Coming Home to Cuckoo Cottage Paperback – 13 Jul 2017
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About the Author
Heidi Swain lives in Norfolk with her husband and two teenage children. Her debut novel The Cherry Tree Cafe will be published in July 2015. Follow Heidi on twitter @Heidi_Swain or visit her blog at www.heidiswain.blogspot.co.uk
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Having read orevious books set in the same village of Wynbridge I recognised some of the characters. However you don't bed to have read the previous books to read this one, each book deals with different characters.
This book centers on Lottie, the 'adopted' grand daughter of Gwen. Gwen recently passed away abd, unbeknowns to Lottie had left her the cottage she lived in, and some surprises to.
Then there are Will (local vet) & Matt (local builder), both vying for her attention, but not all is as it seems. Someone isn't telling the whole truth, but why? and what will the consequences be.
Settle down in a comfy chair, with a long drink, and savour the delights of this fantastic book.
I cannot wait to read the next one. ..
I want to live in Cuckoo Cottage and I want Lottie's life - who wouldn't? A beautiful cottage in a perfect setting (almost, but not quite, the middle of nowhere), lovely neighbours just the right amount of distance away and a tall, hunky, ex-army vet living just down the lane to fall in lust and love with.
It's been an absolute joy and utter bliss escaping to Wynbridge again. Catching up with old friends and finding out how Skylark Farm and The Cherry Tree Café were getting on. I found it really difficult putting this one down and, like it's predecessors, I felt a pang of sadness when I turned the page and saw the word 'epilogue'. I really and truly cannot wait for the next book to see what's going on with the folks of Wynbridge.
I did and Heidi didn't disappoint, beautiful, well written. She had me a bit on edge in the middle, I dithered between Matt and Will...
I loved that her first two books were interlinked with this one, it kept Wynbridge alive for me.
Can't wait for the Christmas book.
Thank you Heidi
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