Thursday, 6 July 2017

Coming Home to Cuckoo Cottage – by Heidi Swain

Original Cover
My own copy

The blurb:

When Lottie Foster’s grandmother’s best friend Gwen dies, she leaves Lottie her lovely home, Cuckoo Cottage.
Lottie loves the cottage but Matt, a charming local builder, points out that beneath its charm it is falling apart. Luckily he is always on hand to help with the problems that somehow seem to keep cropping up. But is he just a bit too good to be true? Certainly Will, Lottie’s closest neighbour, seems to think so.
Lottie plans to set up her own business renovating vintage caravans. She hasn’t told anyone about the project she has cooked up with Jemma from The Cherry Tree Café to repurpose Gwen’s old caravan and turn it into a mobile tearoom.
But before she can finally enjoy living with her legacy she must uncover who she can trust, and who to avoid. And with two men vying for her attention, can she find love in her new home…?

My Opinion:

*Book provided by the publisher on NetGalley in exchange for an honest review*

Coming Home to Cuckoo Cottage is the 4th book by bestselling author Heidi Swain, I have read the first one and loved her writing from the start. That’s why I was really excited to read this one too. We return to the beautiful town of Wynbridge and meet some familiar characters, I really need to read the other two books as well. This one can totally be read as a standalone though.

Lottie Foster has inherited Cuckoo Cottage and moves in, but it’s not so easy. Some people think it shouldn’t be hers and according to Matt, a gorgeous local builder, a lot of work needs to be done around it. Then there is also Will, her closest neighbour, who doesn’t seem to trust Matt. She really doesn’t know what to do, who to trust and with both men wanting her attention she really is fighting a battle in several ways. Will she find love and happiness in her new home?!

Heidi Swain is a really talented writer, her descriptions are on point, it really feels like being there with the characters. This book really has left a smile on my face, it’s so uplifting, comforting and just wonderful. There is a sparkly glow around the whole story and it just gives you that warm feeling of never wanting to leave the story! A heart-warming summer read, which is surrounded by authentic characters, a beautiful setting and a dynamic storyline.


Heidi Swain on Twitter: @Heidi_Swain

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