Sasha Morgan comes to the blog with the final book in the Treweham series, a tale of family lost and found, secrets and second chances with
A Country Dilemma
Oh Christie and David – both so broken by their own separate experiences, but determined to move forward with reworked dreams and chances for new lives. With Christie’s soon to be ex-husband moving on with a co-worker and leaving her to fend for herself with the pub in the Cotswolds, The Templar, she’s hoping that Dermot will agree to help her transition into ownership, at least until his daughter Finula’s wedding.
David is searching for a quiet place to raise his daughter Emily, as he hopes to gain custody from her mother and the latest boyfriend. He’s readjusted his work, made accommodations to be a full-time parent, and just may have found the perfect place in the old Keeper’s Cottage at the edge of Treweham Hall.
Oh this was fun – we get a snapshot of time in the village, with stories from the racing stable as well as Sebastian’s reworking of the Folly to present Shakespeare, Tobias and Megan with their little baby Eddie, Finula and Marcus and his newest documentary – the characters intertwine and react to both Christie and David, particularly after a tragedy, that shows the beauty of the people – their openness and warmth, and the welcoming (if more than occasionally intimidating because of the breadth of ‘knowing’) that is to be found. Everyone is happy to see others succeed, determined to make choices that are right for themselves and their families, and a bit of ‘possibility for more” left to the readers imagination. A lovely little “escape” series that will leave you smiling with plenty of new friends to enjoy.
Title: A Country Dilemma
Author: Sasha Morgan
Genre: British, Contemporary Woman's Fiction, Family Saga, Friendship, Humor elements, Romantic Elements, Second Chance, Setting: Britain, Small Town
Published by: Aria
Published on: 20 February, 2020
Source: Publisher via NetGalley
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For Christie Newbury, moving to the Cotswolds as the new owner of The Templar, a quaint countryside inn, was supposed to be a dream come true. But then her husband drops a bombshell that turns her life upside down.
Architect Daniel James has just one month to find the perfect home. When his search takes him to the village of Treweham, his instant attraction to the Templar's beautiful – and newly single – owner is a distraction he can't afford.
Christie needs an expert's eye. Daniel needs a place to stay. It's only a business deal – but it has never been more tempting to mix business with pleasure...
Welcome back to Treweham, a village of scandal and secrets.
Perfect for fans of Holly Martin and Debbie Johnson.
A copy of this title was provided via Publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review. I was not compensated for this review: all conclusions are my own responsibility.