Escape to the Cornish coast with this irresistible summer read, perfect for fans of Jill Mansell and Philippa Ashley.
The Cornish fishing village of Tremarnock seems to have it all. Charming houses cling to the hillside and cluster round the harbour where fishermen unload their catch each day. Everyone knows everyone, and mostly they look out for each other.
But throw a stranger – a beautiful stranger – into the mix and all bets are off. Chabela Penhallow arrives for a holiday from Mexico to find out more about her Cornish ancestors. But no sooner has she arrived than rumours start to fly. Why has she really come? And what is she running from? Can the inhabitants of Tremarnock discover her secrets before their peaceful seaside village is thrown into turmoil?
Reviews for the Tremarnock series:
'A charming, warm-hearted read ... Pure escapism' Alice Peterson.
'Burstall is a great writer, and this is not your usual run-of-the-mill chick lit ... I was gripped from the start' Daily Mail.
'The literary equivalent of a gin and tonic on a hot summer's day ... A delicious, delightful and decadent tale' Bookish Jottings.
'Burstall has created a little sanctuary, which will have readers eager to book a Cornish holiday as soon as possible ... A heart-warming, "feel-good" novel that makes you feel warm and fuzzy inside. I can't wait for the next book in the series so that I can return' Bookbag.
'Burstall has a true knack for transporting you to her world, amidst beautiful Cornish countryside' Jane Corry.
'The literary equivalent of a gin and tonic on a hot summer's day ... A delicious, delightful and decadent tale for fans of Fern Britton and Veronica Henry' Bookish Jottings.
'A charming, warm-hearted read' Alice Peterson.
'I couldn't put it down. A terrific read' Lorraine Kelly.
'Burstall has a true knack for transporting you to her world, amidst beautiful Cornish countryside' Jane Corry