Fliss Brown has grown up living with her mother on the Rossi family’s Italian fruit farm. But when her mother dies, Fliss finds out she has a family of her own, and heads back to England with Nonna Rossi’s recipe for cherry and almond tart and a piece of advice: connect with your family before it is too late…
Fliss discovers that her estranged grandfather owns a fruit farm himself, on the outskirts of Wynbridge, and she arrives to find a farm that has fallen into disrepair. Using her knowledge gleaned from working on the Rossi farm and her desire to find out more about her past, Fliss rolls her sleeves up and gets stuck in. But what will she discover, and can she resurrect the farm’s glory days and find a taste of home…?
Review: I read this book thanks to Netgalley, the synopsis really drew me in and I had high hopes!
And I was right… this is a delightful warm book. I was immediately and deeply taken in by all the characters. I loved watching all their relationships grow.
There were a few twists and turns along the way, to keep you on your toes. I truly loved the way everything turned out and I’d love to see what happens to the Farm in the future!