Length: 432 Pages
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The Chamberlain family - Charlie and Daphne, and their children Laura, Scott and Nick - had fantastic summer holidays when they were young. But then, inevitably, the children grew up, and their own messy lives got in the way.
Since their mum died, it feels to them all as if their family just isn't that close any more. And Charlie fears his kids have all lost their direction.
For his eightieth birthday, all Charlie wants is to bring his family together again - and by some miracle, they've all said yes.
It's only ten days . . . how hard can it be?
'Perfect to cuddle up with In these trying times and escape from reality for a while' 5***** Netgalley Reader Review
'With a charming storyline, a fantastic mix of characters and beautifully written prose, this book is perfect' 5***** Netgalley Reader Review
'A fantastic feel good read about family, love, trust, letting go and moving on' 5***** Netgalley Reader Review
Praise for Elizabeth Noble:
'Nobody weaves a complex web of stories with quite the same skill as Elizabeth Noble' Sunday Express
'Witty, pacy and immediately engaging' Glamour
'Noble is a mistress of the tearjerking message of love' Express
'Honest and beautifully written' Woman & Home
Length: 432 Pages
Praise for Elizabeth Noble
Noble specialises in warm-hearted tearjerkers with strong connections between women
A moving and warm-hearted novel about love in all its forms . . . Nobody weaves a complex web of stories with quite the same skill as Elizabeth Noble
Witty, affectionate and unashamedly tear-jerking
Honest and beautifully written
Witty, pacy and immediately engaging
Tissues are essential. You'll ricochet between delicately watering eyes at the romance of it all and howling sobs at the unbearable tenderness
It would be a hard heart indeed that remained unmoved . . . the tender feelings that Noble engenders in her readers are to be cherished
So fluid, the pages turn themselves
Irresistible comfort read