When childhood sweethearts are reunited, will the same sparks fly?
Cathy Woodman's The Boy Next Door is a funny and poignant story of how love can blossom when you least expect it. The perfect read for fans of Jo Thomas and Trisha Ashley.
'Cathy Woodman is a real find' - Jill Mansell
Terri Mills is going home to London. With only a battered mini and a bankruptcy order to show for her life in Devon, she's not feeling particularly proud of herself. At least her nine-year-old daughter Sasha sees their trip as an adventure. Terri's Gran is keen to lend a hand, and she's already found Terri a flat and a job, for which Terri's eternally grateful. If only the job wasn't at the local flower shop.
Growing up, Terri had two passions: flowers, and the boy next door. Martin Blake, son of florists Val and George, was gorgeous. What's more, he was all hers - until her parents upped and moved to Devon and she never heard from him again. Now she's about to walk into his florist's - and straight back into her past...
What readers are saying about The Boy Next Door:
'Funny, heart-warming and an absolute winner for me'
'Great plot, a lively and easy read'
'A charming, well-written story'