A Cornish Summer at Pear Tree Farm
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A Cornish Summer At Pear Tree Farm

I seem to be reading a lot of books based in Cornwall and I was happy to read A Cornish Summer At Pear Tree Farm, another book based in this lovely locale.

Cornish charm and a Tennessee twist – the perfect pair?
Nessa Vivian is determined to keep her parents’ business afloat, but Pear Tree Farm near the backwater Cornish village of Polgarth didn’t do well as farm, and it’s not faring much better as a camp site. Maybe it’s due to Nessa’s habit of taking in troubled runaways, like ex-soldier Crispin, for next to nothing. Or perhaps her highly-strung sister Lowena is right – caravans named after Beatles’ songs and homegrown pears are not enough to turn the farm into a tourist haven.
Then another troubled runaway turns up, posing the greatest threat yet. Ex-musician Ward Spencer from Tennessee is certainly intriguing, but could his plans to put nearby Tregereth House on the map mean Pear Tree Farm is finished – or does his arrival signal a second lease of life, and not just for Nessa’s business?

a cornish summer at pear tree farm

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My Review of A Cornish Summer At Pear Tree Farm


Struggling to keep the farm and campsite business that she inherited from her parents, Nessa is happy to welcome new camper, Ward Spencer. What she doesn’t realize is that Ward is no ordinary camper. He’s a successful musician who has walked away from his life and now wants to settle into the large house he’s bought next to Nessa’s farm. What’s more he’s going to start a B&B. How Ward manages to convince her that he’s not really the competition and how they both work to build their respective businesses makes for a lovely read.

Nessa is a big hearted girl who has long time campers who don’t pay her but she’s happy to have them, much to her more practical sister’s irritation. Ward too is soft-hearted and very protective of his family and the people he loves.

I love how the story evolved and how a community of sorts is formed and how supportive every one is of each other. Also how most of the characters in the story gets a second chance at life. I read this sweet story straight through. 

Meet The Author

a cornish summer at pear tree farm

Angela grew up in Cornwall, England and returns frequently from her new home in Nashville, Tennessee to visit family and friends, drink tea and eat far too many Cornish pasties!

A lifelong love of reading turned into a passion for writing contemporary romance and her novels are usually set in the many places she’s visited or lived on her extensive travels. Thanks to over three decades of marriage to her wonderful American husband she’s a huge fan of transatlantic romance and always makes sure her characters get their own happy-ever-after.

She is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association. Her first novel ‘Truth and Consequence’ was published in 2006 and she’s now had over 30 novels published internationally and several short stories in women’s magazines.

If you’d like to find out more of what Angela gets up to (Advance warning: this may include references to wine, dark chocolate, Poldark and the hunky Aidan Turner)!

Check out her website or follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

A lover of words. A self-acceptance blogger. A creativity coach. A book reviewer. A woman happily journeying through midlife, moving from self-improvement to self-acceptance and enjoying being herself. I write about life, wellness, relationships at Everyday Gyaan. An avid reader, I review books at CorinneRodrigues.com and offer coaching to writers and bloggers and anyone looking to explore their creativity at The Frangipani Creative, located in Secunderabad, India.

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