Primrose Farm is Rachel’s very own slice of heaven. Come rain or shine there’s always a pot of tea brewing by the Aga, the delicious aroma of freshly baked puddings, and a chorus of happy memories drifting through the kitchen.
But the farm is in a spot of trouble. As the daffodils spring, Rachel must plant the seeds of change if she wants to keep the farm afloat, and it’s all resting on a crazy plan. She’ll need one family cook book, her Mum Jill’s baking magic – and a reason to avoid her distractingly gorgeous neighbour, Tom . . .
Swapping their wellies for aprons, can Rachel and Jill bake their way into a brighter future? The proof will be in the pudding!
I received this ARC from Netgalley in return for a honest review, all thoughts are my own.
First of all my lovely readers, I must give a warning whatever you do, don't read this book on an empty stomach, because I will guarantee you will be raiding the fridge later. Dear readers I made this mistake, so while reading this fabulous book have some snacks or better still have pudding.
This is one of those books, that from the first page you get totally immersed in, and this is one book that I can highly recommend.
I do have some favourite scenes, the first is the Poldark moment, where Rachel finds Tom chopping logs, without a shirt, I had a very clear picture of what that scene looked like in my head. The other favourite scene is at the end, I won't spoil it, I just thought that is so romantic.
I will give 5/5 stars, you can buy the book from Amazon UK and all other retailers.