The Forgotten Garden : Warm, romantic, enchanting - the new novel from the author of The Lighthouse Bookshop

The Forgotten Garden : Warm, romantic, enchanting

the new novel from the author of The Lighthouse Bookshop

Regular price $12.00

Sharon Gosling

Category: Fiction Romantic

Format: Paperback / softback

Publication date: 4/27/23

Publisher: Simon & Schuster Ltd

ISBN 13: 9780198810506

Total Pages: 432 pages

Weight: 304

Dimensions: 129 x 198 x 33

Pre-order the brand new Sharon Gosling novel, The Lost Orchard, coming Autumn 2024. A novel of second chances and blossoming communities from the author of The Lighthouse Bookshop. Budding landscape architect Luisa MacGregor is stuck in a rut - she hates her boss, she lives with her sister, and she is still mourning the loss of her husband many years ago. So when she is given the opportunity to take on a parcel of land in a deprived area, she sees the chance to build a garden that can make the area bloom. Arriving in the rundown seaside town of Collaton on the north-west coast of Cumbria, she realises that her work is going to be cut out for her. But, along with Cas, a local PE teacher, and Harper, a teen whose life has taken a wrong turn, she is determined to get the garden up and running. So when the community comes together and the garden starts to grow, she feels her luck might have changed. Can she grow good things on this rocky ground? And might love blossom along the way...?Praise for The Forgotten Garden: 'A heartwarming novel proving that teamwork really does make the dream work.' Woman's Weekly 'A positive, heartwarming story . . . Warmly told, romantic, and packed with suspense and surprises . . . This is a colourful page turner with a satisfying conclusion. A great Summer read. I look forward to reading the next book by this talented writer.' SixtyPlusSurfersPraise for Sharon Gosling's first novel, The House Beneath the Cliffs: 'A wonderfully wise and beautifully written story about finding the courage to start over ... I loved it!' Isabelle Broom 'A compelling read with a dramatic sense of place and a caring community at its heart' Heidi Swain, author of A Taste of Home