Stormy Days on Mulberry Lane by Rosie Clarke #BookReview #BlogTour #MulberryLane7 #BoldwoodBooks #RachelsRandomResources #NetGalley #4*

A problem shared, is always a problem halved on Mulberry Lane…

LONDON 1950

Peggy Ronoscki is happily settling back into life running her guesthouse on Mulberry Lane, surrounded by close friends and family.
Life just seems too good…but then disaster strikes.

Pip, her beloved son is left in a coma following a devastating car crash and a young girl collapses in the market leaving Peggy no option but to nurse her back to health.

As things begin to go awry, Peggy worries she has brought trouble to her own doorstep?

Can her life ever return to normal? Or has Peggy’s good nature led her astray?

A Great Addition to the Series!

A lovely addition to this very enjoyable series.

Now that Peggy is back in the lanes, all the old friendships are in full swing. Her guest house is up and running and beginning to build a good reputation while the twins are thriving in the city. Then disaster happens when son Pip is involved in a car crash which leaves him in a coma, and Peggy takes in a young girl who faints in the market. Known for her compassion, even Peggy wonders if she’s taken on more than she can cope with this time.

It’s so nice having another instalment in such a wonderful series. Meeting up with family and friends and finding out how their lives are turning out as well as discovering the intricacies of newcomers to the East End makes for a great read. This is an excellent seventh book and, while it can be read as a stand alone, it’s so much more meaningful if you have read the complete series. A grand read, and one I’m happy to give 4*.

My thanks to the publisher for my copy via NetGalley and to Rachel Gilbey for my spot in this tour; this is – as always – my honest, original and unbiased review.

Tags: historical women’s saga

Author Details

Rosie Clarke is a #1 bestselling saga writer whose most recent books include The Mulberry Lane series.  She has written over 100 novels under different pseudonyms and is a RNA Award winner.  She lives in Cambridgeshire.

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