The house where Stella and her sister Amy grew up never changes – the red front door, the breath-taking view over the Cornish coast, her parents in their usual spots on the sofa. Except this summer, things feel a little different…
Stella’s father is nowhere to be seen, yet her mother – in suspiciously new Per Una jeans – seems curiously unfazed by his absence, and more eager to talk about her mysterious dog-walking buddy Mitch.
Stella’s sister Amy has returned home with a new boyfriend she can barely stand and a secret to hide, and Stella’s husband Jack has something he wants to get off his chest too. Even Frank Sinatra, the dog, has a guilty air about him.
This summer, change is in the air for the Whitethorns…
Firstly a big thank you to Lily at hq stories for my copy.
I dont think ive read any of Jenny’s previous books.
Thia is a perfect summer read packed with wit and warmth
Family drama and turmoil ensure a less than simple summer vacation.
Lots of changes force people to evaluate themselves and their lives
What happens when we feel stuck ? What changes do we make?
Easy enjoyable read in which im sure we can all relate to .
Great charactars all bringing something unique to the story and family .
I look forward to reading more from her.
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