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My only negative is that it ended and left me thinking “WTH just happened”. Please hurry with the next story, Totts.
In the other enjoyable books in the series, we hear about Tottie’s later years, after she made the life-changing and brave decision to take her elderly, dementia suffering, nearly 90yr old mother out of failing NHS care and move to France with her.
Her mother had a few good years and better care and Tottie immersed herself into French life, learning the language and became a French citizen.
As soon as this totally absorbing latest book was released, I abandoned all other books and started reading and didn’t stop until the very end.
We hear about Tottie’s marriage to an army major and with her independent spirit not really toeing the line as an Army officer’s wife.
Later she runs a holiday riding centre in the Welsh mountains. There’s a steamy affair with a very mysterious, enigmatic man.
The book is a really enjoyable read and fans of the author will no doubt jump on it and devour it too.
Well written, full of funny anecdotes about the people she met along the way and the good friends made. Also details of a sixth sense that came in very useful during an encounter with Jimmy Saville.
I think this book shows a softer side to the author, but maybe because we’re all a bit softer in our younger years.
The end bit had me crying my eyes out, so be warned. Tissues needed!
Anyone new to the series could in fact start with this one and carry on in chronological order.
I really hope there are more books in this series that started off as a trilogy.