Finding Family at Seabreeze Farm
Freya Halliwell is looking forward to marrying the man of her dreams and starting their new life together. After the death of both of her parents, Ollie, along with Freya’s aunt, are the only family she has, but all the family she needs.
Until Freya discovers a shocking secret that makes her question everything she thought she knew about her once happy family and especially the man she used to call dad. Devastated and feeling more alone than ever before, Freya needs time and space to come to terms with the news. But until then the wedding is off!
Seabreeze Farm is the perfect place for Freya to recover. But could this beautiful farm perched high on the cliffs, also hold the answer to Freya’s past and reunite her with the family she never even knew she’d been wishing for?
This book was previously published as Finding Dad.
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Author Bio –
Jo Bartlett is the bestselling author of over nineteen women’s fiction titles. She fits her writing in between her two day jobs as an educational consultant and university lecturer and lives with her family and three dogs on the Kent coast. Her first title for Boldwood is The Cornish Midwife – part of a twelve-book deal.
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Today, I’m bringing you a review for ‘Finding Family at Seabreeze farm’ by Jo Bartlett. This is a second book in the Seabreeze farm but can also be read as a standalone. Have yet to read the first book myself.
In the book, we follow Freya Halliwell who can’t wait to marry the love of her life on a Seabreeze farm. When her life falls in shambles, she is left to collect pieces and she decides to do it at a Seabreeze farm. To spend some time there all alone but she won’t be as alone as she thought she would be. With the support of lovely people living there and the community, it is clear that Freya is at an amazing place for healing. Everyone welcomes her with open arms and helps her on her healing journey. It is really nice to see how everyone was willing to help her in their way. That’s what one gets in a small and close community like the farm. Not only a community but a family.
This aspect of a family is crystal clear very quickly with the way they are treating Freya. Even if not related by blood, she soon becomes part of their family. Which is clear from how they treat her. They also help her with her search for the real father who ends up being closer to her than she first thought.
Jo didn’t disappoint with her writing and showed us that love can truly win. If you need a story to read during the Christmas holidays, you should pick this book up. It is cozy, it is about finding your real and new found family, it is celebrating love. While at it, make sure to also pick up the first book in the series and let yourself be swept away by Jo’s writing.
Thanks to Rachel from Rachel’s Random Resources for organizing and inviting me to this blog tour.