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Review – The Chic Boutique on Baker Street by Rachel Dove

  
Well hello there, it’s me again, with another fantastic book for you all to rush out and buy! 

About the Book

  
The perfect escape to the country…Recently single and tired of the London rat race Amanda is determined to make her dreams of setting up an idyllic countryside boutique come true, and the picturesque village of Westfield is the perfect place to make a fresh start.

Local vet Ben is the golden boy of Westfield, especially to resident gossip Agatha Mayweather, who is determined to help Ben get his life back together after his wife left.

When a chance encounter outside the ‘chic boutique’ sets sparks flying between Amanda and Ben, Agatha is itching to set them up. But are Amanda and Ben really ready for romance?

The Chic Boutique on Baker Street is the debut novel from Rachel Dove, winner of The Prima Flirty Fiction Competition. You won’t be able to resist this heart-warming romantic story set in an idyllic Yorkshire village, full of lovable characters and laugh-out-loud moments…as Amanda finds her way to a second chance at life and love. This is the reading escape you’ve been looking for!

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AMAZON UK

WH SMITH

WATERSTONES
About the Author

Rachel Louise Dove is a mum of two from Yorkshire. She has always loved writing and has a had previous success as a self-published author. Rachel is the winner of the Mills & Boon Flirty Fiction competition.

Her first novel, Crossing Life Lines is out now in Kindle and paperback format.

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My Review

Amanda is making a new life for herself in a quaint Yorkshire village, her shop A New Lease of Life is named very aptly, is her new focus in life. Shes content and excited about the future until grumpy Ben makes an appearance. What with his staunch views of newcomers to the village! As a Yorkshire lass myself (transplanted to a small Yorkshire village from Dublin), I know only too well how hard it can be to fit into the ‘everyone knows everyone’ when nobody knows you! Rachel’s perfectly depicted the usual suspects of village life, from the busy bodies with hearts of gold to the strapping vet (we didn’t have one of those, mores the pity) and given Westfield and Amanda a very warm welcome! I think this book has a little something for us all, and I especially enjoyed Westfield and its residents! 

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