FROM THE BESTSELLING AUTHOR OF TREMARNOCK.
A new couple have arrived in Tremarnock, but will these glamorous strangers fit into village life? Book two in the Cornish Village series.
Tremarnock is a small fishing village, crowded with holidaymakers in the summer, but a sleepy Cornish backwater at other times of the year.
Here Liz has found refuge with her young daughter, Rosie, after her relationship with Rosie's father came unstuck. Now happily married to village restaurant owner, Robert Hart, all seems set for a quiet autumn and merry Christmas. But strangers have bought the local guest house and seem to have big plans. Why is he so charming and confident, but she so frightened? Are they who they say they are? And what are they really doing with the guest house?
What readers are saying about THE CORNISH GUEST HOUSE:
'Another absolutely blinding book by this author. The story just carries you along experiencing all the emotions you can.'
'It's a lovely, cosy book, which is easy to read and hard to put down.'
'Emma writes in such a way you feel like you're there...'
'A real page turner, I couldn't put it down.'
Very pleasant reading
I enjoyed getting to know all the different characters, and having visited a few coastal towns in Cornwall, found it easy to visualize the story. I'm looking forward to reading the stories that follow, based on the same characters. Can recommend this as easy reading.
Another great read
This is my second Tremarnock book and It’s another good read. I’m liking how you have the main story based on the new characters but the ones we have preciously met are still intertwined in the story.
Another easy read - perfect for lazy afternoons.