Finding Love at Hedgehog Hollow
Can love really be found when you stop looking for it…?
As Samantha Wishaw watches the love of her life marry another woman, she’s ready to give up hope of finding her happy ever after.
But when a chance encounter leads Sam to find friendship in Thomas – a lonely, grumpy elderly widower living at derelict Hedgehog Hollow – her life is about to change forever.
Glad to have a distraction from family feuds and match-making, Sam vows to fulfill Thomas and his wife, Gwendoline’s, dreams of restoring Hedgehog Hollow to its former glory, and to open a hedgehog rescue centre.
Throwing herself into the task at hand, little does Sam realise that the keys to love and happiness may also be found at Hedgehog Hollow, when she least expects it…
Escape to Hedgehog Hollow this summer with top 10 bestseller Jessica Redland for the perfect uplifting, feel-good read.
Author Bio –
Jessica Redland is the author of nine novels, including The Secret to Happiness, which are all set around the fictional location of Whitsborough Bay. Inspired by her hometown of Scarborough she writes uplifting women’s fiction which has garnered many devoted fans.
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Own website – https://www.jessicaredland.com/
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I’m back with another review and blog tour. This time I’m reviewing “Finding Love at the Hedgehog Hollow” by Jessica Redland. I would like to thank to Rachel from Rachel’s Random Resources and Jessica for giving me an opportunity to review this book.
I will start this review off by saying that this book is very emotional but so captivating at the same time. I’ve read it in one afternoon because I simply couldn’t put it down even though, I was crying ever since I hit 30% in the book. That didn’t stop me from reading it. I have to say and put a trigger warning for a mentions of death and death scene so if you know that it could affect you a lot, keep this in mind.
Even if this book made me cry, I enjoyed it very much. Especially Samantha as a main character. Her energy and her charisma even after she went through everything are contagious. She can really inspire you to just keep on going and not stop after you’ve faced an obstacle or two.
There was one quote that caught my attention because that’s exactly what I’m doing myself.
“I’ve noticed how you talk down your accomplishments and make a fuss of everyone else’s, as though nothing you do is important.”
This right here is the story of my life, seriously. I’m like this myself and it hit home when I’ve read it that I’ve had to bookmark it. I think that a lot of us are like this, especially women, and we should stop just waving our hand when someone praises us for our accomplishments. We should, instead, make sure to accept the praise and acknowledge it even in our life.
I would reccomend you this book if you want to be inspired and to realize that you can get up even after the life hits you multiple times. But just keep in mind the trigger warning.
Love and light,
Rating: 5* out of 5