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Veronica Henry

Making Hay

Honeycote: Book 2

Making Hay

Ginny Tait needs a fresh start. Fed up with the ghosts of her failed marriage, and desperate to rein in her rambunctious twin daughters, she seeks solace in a quiet village life.

But in Honeycote, things are never as calm as they appear . . .

From the dashing businessman fallen from grace, to the couple struggling through a personal tragedy, the town is a hotbed of tension. Secrets, scandal, gossip, affairs: before long, Ginny and her daughters are caught up in the mayhem.

In a place like Honeycote, it's all too easy to be tempted. As the twins spiral further out of control, Ginny herself is barely keeping a grip. Will she wind up falling for the wrong guy all over again?

Making Hay will be re-published in March 2017.

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Reviews for Making Hay

'Veronica Henry writes like a dream and I enjoyed every minute of this brilliant novel. A glorious Cotswold setting, lots of naughty goings-on and pacy storytelling par excellence - who could ask for more? I thought Honeycote was perfect, but Making Hay is even better'

Jill Mansell


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