My Review:

I loved this east to follow return to Primrose. Jill has done a great job keeping the vibe alive and interesting. I am totally in love with Bertie the Dalmatian. The story follows Pia Temple who has sold her home and in need of a new job and home, She answers an ad in the window of Treetops Cafe and applies for a potential girl/man Friday job. 
She takes care of her neighbour Wendy's dog Bertie and loves animals. 
As Fate would have it she stumbles back into her boyfriend Jackson Moody from 10 years ago, when she was a fresh 18 year old. Little Star and Twinkie are two cute four legged residents of the Primrose Hall animal residents. 
We meet a number of other interesting characters, including Daniel, Ronnie, Pia's brother and bride to be. 
It's feel good and inspiring and totally recommended as a standalone as well as part of a series.

Dreams Come True at Primrose Hall

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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