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It's Easter in the Suffolk village of Great Saxwold. Oliver Hardcastle is scraping an existence as an organic farmer. Miranda Marlow, high-earning international town-planner, is not looking forward to a weekend with her mother at a country-house hotel. But thanks to a teenage Goth, a wine-tasting at Chateau Saxwold, and an urban fox, love finds a way to change Miranda's mind.
© Celia Brayfield; (P)Oakhill Publishing Ltd

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Wild Weekend

I thoroughly enjoyed this book and would recommend it to anyone. It is a fast paced, amusing story following a young successful City Banker who opts to start again as a farmer and an equally successful city girl who decides to spend a weekend with her mother in the Country - the story develops into a compelling tale of City meets country charting the relationship many of us have with our careers at the sacrifice of having a life.

4 of 4 people found this review helpful

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  • Joanna
  • Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire, United Kingdom
  • 21-11-10

Easy listening

A fun story to listen to on the train or while doing the housework. Easy going and fun!

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  • Andrea
  • 13-04-10

short story gone wild

Young people looking for love, over-protective mothers, animal protection, politics: What was this book about? I expected a fun story with some romance and maybe - because of the author being British - some black humour. Well, this is what I did not get.
It was boring, puffed-up with not a single likeable character. I finished it but was relieved when it was over. The narration was not good, way to overdone and the production could have been edited better.