April 1955, and spring is in the air in Burracombe . . .
Hilary Napier has had enough of secrets. Her engagement party is a chance for her and David to finally celebrate their good news. But with obstacles springing up on all sides, there may be more than the dress and venue to arrange before she can consider walking down the aisle.
Frances and James are doing their best to ignore their feelings for each other as they organise the school play. Can Frances find a way to let herself love again?
Amid all the drama, old friends are always on hand, and when Dottie falls ill, a familiar face comes back to Burracombe to lift her spirits and perhaps change her life.
With surprises around every corner, life is never dull in this beautiful Devonshire village . . .
She writes gentle romances that have real characters and real heart and soul - EVENING TELEGRAPH
A perfect nostalgia hit. 5/5 - YOURS
This wonderfully nostalgic novel will evoke strong memories for those who were around in the 1950s . . . A heart-warming story . . . Lilian Harry is an outstanding storyteller - MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS