The most heart-warming feel-good read you need in 2018
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‘Warm, emotional … a gorgeous read.’ Cathy Bramley
‘Heartwarming and charming. The perfect summer escape.’ Sarah Morgan
‘A gorgeous read which will warm your heart and make it smile’ Milly Johnson
The touching and emotional new novel from the No.1 bestselling author of The Great Christmas Knit-Off and The Secret of Orchard Cottage
Sam Morgan knows he messed up with his wife Chrissie and daughter Holly – he wasn’t there when they needed him most, but now he’ll do anything to put his family back together again. Until then, he's back living in the picture-postcard village of Tindledale.
Jude Darling is coming home for good this time. She's taking over the antique shop in Tindledale, the place where she grew up and she's going to make sure she's there for her friend, Chrissie, and Goddaughter, Holly. They certainly need her right now.
As for Holly, there's only one thing she wants and it's not the sort of thing you can buy in a shop. She might be thirteen years old, but Holly still believes in wishes, and perhaps if she wishes hard enough, this one might come true…
Praise for Alex Brown:
‘An intriguing and heart-warming story you will love’ Katie Fforde
‘Warm and cosy’ Lucy Diamond
‘Very lovely’ Jill Mansell
'Poignant and moving, the cleverly entwined stories kept me turning the pages.’ Trisha Ashley
‘Alex Brown at her very best – charming, witty, heartwarming and full of absorbing characters' Carmel Harrington
'A lovely, warm-hearted and compassionate tale’ LoveReading
‘This was genuinely one of the most special books I've read this year.’ Bookish Escapes
A lovely book to curl up and unwind with, as sweet and charming as home made apple pie’ Milly Johnson
'Warm, wonderful characters – a really lovely read.' Sarah Morgan, author of Sleigh Bells in the Snow
About the author
Alex Brown is the bestselling author of six books and launched her career with the hugely popular Carrington’s series set in a seaside town department store. Alex now writes warm, witty and heartfelt novels centred on the cosy community spirit of village life.
Alex began her writing career as a weekly columnist for The London Paper, before trading in the rat race for the good life. When she isn’t writing Alex enjoys knitting, and is passionate about supporting charities working with care leavers, adoption and vulnerable young people.
Alex lives in a rural village in Sussex, with her husband, daughter and a very shiny black Labrador. She loves hearing from her readers, so please visit her website –
www.alexbrownauthor.com or join her for chats on Facebook at www.facebook.com/alexandrabrownauthor and Twitter @alexbrownbooks