New Beginnings at Wildflower Lock by Hannah Lynn
Series: The Wildflower Lock #1
Genres: Womens Fiction
New starts and hopeful hearts...
At 25, Daisy May’s life is not living up to expectations. Her childhood dreams of being an artist feel as unachievable as a committed relationship or managing to save enough money for a deposit on a house. But a surprise inheritance could change all that.
After Daisy learns she’s now the new owner of a forty-foot narrow boat, she sets out for Wildflower Lock, where the fresh country breeze and the calm water is enough to assure her everything will be okay.
With the help of the ruggedly attractive, yet grumpy riverman, Theo, she begins to work on her new home, the September Rose. Can she breathe new life into the old boat and learn to navigate not only the canals themselves, but also the people who live there? Or will the whole venture pull her under?
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This author is new to me and the book was good. However, there was nothing to indicate that this was going to end in a cliffhanger. Cliffhangers drive me up the wall, which is why I took off a star. I’m fine with having to read multiple books if I know in advance. I like to be prepared for them.
The book itself is well written and I enjoyed both Daisy and Theo. Daisy inherits a boat from her father’s side of the family and while her dreams of being an artist just isn’t happening she decides that maybe she will do up her new houseboat. As she works on the boat she begins to understand her family more as well as herself.
It is honestly a good read, I just wish I had the rest of it right away. Although I will say that the cliffhanger was spectacularly written.
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