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A Way Back Home by Alison Sherlock #Review #Contemporary #Romance

This is a lovely, contemporary romance and a great addition to this series. It has so many heartwarming characters, a delightful village community, members of the nobility and even rock stars!

Skye is a caring young lady. She helped bring up her younger sister and looked after their landlord, Norman, until he sadly died. Now she’s following his final wishes and visiting Willow Tree Hall in Cranley and the Harris family but she’s not sure why!

Her introduction to the family starts with her backing the huge caravan she’s towing over a vintage car. However, despite this inauspicious start, she’s definitely in for some shocks and surprises as she gets to know just what Norman has left her, connects with the family and community and discovers more about herself, her talents and a heartwarming romance!

It was great to visit this family again- and just in time to find out more about their struggles to save the Hall, wedding preparations and the festivities. I believe it could be read as a stand-alone but that it is even better if you’ve read the previous book first as it continues on from it and involves many of the same characters. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and the series. The author has created characters who are believable and easy to relate to, especially because of their flaws, worries and problems. I loved how both Will and Skye re-evaluated their individual goals, desires, beliefs and plans as the story progresses. It is a great contemporary romance and I have no hesitation in highly recommending it.

I requested and was gifted a copy of this book via NetGalley. This is my honest review after choosing to read the book.

One comment on “A Way Back Home by Alison Sherlock #Review #Contemporary #Romance

  1. carhicks
    November 3, 2018

    This one sounds fun. Cover, cover, cover.


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