Just in time for the upcoming Holidays – love is in the air! Change is underway at the Otter House clinic when a new vet moves in. The ninth installment of bestselling author, Cathy Woodman’s, Talyton St. George series, ACCIDENTALLY IN LOVE (Pegasus Books) introduces two country vets who find themselves dealing with feral cats, escaped snakes, and a blossoming friendship. Motorbike-riding, leather-clad, Ross looks like a bad boy, but underneath the leather, he’s a good-looking charmer, and he soon wins over the hearts of everyone in the village.
Even vet nurse Shannon warms up to him. So when she finds herself in a jam and in need of a place to live, it makes sense she moves in with Ross – just as friends, of course. As they continue to deal with the trials and tribulations of escaped snakes and feral cats, their friendship deepens, until they can’t deny their feelings for each other any longer.
But when a terrible accident leaves Shannon’s life in upheaval, it changes their relationship forever. How is she ever going to know whether Ross is staying with her out of love or out of pity?
Cathy Woodman was a small animal vet before turning to writing fiction. She won the Harry Bowling First Novel Award in 2002. Springtime at Cherry Tree Cottage is set in the fictional market town of Talyton St George in East Devonshire, where Cathy lived as a child. She is the author of Follow Me Home and City Girl, Country Vet. Cathy lives with two cats, three mad Border Terriers, and two ponies in England.
For more information about CATHY, check out her website http://www.cathywoodman.com or twitter @cathywoodman
Thanks to Pegasus Books for providing a copy of ACCIDENTALLY IN LOVE for an honest review. We have one copy to giveaway. Just tell us about a special pet that you have or had. We’ll announce a winner next Monday, November 14th.
Have a wonderful day!