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I loved this story that slips easily from Rachaels story to Sophies story in modern day.
Racheal is Sophie’s grandmother and she enjoys finding out more about her life after she escaped from Hungary in the 50’s with her own father.
I also enjoyed reading about Sophies story and her seemingly perfect life hiding some painful secrets.
I loved the way the two stories are connected and that each story makes us fall more in love witht he characters and the settings.
Everyone in the bay seems to have a puppy and I loved the scene with the first puppy class.
We see the relationships of all the characters we’ve met before and how they all help each other out. The hilarious new novel from the highly-acclaimed author of Prime Time ‘Fresh, funny and wise’ Katie Fforde Tess has downsized to a lively new town and is ready for “me” time.
Tess enlists the help of gruff newspaper editor Malcolm to get to the bottom of the mystery but when her ex-husband pays an unexpected visit and her mother stages a disappearance, Tess starts to feel her new-found freedom wearing just a little thin… Tess is looking forward to a bit of empty nest time- but her children seem to keep popping back.
I could really picture myself part of the festivities. Tess is also surprised to discover that there are dark resentments simmering beneath the vintage charm of her new hometown and a spate of vandalism has exposed the rift between the townsfolk and new arrivals like Tess.
Her new neighbour is transforming her house into a b&b but meeting opposition.
She is a quirky character and loved reading about her.
They are so well suited, arty and a bit burnt by previous relationships.
I could imagine myself in Sandcastle Bay and chatting to Melody in her lovely cottage.
They spent a thrilling summer in Italy where you could feel the sights and smells and the wonderful cottage by the sea.