Three isn’t always a magic number …
There are three reasons Tess Fenton should be happy. One, her job at the Blue Olive deli is dull, but at least she gets to work with her best friend. Two, she lives in a cosy cottage in the pretty village of Halston. Three, she’s in love with her boyfriend, Blake.
Because, despite their history, Blake continues to be the puzzle piece in Tess’s life that doesn’t quite fit. And when she meets intriguing local artist Daniel Cavanagh, it soon becomes apparent that, for Tess, love isn’t as easy as one, two, three …
You have a good life when you have a job you enjoy, a lovely little house you can call your own and a great boyfriend. Tess can tick al of those boxes, but suddenly she realises that maybe she should untick box number three.
Once she has thought it through and came to a decision, nothing can go wrong, right? Well, wrong …
People should know by now that lies don’t get them the happy ending they had in mind, because the truth will always come out. By doing this you not only put your own life on hold, but someone else’s too. Shame on you!
I am always happy to see that this author has published a new book and I am very happy that I could immerse myself again in another one of her great stories.
I love the way she can always add some little jokes to put a smile on my face.
A wonderful story that I enjoyed a lot. 5 stars.
Thank you, Angela Barton, Choc Lit and Rachel’s Random Resources.
About the author
Angela Barton lives in Nottingham and is a member of Nottingham Writers’ Studio and the Romantic Novelists’ Association. She has written three novels, all of which have passed through the RNA’s New Writers’ Scheme and are now published.
Her first novel was published in 2018. Its genre is historical fiction set in France, telling the story of how a farming family survive through WW2. Angela’s second and third books are contemporary women’s fiction.
Now busy writing her fourth book, also set in France during wartime, Angela’s new passion is to research real life happenings and create fictional characters that live through these extraordinary events.
Along with other authors, Angela has helped to create two Facebook groups for book lovers. Apricot Plots and Love Forties Fiction.
Facebook author page: https://www.facebook.com/authorangela.barton.3