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Welcome back to Willoughby Close, with four new residents and happy endings to deliver.

Laura Neale is grieving. A year after her beloved husband’s death, she is still left with far too many questions and is struggling with feelings of guilt, anger, and grief. Hoping to rebuild her life and her children’s, she moves to Wychwood-on-Lea with her two troubled kids - an 11-year-old son with too much energy and a 14-year-old daughter flirting with the same depression that afflicted her father.

The warm community of women who have lived in Willoughby Close welcome her with open arms, and their friendship helps Laura find a semblance of peace. But when she finds herself with an entirely unexpected attraction to her son’s teacher, James Hill, Laura is gobsmacked. James is charming, funny, and 10 years younger than her, thus completely unsuitable. Besides, her husband Timothy was her soulmate - wasn’t he?

As revelations about everything she once held dear surface, Laura wonders if she is reckless or maybe just brave enough to try for love a second time.

©2021 Kate Hewitt (P)2021 Blackstone Publishing

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