Finding Home by Kate Field **Book Review** @rararesources

Happy Tuesday bookworms!

Hope life is treating you well!we’ve been doing some spring cleaning around here. We also all had vaccine number one and will get that second shot in the beginning of May! Looking forward to a little more normalcy!

Finding Home

She might not have much in this world, but it cost nothing to be kind… 

Meet Miranda Brown: you can call her Mim. She’s jobless, homeless and living in her car… but with a history like hers she knows she has a huge amount to be grateful for.

Meet Beatrice and William Howard: Bill and Bea to you. The heads of the Howard family and owners of Venhallow Hall, a sprawling seaside Devonshire estate… stranded in a layby five hours from home the night before their niece’s wedding.

When fate brings the trio together, Mim doesn’t think twice before offering to drive the affable older couple home. It’s not like she has anywhere else to be. But as the car pulls into the picturesque village of Littlemead, Mim has no idea how her life is about to change…

An uplifting story of found family and true love perfect for fans of Fern Britton and Veronica Henry.

My Thoughts

A beautiful story about found family. Mim is seriously down on her luck she lost her job, lost her home, and she is now sleeping in her car. When she happens across Bill and Bea Who are in need of a way home, Mim figures why not? Mim’s act of kindness, a five hour car trip, leads to a new life. Bill and Bea welcome Mim into their affluent family. But Mim is a little skeptical about the couple and her new found circumstances. What follows is a lovely story sure to tug on your heartstrings.

Mim was a great character and I loved her growth throughout the story. She was always so concerned about people judging her about her pass, and yet she spent a lot of time passing judgment. The story was set in such a gorgeous seaside town that I would love to visit. All the characters in the story were so well developed and so warm and welcoming just made me feel all warm and gooey. This book was a warm hug on a cold day! It was also a warm hug on a warm day, it hasn’t really been all that cold around here lately. Anyways this is a story guaranteed to make you feel good!

*** Big thank you to One More Chapter for my gifted copy of this book. All opinions are my own. ***

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Author Bio – 

Kate writes contemporary women’s fiction, mainly set in her favourite county of Lancashire,
where she lives with her husband, daughter and mischievous cat. 

She is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association.

Kate’s debut novel, The Magic of Ramblings, won the RNA’s Joan Hessayon Award for new writers.

Social Media Links – Twitter: @katehaswords