The Impulse Purchase By Veronica Henry

The Impulse Purchase By Veronica Henry


CherryMaggie and Rose are mother, daughter and granddaughter, each with their own hopes, dreams and even sorrows. They have always been close, so when, in a moment of impulse, Cherry buys a gorgeous but rundown pub in the village she grew up in, it soon becomes a family affair.

All three women uproot themselves and move to Rushbrook, deep in the heart of Somerset, to take over The Swan and restore it to its former glory. Cherry is at the helm, Maggie is in charge of the kitchen, and Rose tends the picturesque garden that leads down to the river.

Before long, the locals are delighted to find the beating heart of the village is back, bringing all kinds of surprises through the door.

Could Cherry’s impulse purchase change all their lives – and bring everyone the happiness they’re searching for?

My Thoughts:
I loved this book so much, I am a big fan of Veronica’s books and this was just as good as all of her other books. This story follows Cherry, Maggie and Rose who are all related to each other Mother, daughter and grand daughter. They are all very close to one another so when Cherry makes an impulse purchase, they all decide to get stuck in and help make a go of things. As the story goes on we learn more about each of the women and what their dreams are, I feel as though each of the women someone will be able to relate to, you can never imagine how quickly your life can change so it is best to grab the bull by it’s horns and go for it as you never know what is around the corner. All three women inspired me, I loved reading their stories and felt satisfied at the end. A comforting read.

I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.

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