The setting of the Cornish coastal side was absolutely stunning. The myriad range of characters we had made the story very good.
Cara is recently widowed, three very young children. After her husband's very early demise, she found love with Oliver who was forced by family circumstances to return to his wife and four children. Cara is happy with her life as it is, especially since her paintings of Cornwall have been successfully accepted in the art world. The only obstacle to this smooth sailing is Greg, her agent who has bigger plans for Cara both professionally and personally.
The story evolves in two planes - Cara's life and Oliver's life and you do hope that somehow, though it looks albeit impossible, for a happy ending.
Sent to me by Netgalley for an unbiased review, courtesy of Aria.
This sounds like a good one. I absolutely love the cover!ReplyDelete
Hadn't heard of this title. Your review is sending me to check Goodreads. Thank you!ReplyDelete
This sounds fun! The cover is gorgeous. Makes me want to rent a cottage by the sea :)ReplyDelete
New one for me; thanks for sharing - love the cover.ReplyDelete
What a picturesque cover; how nice it'd be to holiday somewhere like there. Thanks for the well wishes.ReplyDelete
This sounds wonderful! I'm going to add it to my wishlist.ReplyDelete
Love the cover on this one. I think I saw it somewhere else recently too. Hope you have a great week.ReplyDelete
I love the idea of the Cornish setting!ReplyDelete
Think this sounds like a cosy wee read, need to check it out, thank you xxxReplyDelete