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Coming Home to Cuckoo Cottage by Heidi Swain

A Warm Welcome Awaits

Coming Home To Cuckoo Cottage by Heidi Swain is the most charming contemporary novel about overcoming loss, second chances and learning to live again.

Grief can threaten to sink us. We need to find a way through it. The novel shows a great love that reaches beyond the confines of the grave. It is a love that knows just what is needed for a character to come to life and begin to live properly for the first time. I loved the inclusion of a small dog. Dogs can turn a house into a home.

The novel is set in Wynbridge. It is a small town with a big personality. Your business is never your own for long. “Nothing, absolutely nothing, stays private around here.” The reader sees the importance of seeking the truth for themselves as others with agendas may spread rumours that are not true. The upside to living in a small town is that a warm welcome awaits. “It felt like I was going home.” The reader ‘feels’ welcomed as the arms of the community reach beyond the novel.

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Sunshine And Sweet Peas In Nightingale Square by Heidi Swain


Sunshine And Sweet Peas In Nightingale Square by Heidi Swain is a delightful contemporary feel-good novel that celebrates community and friendship.

The reader is in for a real treat as we ‘feel’ included in the welcome in Nightingale Square. There is an eclectic mix of characters with huge hearts and a sense of community. The characters work together to meet needs.

Nightingale Square is a place where wounds are healed as hearts begin to bloom again. From babies to octogenarians, Nightingale Square is multi-generational. It is a place where people discover what is really important – and that is people.

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