Kate ends up ‘between homes’, staying at her Brother’s place and decorating it; she was thinking of setting her own business as a decorator. Life seems pretty grim for her. She needs to find a house to live in, and everyone else seems to be away on holiday.
The arrival of Harry the bookseller seemed like manna from heaven – although Kate’s first interaction with him doesn’t go that well! Indeed Willowbury doesn’t seem short of eligible men, with coffee shop Jack available too!
The inter-sibling teasing was portrayed very realistically Corey also came across very well, as did Kate’s in laws. The night the baby was born was terrible and seemed all too real; fantastic writing.
When we discovered that the third house in the terrace alongside the Brothers was empty, I was desperate for Kate to move in and stay in the same town as her Brothers, and to keep on seeing Henry. That would make the perfect outcome for me.
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