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    Enjoyable return to Tindledale with lovely ending

    This was an enjoyable return to Tindledale for me as I had read the other books set here, although this one could be read on it's own without having to read the others, although of course it is always recommended to know about characters mentioned. There were two storylines running through this, one about Chrissie, her husband Sam and their 13 year old daughter Holly, and their friend Jude who starts working for Myles, an ex-rock star who has just bought a big property in Tindledale who Jude is sourcing antiques for from her new antiques shop in the village. Sam has been away in Singapore working as an architect for a big company, and hasn't been very good at visiting home since he's been away. He was in contact via phone and Skype, but always seemed to get caught up in 'important' meetings and had to cancel lots of visits. Chrissie has had enough and now Sam is home, working on the estate Myles has just bought, trying to salvage his marriage. Holly is also trying to get her parents back together with various tricks and also enlists the help of Jude, also her godmother. I must admit I found Sam a bit irritating, one minute his family didn't see much of him as he's 'too busy working' and the next he's back in Tindledale and acting very over-protective to Holly (who has diabetes) when he couldn't be bothered before. I don't blame Chrissie having had enough of him. On the other hand I did like Jude - and mad Myles really grew on me! He really was a bit odd, very childlike even though he was in his forties, but he got better as the book went on and was always trying to fit in and make people like him. He actually turned out to be my favourite character in the book, which I didn't expect! He turned out to be such a fun-loving guy who was always trying to make people happy, which he did. Everything was resolved eventually, after a bit of a panic towards the end, and quite a big secret was revealed. Enjoyable read with a lovely ending!

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