Those who don’t jump will never fly…
Hurtling through the sky was supposed to be Edie Browne’s flight of independence. But when she falls head over champagne bucket while celebrating her successful landing, her life is changed in an instant.
But starting over has its benefits, and as Edie relearns the basics under the watchful eye of her Aunty Josie and an entire Cornish village of new friends and neighbours, she finds love and joy she never could have imagined in the unlikeliest of places…
When you look at this cover you have the feeling that you are in for a light hearted, funny and romantic story. But it’s not the first time I have to use the phrase : Never judge a book by its cover!
Do not get me wrong. The story is filled with love and caring and friendship and there a lot of things that have put a smile on my face, but it was shocking as well. It’s a real eye opener. It makes you realize that one silly thing can turn your life upside down.
The big question is : Will you be able to turn it around again and become once again who you were? Yes, slowy but surely you are getting there. Woohooo! 🙂
Then you have to say goodbye and you start mulling everything over. Is returning really want you want …
There is one thing that I will always remember : try every day to get the most out of life because you never know what the future has in store for you.
An emotional story with a happy ending. 4 stars.
Thank you, Jane Linfoot and Rachel’s Random Resources.
About the author
Jane Linfoot is a best selling author, who lives in a muddy cottage, up a steep hill in Derbyshire, with her family, their pets, and an astonishing number of spiders. Although she loves seeing cow noses over the garden wall, she’s happy she can walk to a supermarket.
Jane grew up in North Yorkshire where she spent a lot of her childhood avoiding horizontal gales blowing off the sea, and wrote her first book by accident, while working as an architect, and renovating country houses. While she loves to write feelgood books that let readers escape, she’s always surprised to hear her stories make people laugh, admits to (occasionally) crying as she writes, and credits her characters for creating their own story lines.
Jane’s garden would be less brambly if she wasn’t on Facebook and Twitter so often. On days when she wants to be really scared, she rides a tandem.
Her latest books include a series of stand alone novels, based around a seaside wedding shop in Cornwall. Cupcakes and Confetti – The Little Wedding Shop by the Sea, Sequins and Snowflakes – Christmas at the Little Wedding Shop, and Bunting and Bouquets – Summer at the Little Wedding Shop, and most recently, The Little Cornish Kitchen. These are all published by Harper Impulse, an imprint of Harper Collins.