Book Review: A Heart in Two Cities

When asked to review this book I jumped at the chance, how could I not? Two fab authors working together, I couldn’t wait to get started.

A Heart in Two Cities is a story about two women, Nikki & Nick who live on opposite sides of the world but are somehow connected. Both women are looking for love, but things are complicated. Will they find what they are looking for or is everything going to end up in tears?

One of the best stories I have read in a long time. Brilliantly written and the collaboration of the two authors works brilliantly. Once I started reading it I just couldn’t put it down, I was gripped from the beginning until the very end. As I know from reading books from both Angela & S J things are never as they seem and the whole way through I was trying to work out how the two characters were connected, I failed. The ending is just wow, not what I was expecting at all, although I didn’t really know what to expect.

If you are fans of either Angela or S J then you absolutely have to read this book, and if you haven’t read anything from either of them you should start with this one.

5 star book review of A Heart in Two Cities on Planet Nation


A Heart in Two Cities by Angela Peach and SJ CampbellSynopsis

Two women separated by an ocean but with a strange connection, as each of them navigates the treacherous waters of love. They are both haunted by a horror they will one day have to face to find happiness.

About the authors

Angela Peach

Angela Peach

Angela Peach knew she wanted to be a writer since she was old enough to hold a crayon, but after her English teacher in Middle School lost her 1st attempt at a novel, she shelved the dream for a further 24 years.

​She grew up on the picturesque Isle of Wight, UK, and spent many a year travelling round clocking up valuable life experiences before finally settling in the beautiful New Forest!

SJ Campbell

SJ Campbell

SJ Campbell has written a number of books including "Ishinnie", "The Diary of a Broken Heart", "The Strange Adventures of Mavis Street", "The Knowing", "Violet's Story" and a collection of short stories called "Little Whispers", all available as e-books or paperbacks. In 2014, SJ Campbell won the Ultimate Planet (New) Author of the Year Award.