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This story centres around a stately home, the people who live there and their connections to the local community. It's a real feel-good novel, with a touch of romance, disaster and success all flowing between the covers. A perfect 21st century novel, proving that we are all more equal in these enlightened times.
There are some lovely little side tales in this one, some very funny scenes, and a few Cinderella and glamorous moments..The characters are individually created, and very amusing they are too! It's one of those books that you reach the end and the kindle tells you that's you reached 100% and you think "what, already?". Always the sign of a wonderful read, and I have no hesitation in recommending this one.
I received an arc via NetGalley in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.
The stately home Willow Tree Hall was a character itself in this story. I really liked to see all the refreshing changes being done to it, and I loved how much the characters adored the house, how they loved it and couldn’t imagine living somewhere else. Of course, not all of them, and Alison Sherlock has truly well captured the difference between the generations and their argumentation, and really, you could see the reasons of both sides. I could understand that not all young people are interested in inheriting stately home, look after it and its tenants, that they had other ideas for their lives, but I also could understand the older generation who wanted the places to stay in the families. The characters were not too complicated or too complex, but as the whole story was relatively simple it just worked perfectly and there was enough depth and background to them to just fall for them. Annie was lovely and she wore her heart on her sleeve, although there were moments that she seemed so indecisive and doubting in herself and they were annoying, those moments, even though we knew where all those insecurity was coming from.
Sam, well, Sam. To be honest at the very beginning of the book I was dead sure that I know how it’s going to end and who’s going to be Annie’s love interest, but I was wrong.Read more ›
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I guess I have to mention the lovely cover which definitely attracted my attention along with reading the description for the book my mind was made up. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Rae reads
This is the first book I have read by Alison .. A House to Mend a Broken Heart has such a sweet, simple but enticing cover. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Ali - The Dragon Slayer
Annie is living at Willow Tree Hall as the housekeeper for Arthur, the current Earl of Cranley, Annie has no qualifications to be the housekeeper but she loves looking after Arthur... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Christine