Second chances, new loves and scrumptious cakes...
Following the death of her husband, Anna Hemingway decides it's time for a fresh start. So, Anna and her three-year-old daughter Ellie move to a picture-perfect cottage in the village of Little Somerby.
When Anna takes over the village tea shop, she starts to find happiness again. But things get complicated when Matthew Carter, the owner of the local cider farm, enters her life.
Throughout a whirlwind year of village fetes and ancient wassails, apple pie and new memories, life slowly blossoms again. But when tragedy strikes, Anna must find the strength to hold onto the new life she has built.
A heart-warming novel, perfect for all fans of Fern Britton and Katie Fforde.
Head of Zeus, an Aria book * Romance
07 Sep 2017 * 384pp * £7.99 * 9781788541022
'Fay Keenan's first novel is a fabulous debut. The thinking woman's light fiction. Moving, funny, thoughtful and romantic. Bring on the next one!'
Fay Keenan was born in Surrey and raised in Hampshire, before finally settling back in the West Country. When Fay is not chasing her children around or writing, she teaches English at a local secondary school. She lives with her husband of fourteen years, two daughters, a cat, two chickens and a Weimaraner called Bertie in a village in Somerset, which may or may not have provided the inspiration for Little Somerby.
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