- Title: Stormy Days on Mulberry Lane
- Author: Rosie Clarke
- Publisher: Boldwood Books on February 2, 2021
- Genre: Historical Fiction
- Pages: 332
- Formats Available: Paperback, Audiobook, & Digital
- Rating: 4/5
Trigger Warnings: Violence, Mention of Rape, Domestic Abuse
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Stormy Days on Mulberry Lane Blurb
Peggy Ronoscki is happily settling back into life running her guesthouse on Mulberry Lane, surrounded by close friends and family.
Life just seems too good…but then disaster strikes.
Pip, her beloved son is left in a coma following a devastating car crash and a young girl collapses in the market leaving Peggy no option but to nurse her back to health.
As things begin to go awry, Peggy worries she has brought trouble to her own doorstep?
Can her life ever return to normal? Or has Peggy’s good nature led her astray?Provided by Rachel’s Random Resources for tour purposes
Stormy Days on Mulberry Lane is a delightful book of a bygone era. The story is heartwarming yet tragic at times. I enjoyed getting to know Peggy and her family. The love and respect that this novel showcase is refreshing.
I wasn’t aware that this book is part of a series. I learned that Stormy Days on Mulberry Lane is the seventh novel in the Mulberry Lane series as I wrote this post. I would never have guessed it from reading it, either. It works well as a standalone book. But, I will likely go back and read other books in the series. I want to learn more about the other ladies of the lane.
I will also say that this book made me incredibly hungry. It is a good thing I only read for two days because I have been so hungry, and nothing sounded as good as Peggy’s food. I was ready to go to the grocery store to pick up an apple pie so I could kick that craving.
One thing that bothered me a little bit about the novel is that everyone seemed too perfect. Apart from Gillian, not one person had a flaw. It was unnerving to read about people so perfect. It was unbelievable and took away from the story.
Regardless, I loved the book, and I recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good saga. I am happy to award Stormy Days on Mulberry Lane 4 out of 5 stars. If you need a cozy, feel-good read, this one is perfect for you.
About the Author – Rosie Clarke
Rosie Clarke is a #1 bestselling saga writer whose most recent books include The Mulberry Lane series. She has written over 100 novels under different pseudonyms and is a RNA Award winner. She lives in Cambridgeshire.
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