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    Cosy and heartwarming

    Clover Cottage is a cosy, heartwarming novel of love - in all its forms. Allie Macdonald and Rory Scott are at a crossroads in their relationship, where homebody Allie would be content to settle down in Heartcross, but Rory has ambitions of volunteering his veterinary services in an animal sanctuary in Africa. A chance meeting with a visiting celebrity sees fame and further ambition descend on the couple. Meanwhile Rory's family are struggling with a heartbreaking secret, which, when known, causes the village to rally around them. This was a nice, cosy book, good for holiday reading. But did I really enjoy it? Not as much as I had hoped. I was unaware that Clover Cottage was part of a series, and while it can be read as a standalone book, the slew of supporting characters appearing in the story without any reference to their relationship to the main characters became frustrating after a while. The main characters themselves didn't communicate well, leaving the reader feeling that one was spoiled and ungrateful and the other whiny and petulant. I felt towards the end there was too much going on: too many secrets appearing out of nowhere and storylines without resolution, and the 'villain' of the story barely got a mention. But as stated, it was a nice, light, cosy read. There were fun moments, and heartwarming moments, and poignant moments too. I just felt these people needed to communicate more! **I received an advance copy of this book from NetGalley and One More Chapter in exchange for an honest review**

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