The Vets at Hope Green: Part Three written by Sheila Norton, publisher Ebury Digital is available NOW in ebook format.
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PART THREE of a serialised novel – a heartwarming and inspiring story about living the simple life and the joy of animals.
Things are finally starting to look up for Sam – a chance at her dream job as a vet, and a new friend (who is a huge animal lover himself – a very important detail!) What more could she ask for?
But something is eating away at her: her boss Joe is acting strangely around her – he’s definitely hiding something. And having dreamed of being a vet for so long, she cannot afford to put a foot wrong.
When a call to tend to a sick pony comes into the practice, it all strikes too close to home for Sam and Joe. The odds are stacked against her, and she risks losing everything…
Once again I loved returning to Hope Green and continuing with Sam’s story. We start with the cliffhanger from Part 2 which leaves Sam emotionally exhausted. However, her life doesn’t quite return to some semblance of normality as a visit from her best friend back in London leaves her with an unpleasant feeling.
Sam’s split personality boss, Joe, starts to slowly open up with her about his home life after Sam inadvertently upsets his daughter, Ruby. Ruby loves horses and she has a little pony whom she’s keen to show Sam all about inviting Sam to the stables. Visiting the stables brings up visions of a traumatic event in Sam’s past and we are left wondering what truly happened.
With friendships blossoming and others strained life in the idyllic village is a welcome distraction for Sam. However, Sam’s life is thrown off balance again with a new worry close to home.
This story by Sheila Norton has lovingly wrapped itself around my heart. It’s a wonderfully warm cosy read about real life with it’s high and low points. The glorious picturesque setting of Hope Green sounds like the perfect tonic for any of life’s bumps in the road. I’m looking forward to the fourth and final part in this lovely series.
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