The Telephone Box Library is an uplifting story about fresh starts and new beginnings, set in a picturesque Cotswold village, by bestselling author Rachael Lucas.
'A delightful slice of escapism tied up with a gorgeous, romantic ribbon.' - Cathy Bramley, author of A Vintage Summer.
The Cotswolds: the perfect retreat for a stressed-out teacher. And Lucy has found just the right cottage for a bargain rent. All she has to do is keep an eye on Bunty, her extremely feisty ninety-something neighbour . . .
With her West Highland terrier Hamish at her side, Lucy plans to relax and read up on the women of nearby Bletchley Park. But the villagers of Little Maudley have other ideas, and she finds herself caught up in the campaign to turn a dilapidated telephone box into a volunteer-run library.
Along the way, she makes friends with treehouse designer Sam, and finds herself falling for the charms of village life. And it seems Bunty has a special connection to Bletchley and the telephone box, one that she's kept secret for decades . . .
'I loved it! Intrigue, romance, and utterly compelling.' - Alex Brown, author of A Postcard from Italy.
Heartwarming -- <i>Woman's Weekly</i> on <i>Finding Hope at Hillside Farm</i> A gorgeous grown-up romance where loss collides with love . . . Full of warmth, heart and humanity -- Laura Kemp on <i>Finding Hope at Hillside Farm</i> Wonderfully warm, brave and wise, it's a gentle story that steals your heart and reaffirms your hope in life -- Miranda Dickinson on <i>Finding Hope at Hillside Farm</i> A heart-warming and enchanting read that reminds us of the value of patience, kindness and above all love -- Cathy Bramley on <i>Finding Hope at Hillside Farm</i> I loved it! Intrigue, romance, and utterly compelling -- Alex Brown, author of <i>A Postcard from Italy</i> This is such a tender and warm-hearted story. A delightful slice of escapism tied up with a gorgeous romantic ribbon. -- Cathy Bramley