Wednesday, 11 April 2018

Book Review - Summer at Willow Tree Farm by Heidi Rice - #HolidayReading Book 27

Book 27 of 30 that I read on my holiday to Fuerteventura in December 2017

Title: Summer at Willow Tree Farm
Author: Heidi Rice
Format reviewed: Ebook
Source: Netgalley
Publisher: HQ
Publication Date: 20th July 2017
Rating: 5 Stars

Is home always where the heart is?

When Ellie spent a summer with her mum on a Wiltshire commune in the 90s it was a bigger disaster than Leo DiCaprio’s trip aboard the Titanic – so fleeing to America seemed a perfect plan.

But now, with her marriage falling apart, running back to her mum seems like the only option for her and her son Josh.

She wasn’t expecting Art, the boy she once had a crush on to still be working at Willow Tree Farm…And still be as hot and bothersome as he was when they were teenagers.

Ellie came to Willow Tree Farm for a fresh start. But is she ready to risk sailing her life – and her heart – into another iceberg?

I absolutely loved Willow Tree Farm, and the main male lead of Art is brooding and sexy and a real challenge of a man!

Ellie on the other hand is wondering just why she came back to the scene of her worst ever summer holiday,  although the fact she is in need of her mum despite their fractured relationship speaks volumes. 

I loved the growing friendship between Toto and Josh the two teenageers who gain a lot from each other. 

The community of people at the farm were a joy to get to know, a mixed selection of friendly characters, that really helped Ellie a lot, and I loved seeing what they were trying to achieve at the farm. 

This was a entertaining romance to read, with clearly sizzling chemistry between the leads, and a good underlying set of storylines too. 

I also really enjoyed spotting that all the titles for the for parts were Take That song titles. The fan in me was jumping for joy!

This isn't the first book Ihave read by Heidi Rice, but it is is the most enjoyable so far. I am eager to see what she writes next, and would love to see a return to Willow Tree Farm in the future. 

Thank you to Netgalley and HQ for this copy which I have reviewed honestly and voluntarily. 

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