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    Recommended!

    I liked the previous books I read in this series and I liked this one. It is a sweet and heartwarming story, an engaging and entertaining read. I liked the cast of characters, the setting and the style of writing. I look forward to reading other books by this author. Recommended! Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.
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    Vicar's daughter returns home pregnant

    And so to the fourth and final sibling, Miriam who has returned home to Thornthwaite after travelling the world pregnant after a one-night stand. As the youngest, and in her current situation Miriam feels like the family screw up, especially since all of her siblings are happily loved up. But support comes from the most unlikely places and Miriam's sister Rachel's ex-fiancé Dan appears to offer Miriam the non-judgemental support that she doesn't feel she can get from her family, especially when she's not even sure if she wants to keep the baby. In this series we've run the gamut of situations. One daughter pours her heart out to a perfect stranger, only to find he is the new vicar, another loses a baby, the third breaks her engagement and the fourth, Miriam, copes with being single and pregnant. I've enjoyed these books, perhaps the angst centres too much on the effect on the siblings of the sudden death of their brother - but then again that would be a traumatic event in anyone's life. After finishing the Willoughby Close series I was looking for something similar and this fit the bill.
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