Book Review – Coming Home To Puddleduck Farm By Della Galton

When your heart’s broken, all roads lead home…
London City Vet, Phoebe Dashwood, finds her partner Hugh and their boss in a passionate clinch beneath the mistletoe at their works Christmas party.

Heartbroken, she bolts to the New Forest, her childhood home to regroup and soul search.

Being home gives Phoebe the chance to reconnect with friends and family and especially with her fiercely independent gran, widower Maggie Crowther, owner of Puddleduck Farm, and makeshift animal shelter New Forest Neddies. 
Deciding not to return to London, Phoebe hunts for work locally, hoping she can also help Maggie, who’s clearly swamped and not coping. But will Maggie accept Phoebe’s help? 

Her quest is hampered by stubborn grandmothers, meddling mums, an attractive childhood friend, a real-life Lord, a remorseful ex, and a best friend who’s determined to play matchmaker. 

Can Phoebe find happiness professionally and personally in the place she calls home, surrounded by those she loves or does fate have other plans for Phoebe?

Published Date: 29 August 2022

My Review

Phoebe move back home in the New Forest after she breakup with her boyfriend leaving behind her job as a vet. Maggie is Phoebe’a grandmother, is a feisty and tough lady who loves her animal . With Phoebe back home, she trying to find ways to help her grandmother but Maggie is just too stubborn she need help to run her farm. Phoebe also reconnect with Sam, her childhood friend and who always been around, caring and supportive.

It is a sweet story with fierce and independent female character. As the story develops, the author dabble some potential love interest along the way. The story have a wonderful setting with a smooth and engaging storyline.

My Rating

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