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Run away to the countryside with the latest romantic comedy from the bestselling author of Rosie’s Travelling Tea Shop!
A fresh start brings a second chance at love…
When Orly’s boyfriend and business partner dumps her for a celebrity fling, she finds solace in tacos, tequila and tears. One terrible hangover later, she’s packed her bags and swapped her London apartment for the overgrown grounds of Honeysuckle Hall.
After years spent catering to others’ whims, Orly is going after what she wants: a simpler life, surrounded by nature. Her plan to set up countryside retreats for burned-out city-dwellers means she soon has the social life she’s been dreaming of – and gorgeous carpenter Leo is always around when she needs something fixed…
As Orly’s new life blossoms, so does her friendship with Leo, and she wonders if she’s finally found somewhere to put down roots – until she discovers a series of anonymous notes, warning her off. Was she wrong to trust Leo? Or is someone else trying to sabotage her future?
A heartwarming romance full of humour, friendship and honeysuckle-scented dreams! Perfect for fans of Debbie Johnson and Holly Martin.Readers LOVE Escape to Honeysuckle Hall!
‘This is the perfect comfort read!… Grab a comfy sofa, a cuppa and curl up with this gorgeous book. Highly recommended.’ – NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars
‘Rebecca Raisin is becoming my go-to author when I need a cozy romance to cuddle up with…’ – NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars
‘I absolutely adored this book!’ – NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars
‘The band of characters in this book are all so unique and loveable… It was a delightful read from start to finish and I highly recommend.’ – NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars
‘I loved everything about it…’ – NetGalley reviewer, 5 stars
‘A heartwarming tale of second chances, love, life and friendships… charming escapism.’ – NetGalley reviewer
‘I love Rebecca Raisin’s books. They’re like a little slice of comforting cake and this one is no different.’ – NetGalley reviewer