Heidi knows how to tell a good story!
I read this over the Easter Bank Holiday Weekend when the sun was shining and it really helped transport me to Nightingale Square.
As this is book 4 (but could easily be read as a standalone), it was so nice to be reunited with some of the previous characters. I'm sure I have said it before but the Square and the Grow Well garden really does sound idyllic with all the wonderful residents and a proper sense of community. Lisa M
Another lovely book
Another beautiful book by Heidi set in Nightingale Square.
Beth is a lovely young woman who lost her mum and her future ambitions at the age of 19. It was lovely to meet Harold again and for him to introduce Beth to the Nightingale Square posse.
Loved meeting the old characters and lots of new ones too. The residents of the old people’s home were great fun and I loved the mix of music, plants and pizza in this book.
Another lovely uplifting book by Heidi, and I’m so pleased I got a sneak preview during my half term holiday. Loved the community feel of this book and a reminder of the importance of doing things we enjoy to make us happy.. Karenk is reading
A joy to read
Heidi Swain has become a treasured favourite author.
This was such an enjoyable and relaxing read. I loved returning to Nightingale Square, and seeing some of my favourite characters again, as well as getting to know some new ones.
I really liked the music theme that ran all through this book, and the way that Eli and Beth both worked out ways to let it back into their lives how they wanted. I really liked Beth she’s been through a lot, but although she’s obviously still grieving, she’s still a kind and compassionate person, and hasn’t become bitter.
Overall, this book was a joy to read, a lovely combination of romance and character development. I highly recommend it.
TW: grief is a part of this story, but it’s in no way an unhappy story. Roberta Reads