The Girl in the Painting by Kirsty Ferry. Published by Choc Lit

Cori and Simon meet at the Tate Gallery in London, where Simon works. She’s enthralled with a painting called Millais’s Ophelia and he’s enthralled with her, and a little taken aback by how much she resembles the woman in the portrait. Both Simon and Cori are recovering from bad relationships, and while Simon is ready to pursue something with Cori, she’s distracted with the diary she’s reading. It was written by a Victorian woman named Daisy who is determined that her story be told, through whatever means possible. This is a mystery/love story/ghost story that will please fans of Susanna Keasrley and Barbara Erskine

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