Hattie's Mill : A gloriously warm tale of friendship and renewal
Hattie Weatherall's heart leapt when she first saw Abbot's Mill, and with her dog and an assortment of wild fowl for company she sets about renovating the mill. Sarah Farley feels a pang of envy for Hattie's freedom. For over twenty years, Sarah has tolerated her husband's infidelities - and her love for him is about to be tested again... As Hattie settles into life at the mill, she befriends two young boatmen. Toby is recovering from a broken marriage and, when he has a another chance at happiness, Hattie is glad welcome his new family into the fold. Joss's problems are not so easily solved, but when he turns to Hattie for help, the motherly love that blossoms in her heart enables them both to heal old wounds...
- Paperback | 416 pages
- 117 x 177 x 27mm | 268g
- 08 May 1997
- Headline Publishing Group
- Headline Book Publishing
- London, United Kingdom
A must for women fiction readers * Booklist * A delight from start to finish * Kingsbridge Gazette * This excellent first novel...is a rounded portrait of modern family life where light-hearted affection and friendship contrasts with the darker strands of human nature * Dartmouth Chronicle * Poignantly told, with fine characterisation and a lavish sprinkling of humour * Evening Herald * Praise for Marcia Willett's previous novels: 'A fascinating study of character...a cleverly woven story * Publishing News *
About Marcia Willett
Marcia Willett was born in Somerset, the youngest of five girls. She now lives in Devon with her husband, Rodney.