The Vets at Hope Green by Sheila Norton
Sam has always dreamed of working with animals...
But her receptionist job in a London vets is not hitting the spot. Unsure whether a busy city life is for her, she flees to her Nana Peggy’s idyllic country village.
But despite the rolling hills and its charming feel, life in Hope Green is far from peaceful. On first meeting Joe, the abrupt and bad-tempered local vet, Sam knows she must get him on side, but that is easier said than done...
With her dream close enough to touch, will she get there, or will events conspire against her...?
Why should this book wriggle its way into your TBR?
The Vets at Hope Green ticked all my boxes of a heart-melting and charming story.
Sheila Norton's engaging and fast-paced writing style had me pulled into the story, and I was delighted in my Hope Green reading bubble.
I so much enjoyed meeting Sam and her grandmother (those two had a very close and loving relationship) and no wonder Sam felt truly happy in the little village after quitting her job in London and settling down in Hope Green.
Sam quickly became a part of the community, helping to promote the small village school and making life long friends with a few residents. Sam was not afraid to make the best go of her new life in the idyllic Hope Green.
Although Sam managed to score a job in the village vet surgery, she had a cope with the grumpy vet Joe. I love reading Sam and Joe hilarious and witty scenes and was congratulating Sam on her patience with the vet's outburst of rudeness.
There was a definite spark between Sam and Joe, but there were also some serious issues on Joe side that Sam found very heartbreaking.
The Vet at Hope Green is a fantastic book that is oozing with charm, lovable characters ( pets included), romantic confusions and plenty of humorous moments. The perfect book pick for long summer's night.
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