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A sweet read the book was where I managed to land myself back at Glendale Hall with author Victoria Walters helping me navigate through the various past characters.
My third book in this series, I enjoyed Anna’s story along with her culinary skills. The author managed to enmesh her well with the other characters where the prose flowed smoothly.
Romance too made an appearance in her life where Cameron made the perfect mate for her. It was fun to see them dance through the steps of courtship. (Yes, I have become old-fashioned. I want to be wooed.)
Anna had her own insecurities due to her past, but she soon came from a point of strength. The author’s writing was seamless where this series lived up to its promise of likable characters, binding love, and beautiful landscapes.
Lost souls had a beautiful way of meeting up in Glendale Hall, including me, a spectator initially but soon immersed in all their lives.
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What if we’re all just searching for something?
Anna Stewart is lost. After barely surviving a car accident as a teenager, Anna is scared of settling. Flitting between jobs, boyfriends and homes whenever she gets bored, she has no idea what the future holds. Then her brother Brodie, minister of Glendale, suggests she moves to the beautiful Scottish village, lining up a housekeeper job for her at Glendale Hall.
Out of options, Anna agrees to take the job just for the summer. Once at the hall, her culinary skills impress everyone, and she agrees to give Hilltop Farm’s new manager, Cameron, cooking lessons. Sparks fly between Anna and the handsome Scot, but Cameron keeps pushing Anna away, and Anna definitely isn’t looking for love. But it’s wedding season at Glendale Hall, and Anna is about to discover that her new home has a way of working its magic on even the coldest of hearts.
Will she really be able to just walk away at the end of summer, or could Anna have finally found a place to belong?
Publication Date: July 2021
I received an ARC from the publisher, and this is my journey down its pages, straight from the heart. STRICTLY HONEST and UNBIASED.
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