From the author of Divas Don't Knit and Stand by your Man, comes a charming story about starting over set on the beautiful Devon coast.
Newly divorced and struggling to find a way to support her three boys, Molly Taylor is stunned when she inherits Harrington Hall, her late aunt's beloved yet dilapidated bed and breakfast. Molly grew up in the three-hundred-year-old manor house on the Devon coast but does she really want to take it over when the only thing that doesn't need urgent attention is the beautiful rose garden?
Once she gets over the initial shock, Molly is ready dive right in, but the universe has other plans: she must first overcome the needs of her eccentric uncle (and his pet parrot), the ambitions of her conniving brother, and the disquiet of her three sons. Not to mention an unexpected chance at new love. Nothing is going according to plan - and then Harrington Hall begins to work its magic and the roses start to bloom . . .
Charming, uplifting and highly entertaining, A Good Year for the Roses is a story for anyone who has ever dreamed of starting over. Wonderfully warm and witty, it will have you smiling until you turn the very last page.
A grown-up version of Bridget Jones - will make you laugh out loud . . . clever, human and funny - Woman's Own (on The Only Boy for Me)
An angst-ridden love life to match Helen Fielding's - Glamour (on The Only Boy for Me)
Laugh-out-loud . . . a heartbreaking, funny look at parenting and passion - Elle (on The Only Boy for Me)
Warm and wonderful - Cosmopolitan (on Divas Don't Knit)