In 1911, fiercely independent school teacher Florence Cartwright finds herself taking up lodgings in the home of widower and local constable, Robert Hartigan.
Whilst her host remains in an oblivious stupor, Florence does her best to help his three children with their own problems, putting herself in danger in the process.
When higher powers force the couple to form a relationship much closer than either of them would wish, will they be able to overcome their own frustrations and resentments, and move on to something more fulfilling for them both?
Whilst this second book in the Cobble Wynd series does feature some familiar characters from the first book, this story can certainly be read as a standalone novel.
I’m so happy to share with you a beautiful review for “A Lesson in Love on Cobble Wynd” by the fantastic author Colin Ridyard.
Colin’s lyrical prose and eloquent turn of phrase really brings my story life as he describes the town of Lillymouth and the Edwardian cast of characters.
I’m extremely touched and grateful to receive such feedback!
If you pop across to Colin’s blog via this link, be sure to take a look around his own brilliant books and his other great reviews!