The Village Shop for Lonely Hearts by Alison Sherlock
After losing her job in New York, Amber Green isn’t looking forward to visiting her godmother in the sleepy village of Cranbridge. With its empty lanes and rundown shops, it’s hardly a place to mend her lonely heart.
But when Amber discovers that Cranbridge Stores, owned by her godmother Cathy and son Josh, is under threat of financial ruin, she realises that her skills as a window dresser might just be able to help save the struggling shop.
When disaster strikes, Amber and Josh must unite to save both the shop and the village from flooding.
Can Cranbridge Stores become the heart of the village once more?
And as the village begins to come back to life, perhaps Amber will discover a reason to stay…
I wish I could go into detail about why this story is such an uplifting read, but I can't because it would mean too many spoilers.
Suffice it to say, that the romance is as lovely as you's expect, the characters are engaging, and the village will steal your heart.
About the Author
Alison Sherlock loves to write stories full of warmth, laughter, love and friendships including her debut novel The Desperate Bride's Diet Club which reached No 1 in the Italian book charts.
Her latest series of books focuses on all those who live and work on Riverside Lane in Cranbridge, a rundown village in the English countryside.
Alison lives in Surrey with her husband.
She loves to hear from her readers. You can get in touch on Facebook/Alison Sherlock and on Twitter @alisonsherlock