daniela Sacerdoti is fast becoming one of my favourites – and here she has written another extraordinary and beautiful story."
– The Sun
"This is one of the most emotional stories I think I've read... Just completely beautiful!"
– Kim the Bookworm
"A beautifully written, emotionally engaging narrative following Inary on a journey of loss, trauma and love … I can’t recommend this book enough."
– Compelling Reads (5/5)
"It has been a very long time, if ever, that I have read a book so beautifully written and been so absolutely spellbound."
– Room for Reading (5/5)
"A truly beautiful story; it’s gripping and it’s moving. And it will leave you wanting more from Daniela Sacerdoti."
– Book Love Bug
Praise for Daniela Sacerdoti:
"Heartwarming and mysterious with great atmosphere."
– Kate Forde on Keep Me Safe
"Heartwarming and intriguing."
– Dani Atkins on Keep Me Safe
"The author, in her first novel, Watch Over Me, achieves what more experienced novelists always hope to. In Glen Avich she creates a world you wish you didn’t have to leave."
– The Scots Magazine
"An absolute joy to read, the story is engaging, the characters are believable and the writing is lovely... is definitely a book to add to the summer reading list, and one that you won’t be able to put down."
– The Press and Journal on Set Me Free
About the Author
Daniela Sacerdoti is the bestselling author of the Glen Avich series of novels, which has sold over 1 million copies in eBook (Watch Over Me, Take Me Home, Set Me Free and Don't Be Afraid) and the Young Adult Sarah Midnight Trilogy. She was born and raised in Italy, before moving to Scotland for more than ten years. Daniela holds a degree in Classics from the University of Turin and has taught Italian, Latin and Greek. Her great uncle was the renowned Italian writer Carlo Levi. She has recently moved to Northern Italy with her family.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This was a great book about one woman's struggle to find answers about herself, and her past. I absolutely loved the paranormal twist. I also loved the setting of Glen Avich, and would love to visit there. The author made the characters so lifelike that as I read about them, I could picture them in Glen Avich. Poor Alex. He was a victim of circumstance, and really did not understand why Inary did what she did. I cried about Inary's sister and it really tugged at my heart. I see my sisters every day, I can not imagine living so far away from them. I also thought that the author made a valid point when the main character had to listen to "inner" voices to set herself free (even if they are from a ghostly source). I also think that it was interesting when Inary lost her voice and communicated through writing. I am giving this book a 5/5. I was given a copy to review, however all opinions are my own.