Join Heidi Swain back in Nightingale Square for a sunshine and celebration filled summer…
Beth loves her job working in a care home, looking after its elderly residents, but she doesn’t love the cramped and dirty house-share she currently lives in. So, when she gets the opportunity to move to Nightingale Square, sharing a house with the lovely Eli, she jumps at the chance.
The community at Nightingale Square welcomes Beth with open arms, and when she needs help to organise a fundraiser for the care home they rally round. Then she discovers The Arches, a local creative arts centre, has closed and the venture to replace it needs their help too – but this opens old wounds and past secrets for Beth.
Music was always an important part of her life, but now she has closed the door on all that. Will her friends at the care home and the people of Nightingale Square help her find a way to learn to love it once more…?
I loved returning to Nightingale Square in this story, I loved catching up with all the characters and meeting new ones. Heidi has a way of writing that is so comforting, and it is a perfect read to snuggle up with. It made me wish for better weather and to feel the sun on my face. I didn’t want to put this book down and I was sad when it finished so I re-read it again. The story is about Beth who after having a bit of a rough deal she moves to Nightingale Square, I loved how we get to know Beth more and how the community all rally round to make her feel welcome, if I ever moved that is where I would love to live. It sounds wonderful. It is not just what the community do for her but what she also does for them. It is such a heart warming story and I just loved it.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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