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The pets at Primrose Cottage / Sheila Norton.

By: Norton, Sheila [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Norton, Sheila, Pets at Primrose Cottage: Description: 375 pages ; 20 cm.ISBN: 1785034219; 9781785034213.Subject(s): Cottages -- Fiction | Pets -- Fiction | Single women -- FictionSummary: Fresh from the heartbreak of a failed relationship, she takes refuge In quiet Crickleford. And not before long - and quite accidentally too - Emma finds herself the town's favourite pet-sitter, a role she isn't certain of at first, but soon her heart is warmed by the animals; they expect nothing more of her than she is able to give.
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A charming and romantic story about living the simple life and the joy of animals, from the author of THE VETS AT HOPE GREEN. <br> <br> Emma Nightingale needs a place to hide away. <br> <br> Fresh from the heartbreak of a failed relationship, she takes refuge in quiet Crickleford. And not before long - and quite accidentally too - Emma finds herself the town's favourite pet-sitter, a role she isn't certain of at first, but soon her heart is warmed by the animals; they expect nothing more of her than she is able to give.<br> <br> The last thing Emma wants is for people to discover the real reason she is lying low, but then the handsome reporter from the local paper takes an interest in her story. Can Emma keep her secret and follow her heart's desire...?

Fresh from the heartbreak of a failed relationship, she takes refuge In quiet Crickleford. And not before long - and quite accidentally too - Emma finds herself the town's favourite pet-sitter, a role she isn't certain of at first, but soon her heart is warmed by the animals; they expect nothing more of her than she is able to give.

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