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Summary

Eighteen months ago, Sophia Jones finally walked out on her unhappy life.

With a tricky divorce ongoing, money is tight, and so when friends offer her a housekeeping job while they’re away travelling, she accepts.

Nate McKinley is hesitant when his brother, Gabe, offers him the use of their home in the picturesque village of Wishington Bay. But he has a book to a write and an imploded marriage to recover from, so maybe a change of scene is exactly what he needs. 

As Wishington Bay works its magic, friendship blossoms between Sophia and Nate. For Nate, finally feeling able to be himself with someone who is honest and down to earth is a revelation. 

But Sophia has a secret, and a jealous colleague is determined to blow her cover. Can she really keep her old life in the past, or is it destined to destroy this new, happy one too?

Take a trip back to Wishington Bay this winter and find out....

A deliciously heart-warming and romantic listen, perfect for a cosy winter’s evening, from the author of the best-selling Winter’s Fairytale.

©2020 Maxine Morrey (P)2020 Boldwood Books

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A nice book but the sound had an awful "canny" quality. Otherwise an easy listen!

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Great read

the only thing that I wasn't to keen on was the narrator, unfortunately I couldn't gel with her voice, but that's a personal preference