After the sudden death of her estranged husband, Clare is shocked to discover she has inherited a dog and a small fortune. Convinced by her adult children to finally do something for herself, Clare embarks on a coast-to-coast adventure – until she stumbles upon an unmarked location on the fringes of South Devon.
When Clare finds herself driving down a narrow road to the tiny village of Little Sorrell, she is met with distant, cold, and rude locals. But as she falls in love with a cottage she wishes to call home, can Little Sorrell truly be the place of second chances?…
This is my first book by Sheila Norton and I cannot wait to read more of hers, they are such a brilliant easy read, perfect for a pick me up. This one is set in beautiful Devon, in a quiet village which sounds lovely. Even though the main story is quite sad there is plenty of humour and happiness. Another reason why I liked this book so much is because of the animals, in this story there are dogs and cats aplenty. It was just a really lovely story that touched my heart. I will definitely be reading more of Sheila’s books in the future.
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