Poppy’s Recipe for Life: Treat yourself to the gloriously uplifting new book from the Sunday Times bestselling author!

September 17, 2019 - Comment

Things haven’t always been straightforward in Poppy’s life but her dreams are finally within her reach. She’s moving into a cottage in beautiful Nightingale Square, close to the local community garden, where she can indulge her passion for making preserves and pickles. She may not have the best relationship with her family but she is

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Things haven’t always been straightforward in Poppy’s life but her dreams are finally within her reach. She’s moving into a cottage in beautiful Nightingale Square, close to the local community garden, where she can indulge her passion for making preserves and pickles. She may not have the best relationship with her family but she is surrounded by loving friends, and feels sure that even her grumpy new neighbour, Jacob, has more to him than his steely exterior belies. But the unexpected arrival of Poppy’s troubled younger brother soon threatens her new-found happiness and as the garden team works together to win community space of the year, Poppy must decide where her priorities lie and what she is prepared to fight for… Product Information: ISBN: 9781471174384 Author: Heidi Swain Publisher: Simon & Schuster Format: Paperback Pages: 412 Dimensions: 10 x 13 x 2.5cm

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Anonymous says:

Poppy’s Recipe for Life This book was so heart warming and I feel a bit at a loss now that I’ve left Nightingale Square and its wonderful residents behind. I have enjoyed all of Heidi’s books but I think that this one has to be my favourite. Although Sunshine and Sweet Peas in Nightingale Square (published last year) is set in Nightingale Square and features Kate and Luke in both books, this latest offering can be read as a standalone. I loved the atmosphere amongst the residents, the way they come together and look…

Anonymous says:

The Power Of Community I really enjoyed this second visit to Nightingale Square, which was somewhat of a relief after having been very disappointed with my last couple of Heidi Swain books. Fortunately the author seems to have got her mojo back and this has resulted in a warm book that constantly begs you to just read one more chapter.Poppy was all set to move in to Kate’s little house on Nightingale Square when her car crash of a mother scuppered her plans so she is still stuck in her tiny flat above…

Anonymous says:

ok I didn’t like it as much as the author’s other books, for two main reasons – I couldn’t really warm to the central character (nosy and pushy), and I had to suspend belief far too often.How many greengrocers can afford to employ a full time assistant? How much is he paying her if she can afford to rent a house with a garden and a drive in a desirable location and fund a teenager’s appetite? No decline of the High Street in Norwich, then. How many people in their twenties are named Colin…

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