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    This is a book for summer

    Lizzie Lovell’s dad has recently passed away. Re-evaluating her life she decides to sell her home and purchase a windmill just outside the little village of Piriwick. Her dad had always wanted to buy the mill but had never gotten around to it.The mill, unfortunately, is falling apart but Lizzie is determined to bring it back to its former glory. She even decides to live on site in a small caravan so she can help oversee the work and help out too. As well as the mill, Lizzie makes friends with some of the locals including handsome Jude and his younger brother Charlie, who is autistic. Life’s looking good for Lizzie, but nothing ever that simple! Over the years I have read and reviewed numerous Tilly Tennant books. I always enjoy her writing style and how she can make you feel warm and uplifted and The Mill on Magnolia Lane is no different. The characters are very realistic which means that some are adorable and lovely, others are plain annoying. Lizzie falls in to the adorable category. She is very headstrong and has plenty of guts to change her life completely. The book from start to finish was exceptionally enjoyable and I loved seeing how the renovations on the mill were coming along. My tiny criticism is that the book sometimes jumped forward in time. Now and again in moved forward days without me realising. This is a book for summer. It’s an easy read and one you can lie on the beach with or sit by the pool with drinking your cocktails and enjoying a fabulous story.

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