An utterly charming novel with a sprinkle of magic When Maisie Meadows finds herself single and jobless on New Year's Day, she resolves that this will be the year she focuses on bringing her scattered family back together.
Romance is all very well, but it's the people you grew up with that matter the most. But a new job working at an auction house puts her in the path of Theo, a gorgeous but unattainable man who she can't help but be distracted by.
As their bond begins to grow, Maisie finds herself struggling to fulfil the promise she made to herself - but the universe has other ideas, and it's not long before the Meadows family are thrown back together in the most unlikely of circumstances... Can dealing with other people's treasures help Maisie to let go of the past, and teach her who she ought to treasure the most? Praise for Jenni Keer: 'A charming read!' Heidi Swain, bestselling author of Poppy's Recipe for Life 'A wonderful antidote to a harsh world' Bella Osborne, bestselling author of A Walk in Wildflower Park 'A magical story about love and friendship, full of fun and sparkle.
You won't be able to resist the cast of quirky characters!' Fiona Harper, author of The Memory Collector 'A compelling, enchanting and beautifully written story with a sparkle of magic, romance, emotion and humour.' Dash Fan Book Reviews 'Enjoyable, entertaining, and wholly unexpected in the best way possible.' RoloPolo Book Blog 'Absolutely engaging and often hilarious, I didn't want to put it down, and was sad when it ended.
I highly recommend this utterly fabulous, charming and heartwarming novel.' Shelley's Book Nook 'Many many laugh-out-loud moments.
Many many heart-moving sentiments (What? Who said I cried? My eyes merely misted....Okay, I'm lying. I totally cried)' Reader review 'Jennnnnni!
I'm in love with your lovely writing. Please never stop.' Reader review
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 400 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date: 19/09/2019
- Category: Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)
- ISBN: 9780008309718