Sometimes the best way to hold on is to let go...
Newly widowed Gwen Morgan needs a change of scene...
An invitation to stay with old school friend Kate and her partner Gerry in the quaint coastal village of Haxton in Northumberland, gives Gwen the inspiration she needs to start navigating her life without her loving and supportive husband Dan.
With its beautiful vista and friendly locals Gwen starts to feel very much at home as she makes new friends, including the young and delightful Oliver Fenwick and the down to earth early-retired widower Ken Richards.
Kate thinks Gwen’s blossoming friendship with Ken could lead to something more. However, Gwen remains unconvinced that she and Ken are anything other than friends, although she has not ruled out finding love again one day.
But when Gwen returns home to Kent, it no longer feels like home.
Without Dan there she feels like a stranger in her own house and she starts to long for the fresh start that Dan encouraged her to make after he was gone. With Dan’s words of encouragement echoing in her ear, Gwen returns to Haxon and starts to embrace her new life there, moving into a charming cottage and finally setting up her very own artistic business.
She is now ready for the next chapter in her life to begin, just as Dan had wanted.
But what will this it bring...?
Miranda Barnes has lived in Northumberland nearly all her life, and most of her romantic fiction is set in the area she has come to love. Contemporary and authentic, her novels focus on the loves and lives of local people - shop assistants, craft workers, and farming and fishing folk. She is also the author of All She Ever Wanted, A New Beginning, Days Like These, A Place of Her Own and the slightly darker
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