Home isn't always where the heart is...From the bestselling author of THE BEACH HUT and A NIGHT ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS.
Before THE BEACH HUT ... enjoy WILD OATS
Jamie Wilding's return home is not quite going to plan. A lot has changed in the picturesque Shropshire village of Upper Faviell since she left after the death of her mother. Her father is broke and behaving like a teenager. Her best friend's marriage is slowly falling apart. And the man she lost her heart to years ago is trying to buy her beloved family home.
As Jamie attempts to fix the mess, she is forced to confront a long-standing family feud and the truth about her father, before she can finally listen to her own heart.
Warm and brilliantly written - HEAT
It's a glamorous and absorbing read, a well-written romp with a cast of believable, empathetic characters whom you'll be fascinated by from the start - DAILY MAIL
A perfect summer delight - THE SUN
Exuberant novel of love, lust, hopes and dreams - WOMAN & HOME
The book is first-class chick-lit and a great beach read - SUNDAY EXPRESS
Veronica Henry is the Sunday Times bestselling author of twenty novels. She was a scriptwriter for some of our best-loved dramas such as The Archers, Heartbeat and Holby City before she turned to fiction. She lives in North Devon with three sons who come and go with the tide, and she flips between walking on the beach, swimming in the sea and mixing killer Negronis.