A Summer Romance (The Little Perran Romances book 3) written by Lynda Renham, publisher Raucous Publishing is available NOW in ebook format.
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Milly settles into her new job but does her boss, Ashley Wilmot-Fox, have secrets that he is hiding in Briar Lodge? Will he be able to help Milly fight the ghosts from her past? Will Billy’s blundering romance last, and will Rafe’s secret affair be exposed? As the villagers prepare for their summer fete they have no idea what will be revealed on that day.
I’d like to thank the author, Lynda Renham, for an arc in return for an honest review.
This is the third book in The Little Perran Romances and I would advise you to read book 2 as this story continues from then. However, to appreciate all the characters and the setting I would encourage you to read the whole series, which in order is:
- A Christmas Romance (The Little Perran Romances book 1)
- A Village Romance (The Little Perran Romances book 2)
- A Summer Romance (The Little Perran Romances book 3)
Total price to purchase all 3 ebooks at time of print (2/7/16) is £3.98 … great price for a wonderful, fun, flirty series of stories set in an idyllic village in the Cotswolds.
We left the villagers in book 2 getting use to the two new inhabitants of Little Perran. Billy Baxter, aged rocker, was just getting to grips with country life with the much needed help of Cynthia. His celebrity status brought the press and media to the village and chaos erupted with hilarious consequences. However, behind this frivolity danger was lurking concealed to one of our much loved villagers.
Milly was now working for the author Ashley Wilmot-Fox and she makes a startling discovery and immediately confronts Ash about it. She is shocked and angry with this new found information but surprisingly Ash feels quite enlightened that Milly has been frank with her words. Romances starts slowly blossoming for Milly and Ash but can they stop the horrors from her past spoiling their future?
Birdie also has to quarrel with her heart and she struggles with her conscious for the right direction.
This was another book full of humour and warmth from Lynda Renham. I was so pleased to rejoin the characters I had grown to love in Little Perran. I love Lynda’s frankness with her writing it makes the characters so much more real and easily imaginable in your head. This story also had a little darkness and drama it also had episodes of lust but the changes in direction fitted in well with the storyline. I hope this isn’t the last we’ll hear of our friends in Little Perran. 5/5*
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