Pia Temple has always had a soft spot for Jackson Moody following a passionate teenage love affair that burnt out over one long summer, more than ten years ago. First loves can be hard to forget, and the devastatingly gorgeous Jackson, is harder to forget than most.
After putting aside her ambitions while she cared for her parents, it is finally time for Pia to think about herself. So, when she’s offered the perfect job running the social calendar at Primrose Hall, with a dreamy flat included, how can she refuse? There’s only one problem… The new owner of the refurbished seventeenth-century manor house set in the idyllic Primrose Woods, is none other than Jackson, the man she’s thought about every day for years.
In a whirl of weddings and craft fairs, literary festivals and tea parties, Pia blossoms in her new role. But with the delectable Jackson a daily distraction, maybe this isn’t the dream job after all – especially when Jackson’s unfeasibly beautiful ex-girlfriend Tara, comes back to visit the hall…
Dreams Come True at Primrose Hall is the perfect feel-good love story to brighten even the darkest day. Just right for fans of Cathy Bramley, Heidi Swain and Julie Houston.
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Jill Steeples is the author of many successful women’s fiction titles – most recently the Dog and Duck series – all set in the close communities of picturesque English villages. She lives in Bedfordshire.
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Today, I’m bringing you a review for ‘Dreams Come True at Primrose Hall’ by Julie Steeples. This is a part of the Primrose Hall series but you can also read it on your own. I didn’t read previous books in the series and was able to easily catch up. That doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t read other books because Julie’s writing is great.
In the book, we follow Pia on her adventure of new work and meeting her old, and possibly only, love Jackson. While she might look sweet and silent, she is more than that. She is willing to learn and stand up for herself, confident and passionate. In more than one way, she reminded me of me.
What I loved the most was probably how this whole community was more like a family, than friends and coworkers. Everyone was there for each other. No matter what it was, you can be sure that one will find help. From bringing back animals to helping with a heartache. Add to that this gorgeous house, Primrose Hall, and you can sweep me off of my feet (in a bookish sense, for sure).
If you want an uplifting and happily-ever-after story, pick this book up, it won’t disappoint. It also deals with heavy topics but that is exactly the beauty of it. Not everything in life is sunshines and rainbows, but this book will show you that there is always light. And as we are slowly transitioning to spring, this book is a perfect fit for that.
Thanks to Rachel for the invite to join the tour.
Don’t let anyone dull your sparkle.