About the book
Harriet Swift thinks she has the perfect life – a satisfying career, her own flat and a new boyfriend who respects her need for her own space. But then her only sister is killed in a car crash, and Harriet is forced to give up her well-ordered life to help look after her orphaned niece and nephew. Moving back to her childhood home in Maple Drive, and sacrificing so much, doesn’t come easy and before long Harriet discovers things about her family she never believed possible.
Meanwhile, the shabbiest house in Maple Drive has a new occupant. Will Hart also thinks he has the perfect life. Having swapped his successful career as a lawyer for that of an antiques dealer, he believes in living for the moment and is entirely happy with his lot. Then from nowhere tragedy strikes and he faces the biggest challenge of his life.
Harriet and Will have no choice but to piece together a new future for themselves, but can they see it through?
Reviewed by No Dickens
All found this to be an enjoyable/readable book. Some thought title a little misleading, but story dealt well with grief of losing a sibling/child. Liked the quotes at the start of each month. A gripping book we wanted to get to the end of.
Star rating ***