Jill Mansell is one of those writers whose works I’ve always enjoyed…and this latest offering was no exception.
Lily is 25 years old, and lives in the rural village of Stanton Langley where everyone knows everyone else’s business. On the day of her 25th birthday she receives the final letter from her mother (who died fourteen years previously) and two bits of information that completely change her life.
The story centres around a fairly small, tight-knit group of characters who are all warmly portrayed. You can’t help but get caught up in the ups and downs of their lives, fairly safe in the knowledge that all will be resolved by the end.
Warm-hearted, feel-good read that you will love if it’s your sort of thing. Thanks to NetGalley I didn’t have to wait for this to come into the local library…