Goodreads Synopsis

PART FOUR of a serialised novel – a heartwarming and inspiring story about living the simple life and the joy of animals.

The last few months have been hard for Sam. Her dream to work as a vet is slowly becoming reality, and she is beginning to encounter the struggles and heartbreaks that someone in a job like this must face.

But what’s more heartwarming and inspiring than a litter of new piglets? On a call to a farm with Joe, Sam can’t help but feel a sense of renewal in her own life as she witnesses one of the most glorious and natural processes of all.

Sam’s thoughts inevitably turn to her own child – will she be able to cope when the baby is born? And with her love life so shaky, will a fatherless child turn out all right?

Bookworm1102’s Review

In the fourth and final book of this series, Sam has to deal with pregnancy as well as growing tensions between her and her boss Joe Bradley. One evening, she attends a call with Joe, and her life changes forever.

I thought this finale was good, although rather predictable. I could predict the ending from the very start, as it has been heavily hinted at throughout all four books. I am glad that everything turned out well for Sam, in all aspects of her life, although I did feel sorry for David.

All told, this series was a nice relaxing read, and I am glad I got the chance to read it.

Thank you to the publisher, Sheila Norton and NetGalley for providing me with a complimentary ebook copy.

I rate this book 3/5 stars!


If you like the sound of this book, you can find it on Goodreads here, Amazon UK here and Amazon US here.



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