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- File Size: 1681 KB
- Print Length: 80 pages
- Publisher: Ebury Digital (13 April 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01LWSA4YQ
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 24 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #594 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Vets at Hope Green: Part Four: A New Start Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
One of the problems is that she is no longer occasionally helping Joe with his consultations and surgeries as he is very concerned about his practice insurance not covering an unqualified nurse/receptionist in the case of a malpractice case. But one night Joe is called out to an emergency farrowing where two baby piglets are struggling to be born naturally and without intervention. Really concerned about the welfare of the unborn piglets Joe is forced to break his own rules and take Sam out into the cold winter night to assist him as he cannot contact his other qualified veterinary nurses. What an adventure it turns out to be. Sam has more adventures and surprises in the rest of the novel for you to look forward to!
I’m quite sad that the novel is complete. I have enjoyed reading all about Sam’s new life with all of its changes and ups and downs. I have particularly liked the heart warming animal stories and reading about her new friendships. In the end her dreams of an idyllic country life have come true. She is now living with her Nana in Dorset instead of living the busy life she had in London, working in the city and living close by.Read more ›
I have thoroughly enjoyed this novella series and this final part was the icing on the proverbial cake.
We finally see things come together for Sam, after settling into her life in Hope Green it’s time for her to give birth and things finally become crystal clear as to why Joe has been so moody with her. While I had worked out his reasons back in part two (I have great psychic powers don’t you know?!), all the anticipation since then and now getting confirmation was fantastic and well worth waiting for.
We also found out why her friend who was Queen Bitch in the last part acted the way she did and why other things linked to her happened the way they did. I’m not sure I would have been as forgiving as Sam but Sam is a far better person than I am!
As this is the final part lots of things are clarified and loose ends tied up for Sam and I had plenty of giggles and tears in this book even as things were being tied up and Sam’s story being brought to a close. I couldn’t help but laugh at her Nana everytime she says “What do I know, I’m just you’re Nana” she was such a hoot!
I can’t recommend this highly enough, and if you’re reading this in June after the full novel is released I highly recommend picking the full book up!
A huge thanks to Sheila Norton and Ebury Digital for the eARC in return for my honest review.
The last part to ‘The Vets at Hope Green’ called ‘A Fresh Start’ is the long awaited conclusion to the story that’s been serialised. I couldn’t help but get into the final part right away and things move quickly for all the characters. This fourth part really gives the tale it’s conclusion but it’s such a great one and better than I had imagined.
I really enjoyed reading this. Although by now much of it was predictable, this didn’t matter as I sometimes love a story with an obvious satisfying ending which is more about the journey than the destination. The story settles all loose ends around the many characters especially the men in Sam’s life and each of those conclusions is very satisfying too.
Overall I can really recommend this series of books, either purchased separately or together in one novel when it is released in June. The story actually had me smiling and it has such a great and heartwarming ending. A real feel good book and something I think anyone will enjoy as there’s nothing offensive at all.
-Thanks to the publisher and NetGalley for a free copy.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
So good to read the next part of this series. Thoroughly enjoyed this read and wish there were more. Would read other books from this author.Published 1 day ago by Jill Owens
This last book in the series brought all the loose ends together. A great read and wished the story vould have continued.Published 1 day ago by Mrs M J Taylor
I loved the story but the wait before each part of the book was available to buy was frustrating as each ending finished on a cliff hanger and I had to wait for the next... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Kindle Customer
In this instalment we find out how Joe copes after a devastating loss. We also find out if Sam manages to stick at the job as the vet’s receptionist – a job that she obviously... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Blackcountryshaz
The final part of the series and Sam is happy living with her grandmother and working at the local vets - although the vet Joe is very unpredictable and seems very up and down... Read morePublished 6 days ago by MISS S A COLES
I've been enjoying this serialised book over the last few weeks and the last in the series didn't disapoint. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Charmed
I thought it a sweet, romantic, innocent and human story. Nice to escape to an idyllic setting. Animals and babies, aaahh.Published 8 days ago by Straddy