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A truly decadent and delicious romance, perfect for cosying up with by the fire.

Maple sugar kisses.

Lucy would do anything for her mom...but she never expected to end up promising to leave her. After her mom got sick, Lucy dropped everything to take care of her, working all hours in a greasy diner just to make ends meet and spending every spare moments she had by her mom’s hospital bedside.

Now, Lucy is faced with a whole year of living by her own rules, starting by taking the first bus out of town to anywhere....

Except she didn’t expect to find her next big adventure just around the corner! Especially when on her first day in town she bumps into grumpy, but oh-so-delicious Clay amidst the maple trees. Surrounded by the magic of Ashford, Lucy has the chance to change her life forever and finally discover a life she wants to live!

Fall in love with Ashford, Connecticut, in this dazzling and beautiful romance from best-selling author Rebecca Raisin.

©2020 Rebecca Raisin (P)2020 HarperCollins Publishers Limited

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  • John Bacon
  • 26-11-20

The narrator is awful.

The book is lovely but as stated in the headline the narrator is god awful. I have a library of 1,000 plus audiobooks. I made a careless mistake and bought another of the authors books with this narrator I was simply unable to listen to it. I will be more careful going forward. I have yet to refuse to buy a book because of the narrator but there is a first time for every thing.

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  • Chisholm
  • 06-11-20

narrator sounds like an old lady

although the story was good, it was hard to listen to. the narrator sounded like an old lady, so it was pretty hard to picture the characters as anything but people who lived in an old folks home. and she read soooooo slowly.

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  • Isis
  • 26-10-20

narration is awful

I loved the story, but the narration is just awful. if I could hold and read a physical book right now, I'd have switched and exchanged this audiobook. It kept detracting from the story. So dull and monotone, and no life to the characters whatsoever. it was more like listening to one of the original books on tape where they literally just read the book without giving the characters any definition.