August Anderson needs somewhere to live. Dumped by her boyfriend who would rather be alone than move in with her, she has almost given up on happiness. Until she notices that the beautiful Georgian townhouse she’s long admired (ahem, *obsessed over*) is looking for a new tenant, and suddenly it seems like things might be looking up . . .
There’s just one catch – the traditional, buttoned-up landlord is only willing to rent to a stable, married couple and August, quite frankly, is neither. Competition for the house is fierce and August knows she’ll have to come up with a plan or risk losing her last shot at her happy ending.
Enter Flynn, the handsome, charming and somewhat unsuspecting gentleman who August accidentally spills her coffee over. Flynn is new to the area and is looking for somewhere to live, and August thinks she knows just the place, but only if he’s willing to tell a little white lie . .
Why We Liked It
Deeply satisfying, this is a book to totally absorb you whatever the weather! Heart-warming and original this is such an enjoyable book, Isla’s descriptions of Bath are particularly delightful.
The Epilogue is a nice touch, taking the book and the characters into the next stage.
This is an utterly delightful feel-good summer read! Highly Recommended!