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    Gorgeous read - loved every minute of it!

    This is the 3rd novel I've read by this author and they all share 2 things in common - a great story and characters you really care about. This novel is set in a small village in Cornwall. The first question is why is Cadan treated as an outcast from his hometown? What could a Cornishman have in common with a high flying lawyer from Tennesse? Throw in Cadan's super laidback surfer brother (with secrets of his own) and you have a fabulous story. Highly recommend!
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    A good romp.

    I enjoyed this book, found it easy to read and would happily recommend it to others. The heroine is feisty and the hero is gorgeous, with a bit of an extra story to the plot, what’s not to like? Sam (antha) is an American who throws up her job as a corporate lawyer whilst in London and ends up in Cornwall by chance. Local guy Cadan is emotionally damaged and suffering animosity from the villagers for the lies spread by his ex wife. Their attraction is immediate but of course they have to jump through a few hoops. Well worth the four stars I have given.
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    A Lovely Summer Read

    When Sam loses out on promotion, she decides to escape to Cornwall for a while to consider her future. Little Penhaven is a tight knit community, but they take the stranger to heart, even warning her off the local ‘bad man’ Cadan. But there is an instant attraction and much more to Sam, than just a high-flying lawyer, she is quite used to doing her own D-I-Y for a start. Cadan has his own issues with family and knows the village’s gossip about him isn’t complimentary, but he finds something very attractive about the newly arrived American. This is a journey for both of them and I was with them every step of the way. Angela writes beautifully creating believable characters, in lovely settings, giving them obstacles to climb and plenty of intriguing twists and turns. A real page turner, I couldn’t put down.
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    Wonderful Easy Read!

    A fabulous book set in the gorgeous Cornish countryside - what's not to like? Samantha Muir is a high-flying corporate lawyer. Working in London on a case, she is sure her long promised partnership is about to come to fruition; however when it goes to another, she decides enough is enough and resigns. Deciding to see something of the UK, she bumps into a friendly stranger who persuades her to give Cornwall a whirl. The small village is a hive of local gossip, and Cadan Day seems to be on the wrong side of public opinion but he's a very attractive man - and Sam isn't entirely blind to his charms. Where will it lead them? This is a lovely read with plenty happening to keep the reader's attention. As Sam strikes up new friendships, we find out she isn't susceptible to gossip and prefers to create her own opinions. Sam and Cadan's possible romance isn't the only tale in this one and I raced through it, eager to know how, when and if all the arising problems would be dealt with. By the final page, everything was beautifully tied up, which I truly like. My only criticism would be that I expected more Americanisms .. there was opportunity to include so many more! But another wonderful novel, thoroughly enjoyed and well worth 4.5 stars.
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