As the sun sits high in the sky over Cornwall, and the sea breeze brings a welcome relief to the residents of the seaside village of Trevay, a stranger arrives in need of a safe haven. The fact that the stranger is a Hollywood heartthrob makes villagers Penny and Dorrie even more keen to help. They both know what it's like to feel that you need a break from life, and they bring the village together to keep their stranger's secret. It's not long before he's helping some of the villagers find the answers to their own problems. In return, they find a place for him in their hearts.
`Warm and intriguing and thoroughly enjoyable' Sunday Times bestseller, Katie Fforde
`Another ripping good read'Good Housekeeping
`Charming and fun read'OK
`A light-hearted, fun read...' Daily Mail
`Complicated friendships and tales of a chaotic love life make this a must-read' Woman
`A light-hearted, fun read that perfectly captures the sights and smells of village life' Heat
`Fern Britton has transferred her fun and friendly charm to the page'Good Housekeeping
About Fern Britton
Fern Britton began her career as a television presenter in 1980 after completing a stage management course at the Central School of Drama. In 1985 Fern became the presenter of the popular Coast to Coast, which lead to presenting roles on prime time television shows, the most iconic of which was on ITV's flagship show This Morning. Fern's warmth, humour, empathy and compassion have made her incredibly popular and she has become a much sought after presenter. In 2008 Fern released her autobiography Fern: My Story, which was a huge bestseller. Fern is deeply committed to a number of charities, in particular those working with and for women, children and childbirth. She lives with her husband Phil Vickery, the well respected chef, and her four children in Buckinghamshire.