- Published: 20 March 2020 20 March 2020
I have been a huge fan of Katie Fforde’s books ever since my mother-in-law gave me a copy of Living Dangerously in 1995.
Over the years I have liked some better than others, but a lot of that’s down to personal taste; there are some that I have reread many times over.
I really enjoyed A Rose Petal Summer, especially that it was mainly set in Scotland. There are a lot of familiar themes here, a lot of echoes from her other novels, and the various seemingly unconnected plot strands are woven seamlessly into a believable story. It kept me reading far into the night.