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    Thoroughly recommended second-chance romance

    Just the thing to read when you are laid up in bed with a cold feeling sorry for yourself. Eva Harris owns a small guest house in St Andrews, Scotland. She is a widow with a small son, Jamie and an unruly dog. Her beloved next door neighbours have moved to a smaller house and her new neighbour is a prickly single Englishman who rebuffs all of Eva's attempts to be neighbourly. Ben Matthews has given up a life in the City earning megabucks to move to St Andrews where he has a job as a physics lecturer. He had planned to move with his girlfriend but at the last minute she decided a new glamorous job abroad was more interesting. Moving into a large family home that he had never even seen before seems like a huge mistake to Ben, he had visions of a family and a dog but instead he has a huge house that needs a lot of work and he is regretting his decision. Despite his initial hostility, Eva and Ben soon become friends as their paths cross (often literally) often in such a small university town. First Eva is helping Ben to fix his central heating, then Ben is helping Jamie with his maths homework. But the past casts a long shadow and is Eva willing to risk her heart and put her trust in another man? I liked this, it was heartwarming and gentle, I had house-envy for Eva and I'm madly jealous of her handyman skills, she and Ben were both such homebodies who wanted nothing more than family. Thoroughly recommended second-chance romance, especially if you like small children and dogs! I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
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