Springtime at Cherry Tree Cottage

A Taylton St. George Novel

After years working with these beautiful animals, horse-trainer Flick has finally achieved her dream of becoming one of the few female blacksmiths in the country.

Her first job is in Talyton St George. The little cottage on the green where she is staying is idyllic, and it feels like the fresh start she needs. But she soon finds she is having to work overtime to prove her abilities to the not-so-welcoming locals.

One person very much on her side though is Robbie Salterton. He’s a bit of a local celebrity – a handsome stunt rider who does charity work in his spare time – and he seems to be going out of his way to look out for Flick. But is he just being friendly or does he see Flick as something more?

Despite swearing off men, Flick can’t help wanting to find out . . .

Cathy Woodman was a small animal vet before turning to writing fiction. She won the Harry Bowling First Novel Award in 2002. Follow Me Home 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 City Girl, Country Vet. Cathy lives in England with two cats, three mad Border Terriers, and two ponies.

"Woodman weaves a beguiling tale."

– Choice [praise for the Talyton St. George series]

"Fans will rejoice as veterinarian-turned-novelist Woodman continues her Talyton St. George series, creating another set of winning characters to populate her fictional country market town."

– Booklist

"I absolutely loved this. It made me laugh and cry! Such a treat to read."

– Katie Fforde, author of 'A Perfect Proposal' [praise for the Talyton St. George series]

"A fun, easygoing romp with well-drawn characters. If you like animals, fish-out-of-water yarns, and a splattering of romance, you will love this."

– Peterborough Evening News [praise for the Talyton St. George series]

"Woodman’s warmth and wit are set to make her the next big thing in rural romance."

– The Daily Telegraph [praise for the Talyton St. George series]

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