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Head of Zeus are delighted to be offering 10 paperbacks of Summer at the Cornish Farmhouse by Linn B Halton to 2 reading groups.

From the bestselling author Lucy Coleman comes a brand new series set in a Cornish Farmhouse, written under the author’s real name Linn B Halton.

When Jess Newman married the love of her life Ben she was sure they had what it took to stay together forever. So when Ben falls out of love with her only to promptly fall in the arms of new girlfriend, Naomi, she really doesn’t know how to come to terms with their divorce.

Thankfully Jess’s granddad, Gabe, has the perfect place for Jess and her eight-year-old daughter Lola to start afresh when he hands them the keys to his holiday home in Cornwall, a beautiful albeit rundown farmhouse – the fresh countryside air, the saffron buns and the seaside breeze might just be what the doctor ordered but soon it’s clear this fresh start includes a whole new set of complications…

If you would like a chance to read Linn B Halton’s Summer at the Cornish Farmhouse for your reading group, in exchange for providing a review on retailer sites such as Amazon UK and Waterstones, please email using the contact details below.


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