Only her kids aren't the least bit convinced the country life is for them. For her oldest son Adam, the internet speed is more along the lines of snail mail, her precocious daughter Georgia, who is more like Jennie than she could imagine, is the only one who is convinced this is a great idea, followed on the heels of Sophie the youngest who can't imagine living in a disgusting old farm house inundated by cows. Yet despite all their misgivings the Copeland family buckles down and attempts to give it a go if only Jennie can convince herself this is a good decision.
Her former ex believes that she has truly bitten off more than she can chew and her neighbor gives her more than just a great view to look at. He is the one who sold her his former farm house, while maintaining a home on the existing acres of land for milking cows. Will Jennie's vow to swear off men for good last as well as she thought or does love hold a second chance in it's grip for both Jennie and Guy Barnes, who have both been left with heart ache in their past lives?
Only time will tell what kind of story plots, author Cathy Woodman has in store in her latest novel, The Sweetest Thing. The opinions expressed here are strictly my own and once again I am delighted to be taken back to Devon for a different look at the country life I had discovered when I read Country Loving, one her many books in the Talyton St George Series of novels she has written.
Her writing style once again has managed to transport me to Devon and to the sights, sounds and warmth of the people who interact with both Jennie and Guy.
From learning what it takes to raise chickens and get them to lay eggs to how milk gets from cows to cartons. Along the way love begins to take root and you find yourself hoping they will realize their feelings before you get to the end. I won't spoil it but you'll definitely want this one! I personally rate this one a 5 out of 5 stars! Anonymous More than 1 year ago I love reading about English people and their everyday lives. This was a very "can't-put-it-down" read that I thoroughly enjoyed.
Granted, I eventually had to Google an Aga cooker to learn more about it. Anonymous More than 1 year ago I give this book 5 stars. It's so real life and sweet.
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Read it!!! This was a great book! It is the third book in the Talyton St. George series. However, it can be read as a standalone. This was the first book that I have read by Cathy Woodman, and now I want to go back and read the other books in this series. Jennie is recently divorced and wants a fresh start so she starts a baking service; she also buys a house that needs repairs along with some animals. She meets her sexy neighbor Guy Barnes.
A Review copy was provided to me in exchange for a fair and honest review. The free book held no determination on my personal review. Anonymous More than 1 year ago. Anonymous More than 1 year ago Very enjoyable, easy reading. Anonymous More than 1 year ago I can hardly remember the storyline.
Sarah's Book Reviews: Must Be Love by Cathy Woodman
I hadn't read any of the other novels before starting this, but this wasn't a problem at all. The author provides the reader with enough background information, and I immediately felt myself falling in love with the fictional village and its inhabitants. Zara is a great main character, and the novel is packed with other wonderful characters as well.
Cathy Woodman's writing style has a great and comfortable pace and the wonderful detailed descriptions made it very easy to jump into the story, making it almost feel like I was an inhabitant of Talyton St George myself, experiencing it all up close. Follow Me Home is a delightfully warm, charming and captivating story with a brilliant setting; a real treat to read!
Stevie is a successful accountant living in the hustle and bustle of London with her well-groomed boyfriend.
She is living away from the family farm since her father didn't believe a woman should be the one running a farm. A marriage proposal and a phone call from her father's best friend brings Stevie to a crossroad in her life.
Stevie has to return to the farm and on first inspection sees the ruins surrounding her - sick animals and a father who has suffered a stroke. With a fear of losing the farm altogether, Stevie needs to think outside the box in order to save it. A long-running feud with neighbour Guy Barnes, obstacles and challenges face Stevie at every turn. At least she has Leo the vet on her side!
Does Stevie return and settle in London with a good man prepared to give her the world or does she remain in Talyton St George to save her father from himself and the rundown family farm embedded deep in her soul?
This is a wonderful story full of twists and turns It will give away everything from the book prior! Country Loving is easy to read and full of description enabling the reader to truly place him or herself amidst the country lifestyle of Talyton St George. Available at: Virtual Library.
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