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Summary

Willow Tree Hall, the proud ancestral home of the Earl and Countess of Cranley for centuries, has seen better days. Annie Rogers takes the job as housekeeper at Willow Tree Hall, having to work with a reluctant heir Sam Harris to renovate the failing estate. With Sam running from his past and Annie hiding from hers, just maybe together they can bring Willow Tree Hall back to life.

©2017 Alison Sherlock (P)2017 W.F. Howes Ltd

Critic reviews

"It was difficult to find any fault with this novel...it was such an enjoyable read, that I wanted it to continue for as long as possible!" (Novelicious, on The Desperate Wife's Survival Plan)
"Chick lit at its best." (No. 1 Magazine, on The Desperate Bride's Diet Club)

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Assuming is nearly always wrong

A fine romantic tale of interesting quality. Told at a good pace with lots of little side stories the story was enjoyable up-to the usual “ misunderstanding “ finale . Worth reading .

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Written by a 15-year old?

The plot sounded quite good but the story turned out to be for teenage readers.