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Honeysuckle House: A beautifully captivating read, riddled with laugh out loud moments

Christina Jones

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The break-up of a marriage could mean the end of everything Rosie Brodie and her family hold dear unless they re prepared to pull together to build a whole new future with a lot of unexpected surprises along the way.

'This book has everything, laughter, sadness, romance, marriage all our together in a lovely captivating story, lovely read to sit and dream' ***** Reader review

'Wonderful story. Characters seemed so real... a lovely romantic story that keeps you gripped' ***** Reader review

'I really enjoyed this heartwarming story. Written sensitively I couldn't wait to see what happened in the end. I would recommend this book' ***** Reader review

'An enchanting story of heartache as well as love. A sequel would be great!' ***** Reader review

'Another favourite authoress of mine. A little tension, great characterisation, and a lovely ending' ***** Reader review


A recipe for love...

After nearly 25 years of marriage, Rosie's life seems to be falling apart. Her husband, Leon, tells her he's leaving her, her three children are very unhappy and unsettled, and even her beloved home, Honeysuckle House, is at risk. Without Leon and the painful disruption to everyone's lives, the family is also finding it hard to cope with the running of the family restaurant, Cookery Nook.

However, although Rosie could never have imagined it, Leon's leaving isn't the end, but a new beginning for everyone...

Love Christina Jones' charming romances? Then check out the fabulously joyful Summer at Sandcastle Cottage and Christmas at Sandcastle Cottage. You won't be disappointed!

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Christina Jones

Christina Jones has written all of her life (as well as having millions of Proper Jobs including factory worker, secretary, nightclub dancer, blood donor attendant, barmaid, waitress, civil servant and fruit picker) Christina first had a short story published when she was just 14 years old. She has written for teenage and women's magazines - fiction and non-fiction - for a number of years, had her own humour column in The Oxford Times, and has contributed to national newspapers.

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