My Review: This was an enjoyable and easy to follow story. Sarah’s books are always engaging and warm. We follow Hope Travers journey as she builds a house on her families vast land. We meet her family Aunt Ro, her mother Stevie, Rhys her cousin, her uncle Ziggy and a pilates instructor. There’s a find when breaking into the plot chosen for her house, which leads to Archeaology, Intrigue, and interesting turns. The black labs Sooty and Sweep which you can admire on the beautiful cover. I almost forgot to mention love, as well as Barnie and Cam.
Where We Belong
On paper, Hope Travers has an idyllic life.
Living in a bustling farmhouse with her mum, aunt and uncles, cousin and too many dogs to count, surrounded by the breath-taking Cotswolds countryside, she knows she is privileged and protected.
But all families have secrets, and the Travers family are no exception. Their farmhouse sits in the grounds of the Juniper Meadows estate, passed down through the generations and now being made to pay its own way with a myriad of businesses and projects. When a construction crew uncover what appear to be historical ruins, the history of the Travers family is put under ever closer scrutiny as a dig gets underway.
Hope may have found a blossoming romance with local archaeologist Cameron Ferguson who is running the dig, but when things start to go wrong around the estate and family secrets begin to be revealed, Hope wonders if she’s made a big mistake in digging up the past.
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Sarah Bennett is the bestselling author of several romantic fiction trilogies including those set in Butterfly Cove and Lavender Bay. Born and raised in a military family she is happily married to her own Officer and when not reading or writing enjoys sailing the high seas.
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