Two old friends, one hot summer, a whole load of confusion.
Poppy Jenkins makes everyone smile. She’s the heart of Wells, a beautiful village in mid-Wales, leaving light and laughter in her wake. She has a doting family, an errant dog and a little sister with a nose for mischief. But she’s the only gay in the village and it’s a long time since she kissed a girl: the chance of romance in sleepy Wells is rarer than a barking sheep.
If she doesn’t think too hard, life is cosy, until a smart sports car barrels into town with the last woman Poppy wants to see behind the wheel. Beautiful Rosalyn Thorn was once Poppy’s high school BFF even though she was trouble. Then one day she abandoned Wells and Poppy without explanation. Now the highflier is back and bound to cause fresh havoc in the village and with Poppy’s heart; folk are not happy.
Wells needs to wake up to the 21st century and Rosalyn can help, but old prejudices die hard. If they can be friends it could be the chance to make everyone’s happy ever after. Couldn’t it?
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If you are looking for lesbian romance and are considering other books - just stop and read this one. It’s happy, so well-written, sweet and very sexy. I was sad when it ended and found myself missing Poppy Jenkins!! You will love it!!
I’m not sure what it was but I had a hard time getting into the book until 70% mark, I thought the book was filled with unnecessary details to just be a filler. It would’ve been nice to have had Roslyn’s POV in the book. I found myself speed reading through most of it, once they were adults I still felt like they were kids. Perhaps I need to read it again..