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‘A gorgeous, romantic book, that will whisk you away to sunnier happier times… pop a smile on your face as you sink into a lovely romance’ NetGalley reviewer
Amelia loves her life in Paris. But with the surprise inheritance of her childhood home, she has no choice but to return to the small village of Meadowbank to restore her great-aunt’s old farmhouse.
However returning to Meadowbank means she has to confront her past, including old flame Adam – the one person she regrets leaving behind.
When Amelia discovers a locket hidden in the farmhouse, containing the picture of a mysterious World War Two soldier, she starts to uncover the secrets of her great-aunt’s past. With Adam on hand to help restore the farmhouse, she’s shocked by his generosity after so many years apart.
As her feelings for her first love reignite, Amelia is suddenly confused as to where she truly belongs.
Can Amelia finally find where her heart truly calls home?
Escape to the countryside with a heart-warming new novel from the author of Snowflakes at Mistletoe Cottage. Fans of Rachael Lucas and Cathy Bramley will fall in love with Katie Ginger!
Everyone LOVES The Secrets of Meadow Farmhouse
‘A perfect escape into the country… Beautiful, warm and a smile didn’t leave my lips… Would definitely recommend’ NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars
‘A story of secrets, forgiveness, community and love, it had me gripped from the beginning’ NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars
‘A really lovely book to lose yourself in, perfect for a winter's evening or a beach read… Loved it!!’ Julie Houston
’A warm, uplifting story of discovering where you truly belong…’ Jessica Redland
'I adored this book. Adam is perfect hero material and I loved following Amelia as she unpicked the past and discovered the secret to her own happiness' Sarah Bennett
‘A perfect country escape… and an ending that made my heart sing – this one is extra special’ Jane Linfoot
‘A beautiful, romantic story of lost love and finding home – I couldn’t put it down!’ Sandy Barker