Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Review of Lisa Hill's debut novel Meet Me at Number Five - Four **


What if finding happiness was a race against time?
Grace Cavendish knows a thing or two about horses – but what she doesn’t know is that her husband, top horse racing trainer Charlie Carrisbrook, is having a literal ‘roll in the hay’ right under her nose. 

When the painful truth is revealed Grace has no choice but to move in with her highly-strung grandmother Clara and cousin Hennie; a single mum who has renounced men (at least that’s what she says!)

Determined to start again, Grace takes a job at the local cafe, Number Five. And whilst serving up coffee and cake is a far cry from the stables, she enjoys it – especially as she gets to work alongside the rather scrumptious Sam Whittaker.

But the past is racing to catch up with Grace. Can her life still be a romp to victory or will a devastating secret stop her dead in her tracks? 


Fantastic debut novel - and some wonderful characters. I don't know much about horses but learned a lot reading this!

And oh how I cried.....and cried.....and cried! But I laughed too - frequently. It's a warm story about families, love and deceit - and revenge in all sorts of shapes and sizes.

Already looking forward to Lisa's next book - thanks to Choc Lit for finding this new star!

I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review.

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