Friday Reads | Watching Elijah Fall

I haven’t read much this week, I’ve been writing. How people manage to do both is a mystery to me. That being said, I did read one lovely little tale, Watching Elijah Fall by Amy Spector.

It’s one of those stories I will remember for a long time. Not because it traumatising in any way, it’s a genuinely sweet story about moving on. What I liked best was the mood, I snuggled down in my bed and fantasised about darkrooms and sexy, vulnerable Elijahs.

I’m really hoping there will be a sequel, and I have it on good authority that Evan, one of the characters in Watching Elijah Fall, does show up in Cold Fingers – A Love Story * If you’re looking for a Halloween read maybe you should start with that one instead, or why not pick up both of them! *

What have you been reading this week?

Book Cover Watching Elijah Fall
Book cover by Amy Spector

A simple story about moving past the terrible things that life throws at you and finding happiness on the other side.

Months after his breakup with a long-term boyfriend, Jacob Pierce is still more than a little fragile, he has withdrawn from life, his friends are concerned and even he knows that something needs to change. With the encouragement of his friends and a nudge from the newest member of Jacob’s small circle, he agrees to sign up for a film based photography class.

Elijah Fall, a widowed photography teacher, is exactly the man to bring Jacob back to life. But, while Jacob may have found the man of his dreams, will Elijah, someone who has lost everything once, be willing to risk his heart again?

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