WWW Wednesday 21st September 2022 | #WWWWednesday #amreading #booktwitter

CherryMaggie and Rose are mother, daughter and granddaughter, each with their own hopes, dreams and even sorrows. They have always been close, so when, in a moment of impulse, Cherry buys a gorgeous but rundown pub in the village she grew up in, it soon becomes a family affair.
Under the golden Cornish sun, buried treasure and family secrets will change Emma’s life forever…
September has been a lovely warm month so far. There’s definitely a feel of Autumn in the air but I’m hanging onto summer with one final summer read – A Golden Cornish Summer by Phillipa Ashley.

But, can you have a year of firsts when you’re seventy-two? And is Dolly ready to discover the notebook’s secrets, or are some secrets better left lost at the airport?
For almost fifty years, sisters Dolly and Greta have lived together – getting each other through the good times and the bad.

Sometimes you have to let your heart rule your head . . .What are you currently reading?
Or could the real treasure have been waiting here for her all along?
All three women uproot themselves and move to Rushbrook, deep in the heart of Somerset, to take over The Swan and restore it to its former glory. Cherry is at the helm, Maggie is in charge of the kitchen, and Rose tends the picturesque garden that leads down to the river.
As their paths continue to cross, and Emma is reminded of everything she ran away from, she starts to wonder if returning home was a huge mistake.

Now, as she wades into the sparkling surf for the first time in fifteen years, she remembers everything she loved about this beautiful place. Then a huge wave knocks her off her feet. Dripping wet, Emma is rescued by none other than Luke – who is, to her dismay, even more handsome than ever.
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Emma loved her life in the seaside village of Silver Cove. But when the discovery of sunken treasure ignited a feud between her family and that of Luke, her first love, everything fell apart. Heartbroken and betrayed, she fled.
Except this year, Greta isn’t there and Dolly is feeling lost and alone. In memory of her sister, Dolly heads to the lost luggage auction where she and Greta go each Christmas. But her bid reveals a gift she never imagined.
I’ve just finished The Impulse Purchase by Veronica Henry which I thought was brilliant. I loved idea of the three generations of women bringing a local pub back to life, all using their own different skills. Highly recommended.
It’s time for this week’s WWW Wednesday. This is a weekly feature
hosted by Sam @ Taking on a World of Words.
What have you finished reading?

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What will you read next?

Amongst the clothes is the notebook of a reclusive woman who has hardly been outside for an entire year, but who isn’t ready to give up on life. The notebook’s contents resonate with Dolly. With the support of her neighbours, retired Leroy and eleven year old Flo, Dolly decides to take on the year of firsts Phoebe had planned.
The three Ws are:
What are you currently reading?
What have you finished reading?
What will you read next?
I’m reading Lost Luggage by Samantha Tonge which is for a blogtour tomorrow. Yes I do often leave it to the last minute! I hadn’t read anything by Samantha Tonge before but know that she’s a big favourite with many readers. I can now see why!
Could Cherry’s impulse purchase change all their lives – and bring everyone the happiness they’re searching for?
One lost suitcase. Two strangers. And a notebook that will change lives.

Before long, the locals are delighted to find the beating heart of the village is back, bringing all kinds of surprises through the door.

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