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Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Green Beans and Summer Dreams by Catherine Ferguson

Green Beans and Summer DreamsGreen Beans and Summer Dreams by Catherine Ferguson
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Sometimes you just want to find a fun light read. And this one was one of them. I broke away from my usual reads and just wanted to read a nice summery type book and one where you don't really have to think, just enjoy the ride.

Izzy thought she had a partner for life, but that didn't turn out to be the case, he left.
He decided he had enough and off he went ........> that way...

Now what is she going to do? She has a mortgage that needs paying, bills that are piling up.

She's always been excellent at gardening, she has the unique proverbial "green fingers" so she decides to put her 'talent' to some use and start growing some fruit and veg, organic fruit and veg, the very best! She could crate them up and sale them. Yes, that's what she is going to do.

Hence begins our journey with Izzy, we meet her different purchasers, from the dizzy to the extremely grumpy.

It was lovely to meet them all.

There are other delights along the way.

So get out in the sunshine, pours yourself a nice cold iced glass of lemonade and begin this journey.

My thanks go to HarperCollins UK, Maze for the chance to read and review this lovely book and of course the author

The new novel from ebook bestseller, Catherine Ferguson. As fresh and bubbly as a pint of homemade lemonade on a hot day, this is the only book you need this summer.
You can bury a lot of troubles by digging in a garden…
When Izzy Fraser’s long-term boyfriend walks out on her, she finds herself in a bit of a pickle. Whilst she may have the house of her dreams, she’s now left with a crippling mortgage that she has to pay on her own.
It’s time for her to take matters into her own hands and, having always been a keen gardener, she realises she can put her skills to use. She decides to set up Izzy’s Organics, delivering crates of fresh fruit and vegetables to the local villagers.
Along the way she meets all sorts of characters, including the very handsome Erik and the very Grumpy Dan. But can Izzy sort the wheat from the chaff? And will her new business be the change to her life that she needs?
A heartwarming tale, full of the joys of summer. Perfect for fans of Jenny Colgan and Lucy Diamond.

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