The Vets at Hope Green: Part Four by Sheila Norton book review


the vets at hope green part four

The Vets at Hope Green: Part Four A New Start written by Sheila Norton, publisher Ebury Digital is available in ebook format from Thursday 13th April 2017.

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PART FOUR of a serialised novel – a heartwarming and inspiring story about living the simple life and the joy of animals.

The last few months have been hard for Sam. Her dream to work as a vet is slowly becoming reality, and she is beginning to encounter the struggles and heartbreaks that someone in a job like this must face.

But what’s more heartwarming and inspiring than a litter of new piglets? On a call to a farm with Joe, Sam can’t help but feel a sense of renewal in her own life as she witnesses one of the most glorious and natural processes of all.

Sam’s thoughts inevitably turn to her own child – will she be able to cope when the baby is born? And with her love life so shaky, will a fatherless child turn out all right?


This is the fourth and final part in The Vets at Hope Green series of ebooks and it has been such a delightful book series, I have thoroughly enjoyed being charmed by this wonderful, warm, cosy romance.  You can find my reviews for all parts here Part One, Part Two and Part Three

We continue with Sam’s journey settling into life in the idyllic coastal village of Hope Green in Dorset.  Sam’s life since moving to the village has been quite an emotional one and with her pregnancy progressing her life is soon going to be turned upside.  Emotions are running high at the vets both personally and professionally.  Joe the vet and Sam’s boss, has been called to an emergency at a local pig farm, one of the pregnant sow’s is struggling with her birth.  The only assistant available to help is Sam so they both rush to the farm to help.  However, whilst at the farm another emotive event is unfolding.  Can Joe save the day again?

This was such a wonderful finale to a gorgeous book series that has totally wrapped itself around my heart.  Perfect reads for lazy days and with the sun now making its appearance this story would be ideal to read whilst enjoying the countryside on a picnic.  Delightful and charming 5/5*

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