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Today I have a review for you. Find me at Willoughby Close is the 3rd book by Kate Hewitt.

Blurb..

Welcome to Willoughby Close… a charming cluster of cosy cottages, each with a story to tell and a happy ending to deliver…

Harriet Lang had a perfect life, so she’s left reeling when everything is taken from her in one fell swoop. Suddenly, Harriet learns her beautiful farmhouse in the Cotswolds is double-mortgaged, her husband Richard’s been unceremoniously fired—and he’s become a little too close to his young, sexy assistant.

Harriet moves into Willoughby Close with her three children, trying to hold her head up high. With the help of her neighbour and newfound friend Ellie Matthews, Harriet starts to rebuild her life–but dipping a toe in the dating pool feels strange and meanwhile, her children are struggling in different ways. She wonders if starting over is really possible…

Then Willoughby Close begins to weave its healing magic on both her and her children, and Harriet begins to see a way forward. She even starts to date sexy local vet Tom Roberts–but when Richard reappears in her life, wanting to make amends, Harriet must make the painful decision about how much of the past can be forgiven—and what kind of future she is fighting for.

Review…

I read the book previous to this and really enjoyed it. It was a no brainer for me to pick this one up as well.

The story is well written and again a lovely read. I sympathise with Harriot and it is really nice to see how her story unfolds and the choices she makes. It has a good vibe about it, and the story is relatable to the sorts of problems that we may face on a daily basis.

It was also nice to see a glimpse at Ellie and Abby’s lives after the previous book.

Would highly recommend this to anyone who loves a bit of a down on her luck type story with romance.

Rating: 5/5

You can find a copy of this book on Amazon UK and Amazon US.

To read more about Kate you can visit her here.

Thanks for reading.

The Stationery Geekette.

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