Romance ripens at Ivy Lane . . .
Tilly Parker is feeling happier than she has done since her life completely changed nearly two years ago. As she flourishes under the summer sun, she throws herself into life at Ivy Lane, complete with strawberry planting, chinwags with Gemma and cups of tea with Alf.
And excitement reaches fever pitch when a TV crew descends to capture life inside a modern-day allotment, bringing out the best (new wellies and lipstick) and the worst (parsnip rivalry) in them all.
As Tilly’s broken heart slowly mends, she attracts the attention of not one but two suitors – but is Tilly ready for romance and what secrets is she still keeping from her friends at Ivy Lane?
Ivy Lane is a serialized novel told in four parts – taking you through a year in the life of Tilly Parker – with Summer the second part.
Each part of Ivy Lane is approx. 10 chapters.
Praise for Cathy Bramley:
'A witty, laugh-out-loud romantic comedy with a protagonist you'll love and I highly recommend it!' Miranda Dickinson
'The Ivy Lane series is such a clever little idea... It took me an hour or so to read and it was delightful! I very much look forward to the three other Ivy Lane novellas. I loved Tilly and I can’t wait to read more from her!' Chick Lit Reviews & News
'Full of LOL moments with tenderness that can leave your eyes filled with tears' Room for Reading
'Cute, charming and very, very funny... similar in feel to the books by Lindsey Kelk and Abby Clements' Page to Stage Reviews
Beautifully drawn characters, with love and humour across four seasons. I fell in love with this book
A perfect cup of sunshine on a cold and dreary day . . . a beautiful way to escape from the world
A fantastic read filled with laugh-out-loud funny moments. A lovely, heart-warming story – highly recommended
Like a warm rug to wrap around yourself in winter and picnic on in the summer. It has a delicious warmth, optimism and sheer lust for life
Filled with friendship, humour and genuinely loveable characters of all ages, shapes and sizes
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