About the Book:
With Mulberry Lane’s favourite pub, The Pig & Whistle undergoing renovation, proprietors Peggy and Able Ronoscki leave the chaos behind and head off on a trip of a lifetime to America. But disaster hits and Peggy finds herself in a critical condition in hospital.Meanwhile, business is booming for young entrepreneurs Fay Ronoscki and Maggie Rowan with their new restaurant and catering empire. It seems neither has time for love.But when fate throws a famous global singing sensation and glamourous racing car driver into the girls paths, falling in love with Jace and Greg seems beyond their control. Cupid has struck.Life is made up of laughter, love and tears.What is next for the folk of Mulberry Lane – can they find the happiness they all so crave?Another passionate tearjerker from Rosie Clarke in the Mulberry Lane series.
About the Author:
Rosie Clarke is a #1 bestselling saga writer whose most recent books include The Shop Girls of Harpers and 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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Rosie Clarke is a favorite historical fiction author of mine. I have now reviewed seven books from the Mulberry Lane series.
Life and Love at Mulberry Lane is the ninth novel in the series. Having not reviewed historical fiction for awhile, I jumped at the chance to review Rose Clarke’s latest.
Life and Love at Mulberry Lane is the ninth book in the series, and there’s a useful character list at the beginning.
People are starting to travel more, both within England and the UK and abroad. I have always really liked Peggy and how she cares so much for people and how the pub is such a symbol in the area of East London Mulberry Lane is in.
I especially liked Freddie’s story, and how he helped children with disabilities and wanted to more in the future. He and the other lifeguards in Hastings in Sussex were great people.
I liked the setting of Hastings and Sussex since I lived near Eastbourne in East Sussex for some years when I was little,
Peggy and her husband are in need of a much-needed break in the USA.
Themes are love, personal challenges and how the residents of Mulberry Lane always pull together to help each other out.
The Mulberry Lane series is a real stand out series from Rosie Clarke, and I definitely want to review more books.
Rosie Clarke is incredibly talented in character description, atmosphere and making her books homely and heartwarming, but capturing the personal struggles and dramatic moments of the time period, too and showing how that plays out in the lives of the characters.
Thanks to Rosie Clarke, Boldwood Books and Rachel’s Random Resources for my eARC in exchange for an honest and voluntary review.
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