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Snowdrops on Rosemary Lane

Narrated by: Katie Scarfe
Series: Rosemary Lane, Book 3
Length: 10 hrs and 32 mins
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Last winter she had a plan.

Lucy fell in love with tumbledown Rosemary Cottage as a child. So 30 years on, when she loses her city job and discovers the cottage is for sale, it feels like fate. She'll raise her children in Burley Bridge and transform the cottage into a B&B with her husband.

But a year can change everything....

Now Lucy is juggling two children and a B&B, but on her own. Christmas looks set to be their last on Rosemary Lane until she meets James, a face from her past and someone who might offer a different kind of future.

Should Lucy leave the cottage behind? Or could this winter on Rosemary Lane be the start of something new?

Curl up with a cosy winter listen that fans of Trisha Ashley and Carole Matthews will love.

©2019 Ellen Berry (P)2019 HarperCollins Publishers Limited
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Nice, light read

The story line was believable, as were the characters. I also enjoyed the narration. This book was just the light read I was after and didn't disappoint.

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  • Clair S.
  • 27-01-2020

Bit predictable

This story was a bit predictable and trundled along rather slowly at times, then leaping from story to story... Nothing really happened from beginning to end, the most dramatic event was brushed over rather rapidly at the beginning.

But what annoyed me most was the constant use of 'Christ' in the dialogue....got very boring and I dislike blaspheming at the best of times