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Sunshine and Sweet Peas in Nightingale Square by Heidi Swain - Book Review

Heidi Swain has done it again, 

Welcome to Nightingale Square, a welcoming community who want to improve their local area by creating a community garden, not only to improve their health but to grow produce for everyone living around the Victorian Mansion at the heart of their little square.

Meet Kate, on the run from a failed marriage she wants to hide away in her newly purchased home on the square and adjust to life without the fairytale she thought her marriage would be.  Life has a habit of poking it's nose in to your business and giving you opportunities you didn't know you wanted or needed.  Moving in to her new home Kate is confronted by new neighbour Lisa who quickly recruits her in to the community's crusade to build their communal garden.  But with the mansion up for sale and prospective developers eyeing up the site could her ideal little world be wiped out before it gets started.

Heidi weaves a wonderful tale of finding out the fairy tale may not always be t…

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