Cobwebs of Youth, Rose Auburn

Contemporary Fiction, Literature & Fiction, Romance

‘Cobwebs of Youth’ is a contemporary, romantic novel set in the London suburbs. It tells the story of Lara Cassidy who realises her dream of becoming a children’s book illustrator like her father. Yet her happiness is short-lived and she is plunged into uncertainty as Robert Kennedy, the mysterious stranger she first encountered ten years earlier, comes back into her life. Will Lara finally be able to lay her Father’s ghost to rest and fully embrace what the future holds?

Cobwebs of Youth is a beautiful, moving, poignant read that has made me fall madly in love with the romance genre all over again. This wonderful book is sensational, so much so that I finished it in just under a week! When I finish a book fast, it is a sign that I LOVE the book and I most certainly love Cobwebs of Youth! This book is excellent, and so I would already implore you lovely readers to read it; Cobwebs of Youth is guaranteed to keep you entertained, engrossed and enchanted to the very end thanks to the novels fantastic literature, engrossing plot and pleasing characters we encounter!

Cobwebs of Youth follows a woman named Lara Cassidy; she is the novels protagonist and a wonderful one! This book is based in London, and I have to mention this quickly as it makes the perfect backdrop! Cassidy has always dreamed becoming a children’s book illustrator however her life gets de-railed when a long-lost love comes back into her life, and this is the premise of this sensational, beautiful novel!

The synopsis of this novel is incredibly gripping as well as glorious. It kept me captivated from beginning to end thanks to its flawless execution. It is an adorable book that makes you fall madly in love; it is like the author has a fantastic spell/charm for you and you can’t resist falling for this book. Rose Auburn indeed is a talented author, she has written a dazzling gem, and so I am madly in awe of her and this beautiful book of hers!

The nature of this book is incredibly gripping and takes the reader on an epic journey. This book reminded me a little bit of Love, Rosie, because, like that book, the reader is taken on a wondrous journey across the decades. Love, Rosie covers many decades but Cobwebs of Youth covers ten years, and because of this span across the decade, we see the characters of the novel develop and grow, and it makes for a beautiful, convincing read.

To summarize my thoughts on this charming novel, I would say if you are looking for an adorable romance then this book is for you; I promise you will not be disappointed! It has spine-tingling good content, dynamic, memorable characters, a charismatic author that writes beautifully and wonderfully so and lastly it is an all-around, enjoyable, unforgettable read that you will not be disappointed if you choose to read it. My rating for this beautiful book is Five Stars!

Thank you so much for reading book lovers, I deeply appreciate it and love discussing wonderful books with all of you so please, comment below and let me know your thoughts on Cobwebs of Youth; do you see yourself reading this book? Is it not your usual cup of tea? Let me know all of those brilliant thoughts of yours below! Thank you so much again for reading!  

Goodbye for now book lovers,   

P.S. Here is a preview of the book for all of you lovely readers to enjoy! Please have a read of the preview and if you find that you have loved what you have read then all you need to do is click the Buy on Amazon button and it will take you straight to the book on Amazon USA! If you are in the U.K. then below I have attached a link to the book for the Amazon U.K. website. I have also attached some links about the author and this wonderful book! Thank you so much again for reading book lovers, I can’t wait to hear your thoughts on this book!   

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