‘A truly enchanting read’ Books of All Kinds
Welcome to the little village of Whispers Wood and one glorious summer when friendships are forged, secrets are revealed and romance delightfully bursts into bloom.
Kate Somersby has finally returned home after years of running away. She’s heard that Old Man Isaac is selling the clock house on the green and she’s determined to make him an offer – the very bricks that make up the little clock house hold precious memories for her.
Only gorgeous entrepreneur Daniel Westlake is standing in her way. Their rivalry is the talk of the village and soon rumours are spreading thicker than jam on a scone…
A charming feel good romance perfect for fans of Katie Fforde, Alex Brown and Sarah Morgan
About the author
Growing up in locations like Botswana and Venezuela gave me quite the taste for adventure and my love for romances began when my mother shoved one into my hands in a desperate attempt to keep me quiet during TV coverage of the Wimbledon tennis finals!
When I wasn't consuming books by the bucketload, I could be found pretending to be a damsel in distress or running around solving mysteries and writing down my adventures. As a teenager, I wrote countless episodes of TV detective dramas so the hero and heroine would end up together every week. As an adult, I worked in a library to conveniently continue consuming books by the bucketload, until realising I was destined to write contemporary romance and romantic suspense myself. I live in leafy Surrey in the UK, a book-devouring, slightly melodramatic, romance-writing sassy heroine with my very own sexy hero husband! You can visit my website at: http://www.evedevon.com/
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The Little Clock House Green
What a fun read! Grabs you from the first page. Excellent storyline and great characters. Romance at its best!
Fun, quirky read
The name is a bit long but the story is amazing you are sucked into not one romance, but 2 romances and a crazy town of activity. Each of the characters is lively in their own way and the town is hysterical. The compensation to win is intense with lots of build up to the finish. The build up of both relationships keeps you turning the page and maybe yelling "you wanna kiss the girl" a few times. The base of the story is about anticipation and it does not disappoint.
The story is likened to the tv show Gilmore Girls and I can see that, but it has its own set of class and crazy lingo. Drama and heartache. Very well done !