#BookReview + #Giveaway ~ The Faerie Tree by @JaneCable ~ Contemporary #RomanticFiction #MiniBlogBlitz @rararesources

Welcome to the first day of the mini blog blitz for The Faerie Tree by Jane Cable, courtesy of Rachel’s Random Resources. Many thanks to Jane for my copy of the book.

My Thoughts

It will be Izzie and her daughter Claire’s first Christmas without husband and father, Connor. They’ve just left the probate office and the town is busy with Christmas shoppers. With her sights set on the coffee shop Claire accidentally bumps into a homeless man on the street. She is confused. Does she know this man? Somehow she thinks she does recognise him.

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The Cheese Maker’s House by Jane Cable ~ Contemporary Fiction with #Romance & #Supernatural @JaneCable #FridayReads

Author: Jane Cable

Published: August 2013 by Matador

Category: Contemporary Fiction, Romance, Supernatural, Book Review 

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When Alice Hart’s husband runs off with his secretary, she runs off with his dog to lick her wounds in a North Yorkshire village. Battling with loneliness but trying to make the best of her new start, she soon meets her neighbours, including the drop-dead gorgeous builder Richard Wainwright and the kindly yet reticent café owner, Owen Maltby. 

When her husband left her for his secretary, Alice Hart packed up and moved to Yorkshire with William, the spaniel. Her mother and step-father have emigrated to Spain and Alice is more than ready for a fresh start and to move on with her life.

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Another You by @JaneCable ~ Sometimes the hardest person to save is yourself… #Romance #TuesdayBookBlog #NetGalley

Author: Jane Cable

Published: June 2019 by Sapere Books

Category: Contemporary Fiction, Suspense, Paranormal, Romance, Book Review

Marie Johnson is trapped by her job as a chef in a Dorset pub and by her increasingly poisonous marriage to its landlord. 

Worn down by his string of affairs she has no self-confidence, no self-respect and the only thing that keeps her going is watching her son, Jude, turn into a talented artist. 

But the 60th anniversary of a D-Day exercise triggers chance meetings which prove unlikely catalysts for change. 

After a short but haunting prologue we meet Marie Johnson, chef at the The Smugglers in Studland Bay, Dorset. She and Stephen, her estranged husband, own the pub, which is run with the help of Baz in the kitchen and their son, Jude.

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