Moonlight Kisses at Willow Tree Hall (The Willow Tree Hall Series Book 4)
Lily Harper is an events organiser, but her neat, ordered world has just exploded. First she lost her job, then she lost her fiancé. Her five-year plan is looking increasingly shaky.
Lost and lonely, Lily heads home to her childhood village, and accepts the position of...more
‘Paddling pool time,’ she said, with a grunt. ‘Which at least will replace the horror of bath time. And then bedtime followed swiftly by gin o’clock.’
‘How marvellous,’ said the woman, giving Jack a once over that would make anyone blush. ‘Is that flashy car yours? How I do like a man with a fast-running motor!’ ‘Thank you,’ said Jack, his mouth twitching into a smile. Aunt Rose had to be at least seventy years old and was dressed in a very fashionable dress, jacket and matching ...more
Review from Jeannie Zelos book reviews
Genre: Women's fiction, Romance
Gah, I hate Women's Fiction as a genre heading, so outdated. Men and women can read the same books....its 2019, not 1919.
Anyway, after having read the first three books this one was like meeting old friends again, with new ones in Jack and Lily. Although all the stories are connected you don't have to have read them, each are stand alone romances, but if you have read them it ...more
Locals return to Cranley after their jobs fall through and with the help of the Harris family learn to work though the problems that bedevil them. It's the author's skill in showing the stresses of life and how people can learn to master those stresses that makes this series so much pleasure.
Part of series, you can read this as a stand-alone, however I get the feeling I would have enjoyed this more if I’d read the other 3 books in the series.
Thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for giving me the opportunity to read this book in exchange for my review.
It’s very well written, with wide variety of characters very well defined and differentiated from each other but functioning as a whole in perfect harmony. They make reading very enjoyable by giving us that sense of community difficult to ...more