‘Moving, romantic, and downright funny! A magical read, perfect for anyone who’s ever made a wish.’ Samantha Tonge, 5 stars
What do you do when ‘the one that got away’ now won’t go away? In fact, he’s so determined not to go away that he’s literally chained himself to a tree.
Fifteen years ago, Felicity Kerr threw caution to the wind and kissed her colleague Ryan Sullivan under the ancient wishing tree along the coast.
When Ryan failed to respond to her kiss, Felicity was mortified that she’d read his signals so horrendously wrong and left Lemmon Cove for good.
But now Felicity’s job brings her back to her hometown, and face to face with Ryan, who is leading a band of octogenarians rallying to save their beloved 300-year-old sycamore from being bulldozed by property developers.
The spark with Ryan is still there, but Felicity is guarding a secret and as much as she wants to join the protest by his side, she can’t help but hold back.
Will Felicity be able to mend her broken heart and find happiness with Ryan beside the sea?
An utterly hilarious and heart-warming romantic comedy about hope, second chances, and following your heart. Fans of Tilly Tennant, Milly Johnson and Heidi Swain will love this summer holiday of a book!Readers LOVE The Wishing Tree Beside the Shore!
“If there was a book to truly lift your spirits, this is it. It’s funny, heart-warming, and hard to put down… An absolute must read.” NetGalley Reviewer, 5 Stars
“Just the book I needed to read… This is the kind of book you will pick up and think just one more chapter and before you know it, you’ve devoured it. A perfect summer read.” NetGalley Reviewer, 5 Stars
“Jaimie has done it again with another fabulous book. I laughed, I cried and laughed even more… 5 stars is far from enough.” NetGalley Reviewer, 5 Stars
“Once again Jaimie has created a picture-perfect setting for a magical story… her stories capture my heart and make me believe in magic.” NetGalley Reviewer, 5 Stars
“Just the sort of book you need to read to cheer yourself up, laugh out loud and even shed the odd tear. Perfect summer reading.” NetGalley Reviewer, 5 Stars