It’s never too late for a new beginning…

Steph Herrington runs a successful hair salon – she can make your hair look amazing but she’s no gardener. An allotment was her late husband’s dream. But when her daughter, Jessie, decides to take the plot on in her dad’s memory, Steph sees a chance to bridge the gulf that grew between them as their loving, close-knit family fell apart…

Only the gnarly tangle of weeds and thorns – and working together to tame it – is much harder than they’d imagined. But as winter turns to spring and fruits and vegetables start to flourish – and with the support of Jessie’s loyal friend, Hog, and handsome fellow plot-holder and single dad, Richard – can Steph and Jessie’s relationship grow back stronger than ever?

Firstly thank you for my copy to review and having Me on the blog tour.

This is a heartwarming and uplifting story of grief, family secrets and new beginnings. But what runs through the pages is a mother and daughter bond that’s been tested and it looks like they are faced with a big challengeWill it make or break them??

As a single mum and mum of a daughter I could relate to some parts. Even when they are older they still need you and vice versa…

Packed with wit and warmth this is a great summer read. Escapism but also realistic dealing with things not uncommon to lots of families.

Published 4th August and do check out the other blogs taking part in the tour.


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