Tuesday, 29 May 2018
Summer at The Little Duck Pond Café- Rosie Green
Jaz Winters stuck a pin in a map and fled to the village of Sunnybrook, looking for a
brand new life – and after a rocky start, it’s beginning to look as if she made the right
decision. Her blossoming friendship with Ellie and Fen has seen her through some
dark times, and she’s managed to land two jobs – waitress at The Little Duck Pond
Café and working as a weekend tour guide at Brambleberry Manor, the country
house that’s been in Fen’s family for generations.
Sure, life isn’t totally perfect. There’s the irritating know-it-all guy who keeps
popping up on her manor tours, for a start. He seems determined to get under Jaz’s
skin whether she likes it or not. But she supposes it’s a small price to pay for the
relative peace she’s found, living in Sunnybrook.
But just as Jaz is beginning to think rosier times are on the horizon, a shock
encounter looks set to shatter her fragile happiness.
Will she be forced to flee from Sunnybrook and everyone she’s grown so
fond of? Or will she find the strength to stand her ground and finally face up
to the nightmares of the past?
This novella is part of a trilogy:
Spring at The Little Duck Pond Café
Summer at The Little Duck Pond Café
Winter at The Little Duck Pond Café
Pre-order on Amazon UK - https://www.amazon.co.uk/Summer-Little-Duck-Pond-Cafe-ebook/dp/B07C5CL9XF/
Rosie Green has been scribbling stories ever since she was little. Back then they were rip
-roaring adventure tales with a young heroine in perilous danger of falling off a cliff or
being tied up by ‘the baddies’. Thankfully, Rosie has moved on somewhat, and now
much prefers to write romantic comedies that melt your heart and make you smile,
with really not much perilous danger involved at all, unless you count the heroine
losing her heart in love.
Rosie’s brand new series of novellas is centred on life in a village café.
Summer at The Little Duck Pond Café, published on 18th June 2018, follows
the first in the series, Spring at The Little Duck Pond Café.
Twitter - https://twitter.com/Rosie_Green1988
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