The breathtaking promise of the English countryside can lift even the heaviest spirits . . .
Willow Armstrong, the once-famous "Queen of Weight Loss" and president of Pound Busters, succumbed to stress eating after her divorce. Now the scandal of getting caught on camera binging on pizza, and the internet-wide mocking of her new curves, may destroy her career. Add in a business advisor who drained her finances, and Willow is out of options-until she learns she's inherited a house in England's most picturesque locale, The Cotswolds.
Willow's trip across the pond to sell the property and salvage her company soon becomes its own adventure: the house, once owned by grandparents she never met, needs major work. Plus, single dad Owen Hughes, the estate's resident groundskeeper and owner of a local tour outfit, isn't thrilled about the idea of leaving . . . Yet as Willow proceeds with her plans, she's sidetracked by surprising discoveries about her family's history--and with Owen's help, the area's distinctive attractions. Soon, she's even retracing her roots-and testing her endurance-amid the region's natural beauty. And the more she delves into the past, the more clearly she sees herself, her future, and the way home . . .
Praise for Sharon Struth
"Struth has a gift for layering stories within stories while keeping them all connected." -Library Journal
"Struth is an author to watch!" -Laura Drake, author of RITA-award winner The Sweet Spot
"Sharon Struth writes a good story about love and loss. She knows her characters and has a path she wants them to take." -Eye on Romance
"The plot is refreshing and will definitely keep the reader turning page after page." -Fresh Fiction