When is it time to stop running?
Coralie Casey is haunted by her past. Deciding it’s time for a fresh start, she sets up ‘Sweet Cleans’, a range of natural beauty and cleaning products, and escapes to Penmorfa, a quiet coastal village in west Wales.
Gethin Lewis thinks he’s about to put his home village Penmorfa behind him for good. Now an internationally-acclaimed artist living in New York, he just has to return one last time to wind up his father’s estate.
But the village soon disrupts their carefully laid plans. As truths are uncovered which threaten to split the community apart, Gethin is forced to question his real reasons for abandoning Penmorfa, and Coralie is made to face the fact that some stains just won’t go away.
Romance in a quaint Welsh village, filled with gossiping ladies.
Coralie is running from her past, what past we do not know, but we learn. Sure it was…something, but I did feel she made too much of a big deal of it. But she is sweet, loves her new place and is just nice you know.
Gehtin hates the same village, he wanted out and out he went. Famous painter and disliked by certain people in Penmorfa. But he also is a nice guy. He had reasons to get out. These two together works, they are both not looking, so we know something will happen. The road there takes awhile. A bit of talking, which leads to flirting, which leads to talking. Yes no rush here. You can’t rush love, not even lust at times.
Even with the gossiping old ladies this was a nice village. People felt close, even if they talked dirt behind each other’s backs. There is a family that gets a backstory too as they know Coralie, and Gehtin. The parents have marital issues and their daughter is back and preggers. A sidestory that gives warmth and drama to this story.
Romance that takes time, a village that I want to visit. That is this story.
Genre: Women’s fiction
To Be published: October 7th 2012 by Choc Lit
Source: For review