About the book
Can love blossom in the countryside?
Artist Holly Hunter is turning her life upside-down! She’s leaving the bright lights of London (and a cheating husband) behind her and hoping for a fresh start as she escapes to the peaceful Cotswolds countryside.
Men are off the cards for Holly. Instead, she’s focusing on her little gallery and adopting an adorable Border Collie puppy named Tubs. Or so she thought…
Because no matter how hard she tries to resist him, local vet Adam Whitney is utterly gorgeous. And in a village as small as this one, Holly can only avoid Adam for so long!
There are a few characters to get to know but they each bring something to this story and to Holly's new start. I have to admit it took me a while to get attached to the characters although by the end I really liked the friendships that had developed. The romance was a slow burner and this is no bad thing as you get to know the characters along the way and I guess you are even more hopeful for that happy ending.
The story moves at a steady pace and is perfect to spend a lazy day reading or to take on holiday and just relax with. The setting of Escape to the Cotswolds is lovely and even more so because it is a place I would love to visit. So a few hours spent dreaming of village life in the Cotswolds was lovely for me especially after a hectic week.
Sweet and heartwarming!
With thanks to Natalie Kleinman, HQ Digital & Netgalley for my copy. This is my honest and unbiased opinion.