Thursday 2 July 2015

Review of Pippa's Cornish Dream by Debbie Johnson - Five *

Review of Pippa's Cornish Dream by Debbie Johnson - Five *


Since Pippa Harte was forced to take over her parent’s farm, she’s barely had time to shave her legs let alone make time for love. Now she’s more likely to be getting down and dirty mucking out the pigs – and avoiding those of the human male variety.

When Ben Retallick walks out of her childhood and back into her present it seems that perhaps Pippa has more time than she thought. All Poldark smoulders and easy-going charm, Ben’s definitely worth whipping her wellies off for!

But Ben is a man with his own past and his own issues – and as much as she’s enjoying having him around, she’s got to get a grip. After all life isn’t always a beach … even if you are in Cornwall.

Set on the gorgeous Cornish coast at the height of summer, this is the perfect romance to take on your hols!


What a fantastic book! I read it in one sitting and loved everything about it. Pippa was a lovely person, so young, yet so capable. Her brothers and sisters were really well crafted and incredibly funny and loveable. - especially Patrick. He was like every mother's teenage nightmare but so very funny with it! Ben was a fantastic hero as well - good looking but very human. The tentative friendship was beautifully written and his relationship with the whole family was just brilliant.

I'm sorry if I sound over-effusive but I think you've got the message now. The book was amazing and I want to read much much more by Debbie Johnson!

I received an ARC from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

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