A beautiful Cornish village, a shocking turn of events...

Tremarnock is a classic Cornish seaside village. Houses painted in yellow, pink and white, cluster around the harbour, where fishermen still unload their daily catch. It has a pub and a sought-after little restaurant, whitewashed, with bright blue shutters.

Here, Liz has found sanctuary for herself and young daughter, Rosie – far away from Rosie's cheating father. From early in the morning with her job as a cleaner, till late at night waitressing in the restaurant, Liz works hard to provide for them both.

But trouble is waiting just around the corner. As with all villages, there are tensions, secrets – and ambitions.

Really enjoyed this book. Set in beautiful Cornwall it followed Liz and her daughter Rosie who have relocated to the village of Tremarnock after her relationship broke down. Liz is struggling to make ends meet and at first you think her lot is about to change. Sadly this isn’t the case as things go from bad to worse. I was shocked and a little upset bu the turn of events and spent to the rest of the book rooting for good things to happen to Liz and Rosie. A lovely read. Can’t wait to read the next installment of village life.
— Jo B.