Out of the Blue by Nettie Anderson

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16 March 2022
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They say change is as good as a rest, but Daisy is hoping for both when she escapes to Barley Ford. Is it possible that someone in this tiny remote hamlet can help her get her life back on track?

They say change is as good as a rest, but Daisy is hoping for both when she escapes to Barley Ford. Is it possible that someone in this tiny remote hamlet can help her get her life back on track?

A writer of fantasy fiction she is struggling to complete the final book of her Rose Water Chronicles trilogy.

No amount of pressure from her agent can take her mind off the resurfacing memories of her childhood, when her mother left her and her dad with no apology and no explanation.

 

Agreeing to a break deep in the countryside she hopes the solitude and beautiful surroundings will bring her peace and enable her to finish her story.

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So much for solitude. Progress is slow as the truth about her mother begins to unravel.

At the same time, Daisy is drawn into the Barley Ford community which happens to include a handsome farmer by the name of Tom Weaver.

Daisy slowly learns the truth about her past and realises she needs to learn how to trust people, too. Is it possible that opening her heart to love will set her free?

 

This is available as a paperback from Heddon publishing and on Amazon Kindle.