Life is short so grab happiness wherever you can - a heartwarming novel from the author of The Year of Surprising Acts of Kindness and Bring Me Sunshine
Ever wanted to get away from it all...?
Wanda lives in the middle of nowhere. On a farm on the edge of a hill that's not quite high enough to be a proper mountain, in a little village that's seen better days. She's always dreamed of escaping, of travelling the world, but life has got in the way.
When her mother ends up in hospital and her sister is preoccupied and pregnant with twins, Wanda has to take responsibility for the farm, and the campsite on its green fields.
Together with the community - and some old faces who she'd thought were long gone - Wanda sets about sprucing up the campsite, replacing tired old tents with yurts, replanting the allotment and providing lovely homemade goodies for the campers.
But can she turn the place around and entice the world to camp under a starry sky...
Praise for Laura's Kemp's novels:
'Warm, funny, sweet...what a fab read' Lucy Diamond
'A truly wonderful and heart-warming read' Heidi Swain
'I loved it' Clare Mackintosh
'An adorable life-affirming book' Rowan Coleman
Laura Kemp writes tender but hilarious romantic comedies which are unashamed love letters to the everywoman. She is a journalist and has written for the Guardian, Daily Mail and the Sun amongst others. Laura lives with her husband and son in Cardiff, where she pretends to be a domestic revolutionary so she doesn't have to do the ironing.
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