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Publisher's Summary

When Charlie Thorpe met Holly Renton, they were not a match made in heaven....

Holly lives and works in the beautiful town of Willowbury in Somerset. An incorrigible optimist, she is determined to change the world for the better.

Charlie Thorpe, on the other hand, is the ultimate pragmatist. As Willowbury’s new member of parliament, he has to be. While he’s determined to prove himself to the town, as far as Holly’s concerned, he’s just another politician on the make. 

But when their paths cross again, it’s clear they’ve got more in common than they think. Can Holly and Charlie overcome their differences and work together, or are they destined to be forever on opposite sides? And why does Holly have a funny feeling she has met Charlie before?

Let Fay Keenan whisk you away to a world of glorious country views, unforgettable characters and once-in-a-lifetime love. Perfect for all fans of Fern Britton, Veronica Henry and Erica James.

©2019 Ffay Keenan (P)2016 Boldwood Books

Critic Reviews

"Guaranteed to put a spring in your step. Feel-good, frisky and great fun with a hearty dash of romance and intrigue." (Julie Houston)

"Moving, funny, thoughtful and romantic. Bring on the next one!" (Jenny Kane) 

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