Creature Comforts by Trisha Ashley – a book review.


Book Title: Creature Comforts

Author: Trisha Ashley

Pages: 400

Blurb: Is there such a thing as ‘happy-ever-after’?

Izzy Dane has her doubts. After coursing a terrible accident, her life has lurched from one disaster to another. The final straw is when she realises she and her fiancé Kieran want completely different things in life.

Izzy decides she needs to revisit the past in order to move forward with her future. Swearing of men, she returns home to the cosy village of Halfhidden to stay with her eccentric Aunt Debo and her motley bunch of canine friends.

But it turns out that Halfhidden is full of surprises – and one very dishy newcomer who makes Izzy’s quest for answers rather more complicated than she could ever have anticipated…

Review: As you all know Trisha is one of my favourite authors. She creates such loveable characters that all seem so real and this is no exception for her latest book.

As I read it was like Halfhidden came alive around me and surrounded me in its eccentric characters, amazing village scenes and dogs barking. I felt like I was right there in the middle of all the action. Trisha is very skilled in writing to create this for her readers.

This story is a fantastic romantic, comedy, with sadness and hope. I will not give anything away but I was so pleased of the outcome. The story line keeps you guessing all the way through so your not sure how it will end right up until the end.

For any Trisha Fans this is one you cannot miss reading.


Here is also a link to my interview with Trisha Ashley.



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