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Publisher Description

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‘Thank goodness for Katie Fforde, the perfect author to bring comfort in difficult times. She really is the queen of uplifting, feel good romance.’ AJ PEARCE
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A YEAR IN THE COUNTRY. A YEAR TO FALL IN LOVE.

The deliciously romantic novel from the Sunday Times #1 bestselling author of A Springtime Affair and A Rose Petal Summer.

Fran has always wanted to be a farmer. And now it looks as if her childhood dream is about to come true.

She has just moved to her aunt's beautiful but very run-down farm in the Cotswolds. If she can turn the place around in a year, the farm will be hers.

But Fran knows nothing about farming. She might even be afraid of cows.

She'll need help, not just from her best friend Issi, but also from her wealthy and very eligible neighbour - who might just have his own reasons for being so supportive.

Is it the farm he is interested in? Or Fran herself?

Warm, funny and wonderfully romantic, this is Katie Forde at her very best.
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The whole world loves Katie Fforde's work:

'Like a good wedding, it will leave you wiping away the tears' SUNDAY EXPRESS

'Modern-day Austen. Great fun' RED

'Katie’s writing is life-enhancing and, like the love affairs, delicious. I enjoyed every minute!' ELIZABETH BUCHAN

'Top-drawer romantic escapism' DAILY MAIL

'Warm, brilliant and full of love' HEAT

'Delicious - gorgeous humour and the lightest of touches' SUNDAY TIMES

'Effortlessly lovable, warm and fun' CLOSER

'Curl up on the sofa with this book and dream ... delightful' THE LADY

'Deliciously enjoyable' WOMAN AND HOME

'Uplifting and delightful' HOT BRANDS COOL PLACES

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2018
22 February
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
400
Pages
PUBLISHER
Random House
SELLER
The Random House Group Limited
SIZE
6.5
MB

Customer Reviews

Nlw68 ,

Not so sure

This was a little silly and way too neatly done.
The writing dragged on in some spots, but I think it was all a bit to cutesy for me..
Having been on a farm all my life I have never heard of farms being special for never having been plowed. Maybe it's an English thing.

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