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    Recommended!

    This is escapism at its best. An engaging and entertaining book that made me feel better. I loved the plot, the well written cast of characters and the setting. I read other books by Ms Tennant and this one was up to my expectations. Recommended! Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.
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    Heartwarming story

    This is the first book I've read by this author and I wasn't sure what to expect. I loved it! This is a heartwarming story that holds your attention, I fell in love with the donkeys. I will be looking for more of this authors books. Thank you Bookouture via NetGalley for the ARC copy of this book. All opinions expressed are my own.
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    A very enjoyable story.

    My Rating: 4.5 Stars Hattie Rose felt like she had to make her own path in life when she chose to move to Paris. After a broken relationship and the loss of her dream job, she was truly disillusioned and returned home to Gillypuddle. Her family suffered a very sad tragedy and things with her parents are hardly smooth because of it. Hattie is desperate for a job, and they are few in the small village. When she hears that a donkey sanctuary called Sweet Briar Farm, has an opening, Hattie jumps at the chance, despite the many obstacles facing her. One of the issues is Jo, her new boos. Jo is distant and practically lives the life a a hermit. Despite anticipated problems, Hattie takes on the job. When Hattie meets the vet, Seth, she wants to jump at the opportunity to get to know him. Dealing with the town's rumors, as well as an even bigger issue in the form of a newspaper reporter, things become a bit complicated for Hattie. This book certainly has quite a bit of conflict, and I think it was all handled beautifully. I love how Hattie worked hard at bringing Jo out. Hattie could see into Jo's soul, so she did her best in this regard. Meanwhile, Hattie has own own healing to do, especially when it comes to her relationship with her parents. What a delightful read by Tilly Tennant. This is only my second read by her, but when this book came up I jumped at the opportunity to read it. She has a way of writing an emotional read, one where readers are easily able to care for the characters. In this book, we also get to fall in love with the donkeys, especially Norbert. A first for me! This enjoyable book, albeit sad at times, is one that I am glad to have read and I am looking forward to reading more by this brilliant author. Many thanks to Bookouture and to NetGalley for this ARC to read in exchange for my honest opinion.
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    I liked it.

    I received a free copy of HATTIE’S HOME FOR BROKEN HEARTS by Tilly Tennant in exchange for an honest review. Hattie Rose just can’t seem to live up to expectations. Most recently, she blew her one big shot in Paris by setting a fashion show on fire, literally. In the fallout out of the flaming career disaster, Hattie moves home to Dorset where her parents have turned their home into a shrine to Hattie’s beautiful, perfect, deceased sister. At loose ends with few employment prospects, Hattie accepts a live-in minimum wage position as a farmhand at a local animal sanctuary. This is the tale of Hattie’s attempts to help the animals, help her employer, and help herself find a way to do something important. How will Hattie help the animals and her employer when her boss is so closed-off and mean the villagers call her the witch or the medusa on the hill? Will Hattie’s determination get her through her employer’s repeated rejections? I liked this book. Though it has some romantic elements to it, it is primarily the story of a young woman who insists she be allowed to be herself, even though she’s still trying to figure out what that means. Hattie’s got determination, kindness, and a genuine love for others, but when your heart’s wide open, heartbreak and discouragement abound. I recommend this book to fans of women’s fiction, to readers who want to spent time with some nice folks, and to those who would like to see a damaged heart heal. #HattiesHomeForBrokenHearts #NetGalley
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