When Jamie Wilding returns home to find her father about to sell their family home to Rod Deacon, she is horrified. For Rod is Jamie's childhood sweetheart, who stole her heart 12 years ago and forgot to give it back. It's only a matter of time before she has to confront the fact that she and Rod have unfinished business.
Life in the bosom of the Wilding family has its ups and downs From the moment she arrives back to find a half-naked man in the kitchen, nothing about returning to the Shropshire village of Upper Faviell is quite what Jamie Wilding expected. For much has changed at Bucklebury Farm in the months she's been travelling the world since the death of her mother...Her best friend's wife has gone completely off the rails, her father is behaving like a love-sick teenager - and he's about to sell off the farm. What's worse, the shark threatening to take away Jamie's family home is the man who made off with her heart twelve years ago. To defend her legacy and have a chance to discover the true love she craves, Jamie will have to confront a long-running family feud, her father, and her own past. And she'll have to answer the question: is home always where the heart is?
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Veronica Henry's first two novels Honeycote and Making Hay are both published by Penguin. She lives in Worcestershire with her husband and two sons.
Wild Oats by Veronica Henry
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