Three years on from the sudden death of her husband Matt and a subsequent miscarriage, interior designer Laura is still lost in grief, hiding out in the smart London townhouse that was going to be her family home. On the encouragement of her best friend Carla, she signs up to a dating website and receives a message from a mysterious stranger, imploring her to visit him in New York because he has seen her face in his dreams.
Meanwhile, Laura visits an art gallery and is captivated by a painting of a beautiful woman in a flowing dress. It seems to be speaking directly to her, beckoning her to take a leap of faith.
These seemingly disparate events lead Laura on an epic journey to the bustling streets of the Big Apple and the desert landscape of Wyoming, where the clues to her future happiness are waiting to be discovered…
“It can be easily seen that it is a book written with a lot of care and effort, so it deserves my 5 stars! Congratulations to the author for a great story!” – Lily at Lilly’s Book World.
“A story full of emotions as well as what really happened to Evan and the mysterious stranger made Following Evan a real page turner.” – Alice at Married to Books
“Overall this was a really natural depiction of grief and how it is possible to exist and continue living a happy life after losing someone who is/was the centre of your world. I think this book will give a lot of hope to people that have/had experienced this loss that we all dread.” – Clare at Many Books, Many Lives
“Overall I enjoyed Following Evan by Elida May, and if you enjoy stories about fate, and hopefulness in the most dire of circumstances, I would pick this book up!” – Alix at Delightful Book Reviews
“Taking her journey to America with a twist gave it a flair that didn’t make this book just another finding your self or romance book.” – Tasha at Confessions from Romaholics
“I love the way Elida May draws you into this story right from the first page. It’s well written and very descriptive.” – Rachel at Rachel Bustin
“I really enjoyed this book. It was so well-written and I kept reading chapter after chapter, eager to find out what happened next.” – Kirsty at Bookworm1102
“The writing style of this book is incredibly easy to stick with. It flows off the page and into the mind easily, making it a perfect book to escape into.” – Faye at A Daydreamer’s Thoughts
“I found May’s writing to be superb overall and for that I am awarding it 4 stars as I feel it dealt with loss brilliantly.” – Maisie at Maisie’s Marvellous Reviews
A Big Thank-You
And lastly I want to just say a big thank you to all of the bloggers that participated in this tour, they were all troopers and helped to make the blog tour a complete success! I also want to thank Elida May and Danielle Wrate for all the help throughout the tour!