‘Thank goodness for Katie Fforde, the perfect author to bring comfort in difficult times. She really is the queen of uplifting, feel good romance.’ AJ PEARCE
A wonderfully romantic novel from the Sunday Times bestselling author of A Rose Petal Summer and A Country Escape.
Jo Edwards never planned to live on a barge. She's not even sure she likes boats. But when her husband trades her in for a younger model, she finds her options alarmingly limited.
Dora Hamilton never planned to run out on her own wedding. But as The Big Day approaches, her cold feet show no signs of warming up - and accepting Jo's offer of refuge aboard The Three Sisters seems the only alternative.
As Jo and Dora embark on reorganising their muddled lives, they realise they both need a practical way to keep themselves afloat. But, despite their certainty that they've sworn off men for good, they haven't bargained for the persistent intervention of attractive but enigmatic Marcus, and laid-back, charming Tom, who both seem determined to help them whether they like it or not...
The whole world loves Katie Fforde's work:
"Modern-day Austen. Great fun" Red
"Top-drawer romantic escapism" Daily Mail
"Warm, brilliant and full of love" Heat
"Delicious - gorgeous humour and the lightest of touches" Sunday Times
"Effortlessly lovable, warm and fun" Closer
"Curl up on the sofa with this book and dream... delightful" The Lady
"Deliciously enjoyable" Woman and Home
"Uplifting and delightful" Hot Brands Cool Places
The mother-daughter bond the women develop is endearing and the heartache caused by a failed long marriage is touchingly conveyed
Sometimes you can't beat a good old fashioned dose of romance and this tale has that in abundance
A fairytale-like, gently witty read ... Heart-warming - made for sunny days in the park
Delicious ... gorgeous humour and the lightest of touches
A sweet a breezy read - the ideal accompaniment to a long summer's evening
Novels to swoon, cry and sigh wistfully over this Valentine's Day.
Katie Fforde shares how she finds ideas for her books, and some of her more obscure inspirations - including snow holes!