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    Cliffhanger!

    Easy to follow but not predictable, the main character s likeable but not too sugary sweet. Bit of a cliff hanger at the end, so want to start reading part 3 asap
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    Ottercombe bay part two

    Very good can't wait for part three its enthralling
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    Part 2 of 4 - Daisy has a plan

    So, I'm on a bit of a reading downer but English countryside romances seem to be okay so when I saw this serialisation available on NetGalley I requested it. Unfortunately, part one was no longer available so I launched straight in at part two. First off, other then the blurb (which I have only just reread on Goodreads) there is no handy synopsis to remind you of what happened in the first part. But, the gist of it is that Daisy Wickens has inherited an old disused railway station ticket office and waiting room from her Uncle Reg located in the Dorset village of Ottercombe Bay where Daisy lived as a child until the mysterious death of her mother. The only catch is that to inherit the cash Daisy needs to live in the Bay for 12 months. The first book clearly ended on a cliffhanger when Daisy's necklace is stolen from her bedside table. In this part two Daisy comes up with a plan for the station, finds out her arch enemy might not be so bad and becomes closer to her Aunt Coral's dog Bugsy Malone. The police are no closer to solving the rash of petty thefts in the village, Max's father has returned to the village and Daisy's BFF Tamsin appears to one of the stupidest, most annoying characters EVER. The second instalment also ends on a cliffhanger. For the avoidance of doubt this is a serialisation and is not a standalone novella. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
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    Shorter than a short story

    each one of these books are the eqivalent of a chapter in a real book. dont waste your money buying any of the 3
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