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    A Vicarage Reunion is a wonderful tale of a young couple who's marriage is rocked following a miscarriage. Unhappy and not knowing what to do Esther leaves Will and returns to her parent's home. Still unhappy but determined to restart her life. Esther finds herself exploring dating life with disastrous results. Then Will shows up demanding her to give him a second chance and he plans to show Esther just how special she is by courting her all over again. This is a very well done book and I definitely recommend it.
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    Pure enjoyment

    A Vicarage Reunion is the second book in ‘The Holley Sisters of Thornthwaite’ series. I reviewed the first book, ‘A Vicarage Christmas‘, in October last year and loved it. I couldn’t wait to get my hands on this book. The books are set in Thornthwaite, a little village in the Lake District, and follow the lives of the daughters of Roger (who was the local vicar), and Ruth Holley. The last book focused on Anna Holley, who suffers with social anxiety. This story follows her older sister Esther, who, after suffering a miscarriage decides that she has had enough of her life, and walks out on her husband Will. However, farmer Will isn’t going to be easy to let go of. He wants his wife back and will do anything to win her heart again. What I like about this series is that whilst the books are sweet, easy reads, they also contain hard hitting issues. The first dealt with Anna trying to come to terms with her past and learning how to handle her social anxiety. This book is very much about Esther and how she has reacted to her miscarriage. Whilst others can see that she is grieving, she is unwilling to accept that and wants to just push it to one side, but by doing that she is causing herself more problems, including pushing her husband away. I would advise reading book one before this book, as it contains a lot of information that will help you to fully understand this book. It is also great to catch up with some of the characters again from A Vicarage Christmas. The book is quite short, so won’t take you long to get through, but Ms. Hewitt has certainly packed a lot into those pages. Her writing style flows naturally, and she knows how to create beautiful visual scenery with her words. This is a book that you can dip in and out of whenever you have a few minutes spare, or sit and read in one go, either way you will get pure enjoyment. I can’t wait to read book three now.
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