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Honeystone Summer

it was amazing 5.00  ·  Rating details ·  3 ratings  ·  2 reviews
What does feisty Lily Armitage do when her life becomes too much? What would you do? Her grown up sons refuse to leave home, her feckless husband Ryan insists on treating her like the proverbial doormat, and she’s struggling to hold down too many jobs simply to keep a roof over their collective heads. She walks out and gets on a bus, any bus. And with no clear idea where s ...more
Kindle Edition, 177 pages
Published November 15th 2019 by Blue Forest Publishing
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Susan Hampson
Dec 15, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Lily Armitage has been run ragged at home and at work day in day out. for years. When her boss took her for granted once too often she blew up at him, and when she got home her husband didn’t even mention their wedding anniversary. There hadn’t even been any support at confession either where she was told by her priest to think before she said anything in future. So shut up and put up!
She knew that even with the extra work she had done the rent wouldn’t be covered and her three grown-up sons and
Juliette Bowers
Jan 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing
A Compelling, Heart-Warming Story Spiced with Surprises

Lily Armitage is sick of working like a slave for her good-for-nothing husband, Ryan, and unappreciative grown-up sons and defying her moral obligations instilled in her by the good Father Morgan-Ford, walks out of the family home. Jumping on a bus, she embarks on a journey to a new life, which is full of twists and turns. Her city existence is abandoned for the peace and beauty of Derbyshire’s Peak District, where she finally settles in a j
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I've had novels published by Robert Hale and Ulverscroft and have also self-published. I love writing, the relationship between pen and paper and what's going off in my head at that particular moment in time. When I'm not so occupied, I enjoy walking in the Derbyshire countryside (good for writer's block!) or playing my guitar, rather badly, I have to say. I'm also a keen football fan and alternat ...more

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