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The Winter That Made Us by Kate Field
Genre: Contemporary women’s fiction
Blog Tour Dates: 20th - 27th September 2018
Publication Date: 27th September 2018
Publisher: Accent Press
Estimated Page Count - 300
Formats Available - Mobi, Epub or PDF
Potential Trigger Warnings - reference to loss of a baby, One character has PTSD (slightly more info on both available on request)
Type of Post Available - Reviews or basic spotlight/promo posts
When Tess finds herself unexpectedly alone and back in Ribblemill, the childhood village she thought she’d escaped, she’s sure she can survive a temporary stay. She’s spent a lifetime making the best of things, hasn’t she?
Determined to throw herself into village life, Tess starts a choir and gathers a team of volunteers to restore the walled garden at Ramblings, the local stately home. Everything could be perfect, if she weren’t sharing a cottage and a cat with a man whose manner is more prickly than the nettles she’s removing…
As winter approaches, Tess finds herself putting down her own roots as fast as she’s pulling them up in the garden. But the ghosts of the past hover close by, and Tess must face them if she’s to discover whether home is where her heart has been all along.
About Kate Field
Kate writes contemporary women’s fiction, mainly set in her favourite county of Lancashire,
where she lives with her husband, daughter and hyperactive cat.
She is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association.
Kate’s debut novel, The Magic of Ramblings, won the RNA’s Joan Hessayon Award for new writers in 2017.
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