Return to Bluebell Hill As sweet and satisfying as strawberries and cream This British summertime get out in the garden with Rebecca Pugh s sparkling debut novel Home is where the heart is Jessica McAdams has never belonged

  • Title: Return to Bluebell Hill
  • Author: RebeccaPugh
  • ISBN: 9781474035576
  • Page: 316
  • Format: ebook
  • As sweet and satisfying as strawberries and cream This British summertime, get out in the garden with Rebecca Pugh s sparkling debut novel.Home is where the heart is Jessica McAdams has never belonged anywhere never truly felt at home Of course, what did she expect from parents who never made her feel welcome in her own house Leaving her life in London to return home tAs sweet and satisfying as strawberries and cream This British summertime, get out in the garden with Rebecca Pugh s sparkling debut novel.Home is where the heart is Jessica McAdams has never belonged anywhere never truly felt at home Of course, what did she expect from parents who never made her feel welcome in her own house Leaving her life in London to return home to the charming country village of Bluebell Hill is harder than she thought Especially as she never considered she d be returning under such heart wrenching circumstances Clearing out the stunning and imposing Bluebell House after her parents death is difficult for Jessica they never had the best relationship and now it s too late Yet spending time in the house that was never a home, having afternoon tea with dear old friend Esme and sharing hot, sizzling kisses with delectable gardener Rueben opens Jessica s eyes to the potential of Bluebell House Could this big old, beautiful manor really be her forever home Is Bluebell Hill where her heart is, has always been Jessica soon dares to dream of her very own home with delicious Rueben by her side But when a deep, dark secret of Bluebell House is unearthed, Jessica s world is turned upside down Will Jessica ever find where her heart truly lies An emotional tale of self discovery, taking chances and romance Rebecca s unique British voice feels like coming home again and again.

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    1. Rebecca Pugh was a book blogger before becoming an author and that reader’s intuition, that knowledge of what her target audience is looking for comes through in her debut novel, Return To Bluebell Hill.Jessica has been living the highlife down in London but the death of her parents and a subsequent funeral forces her to return to her childhood home. The same place she fled a decade ago to start her new life in London. It’s safe to say that going back is not something Jessica has been lookin [...]

    2. This is a charming debut novel from Rebecca, with an idyllic sounding location, delightful characters and a handsome hero!Jessica, now 28, hadn’t been home to Bluebell House since she left in a hurry aged 18. She has made a life for herself in London, working for a publisher and loves her job and the life she now has. However, having received a call to say her parents had both died, she has no choice but to make the journey home to Bluebell Hill, the small village where she grew up. An extreme [...]

    3. Ever since Rebecca told me she was writing her first book to sharing the news that she was to be published author i have been waiting to read Return to Bluebell Hill and what a read it is and it was very worth the wait. Just wanted to take this moment to say that i am extremely proud of Rebecca i'm a newbie to twitter and blogging and she has always been there she is wonderful person inside and out. I am a massive fan of rebecca's blog and her writing style is easily recognisable in the book and [...]

    4. Incredibly strong debut novel from Rebecca Pugh, it was a pleasure to read, and I loved the various descriptions in the book, which were so clear I could see things easily in my imagination. For Jessica this is a story of discovery, for finding out who she really is, and its the first time she has returned to Bluebell Hill since she left at the age of 18. She is nervous but delighted to see her old friend Esme waiting for her, and its with Esme's guidance that Jessica even starts to come to term [...]

    5. Let me tell you a little story…Newly published author Rebecca’s Pugh is a real testament to the simple but true mantra “Dream, Believe, Achieve”. I am delighted to have been able to witness this young lady going after her dream and making it happen.When Rebecca was announced as the newest addition to UK Carina’s portfolio, like a lot of my fellow reviewers, I kept watch over the “gestation” of this soon to be born literary baby and celebrated when it was finally here. But then it h [...]

    6. Return to Bluebell Hill a beautifully written heart warming tale of love, family and friendships which will warm you from the inside out. Jessica is a very endearing character, and you can't help but feel for her on her journey home after the sudden death of her parents. The author does a wonderful job of bringing Jessica, Reuben and Esme to life, and the quaint country setting makes for a lovely easy read. I can't wait to read Rebecca's next offering. My advice: buy this book now!

    7. *Book provided by the author in exchange for an honest review*Ok, so first of all I just wanna say how PROUD I am of Rebecca Pugh. Ever since I got to new her she has been dreaming of this and now the moment is here! Becca is an amazing book blogger, a great friend and an incredibly talented author, I couldn’t be happier for her!Next, how GORGEOUS is that cover?! I’m in love… <3Return to Bluebell Hill follows Jessica McAdams, who lives in London and loves it there. Sad new make her retu [...]

    8. What a wonderful debut novel this is from the lovely Rebecca Pugh. I bought and read it within a few hours and just couldn’t put down. It’s a great read for lovers of an emotional story, romance and secrets. I can highly recommend it to you and it’s always fantastic to discover an exciting new young author.After the sudden death of her parents Jessica returns ‘home’ to the idyllic English village of Bluebell Hill for the funeral. In trepidation she’s taking a break from the job she l [...]

    9. Return to Bluebell Hill is an ideal holiday read. It's the perfect 'feel good' book to escape into while soaking up Return to Bluebell Hill is a 'feel good' holiday read and a sweet treat for chick lit fans. It's the perfect book to escape into while soaking up the summer sun, whether here in the UK or abroad.After the sudden deaths of both of her parents, Jessica is forced to journey home from London to Bluebell Hill, having escaped from there so many years ago. She returns to Bluebell House, h [...]

    10. What a beautiful debut! A romance with a gorgeous setting and characters who instantly hooked me. Jessica's vulnerability felt so real and Reuben was just so delicious in every way and, everybody needs an Esme is their life! I loved the mix of mystery and romance; when the secret veered up and slapped my guessing in the face.I congratulate this lovely author on such a beautifully written first novel and look forward to reading more from her!

    11. This first book by Rebecca, is a great start for her writing career. A lovely story of strong friendships, hidden past family history and my ideal man called Reuben. I could physically see him through the written words. I did feel like I had missed a chapter on how Jessica's parents had died and that her dear friend Esme sounded much older than 63! That apart, this book take you to some lovely places with some wonderful characters.

    12. 3.5Posted in full reviewedthebook/2015 Return to Bluebell Hill is Rebecca Pugh’s debut novel and I thought it was told beautifully. There was a real warm and cosy feel to this book which made me feel all at home. Jessica McAdams is returning to Bluebell Hill, attending the funeral of her parents. She hadn’t been in contact with her parents for years, not since she left, and Bluebell Hill is not a place she ever planned to return to. But after being reunited with her old nanny Esme, and meeti [...]

    13. Return to Bluebell Hill was one of my most anticipated releases of 2015, and it feels like years since Rebecca made the announcement on Twitter about being signed by Carina! For those not from planet Earth Rebecca Pugh is a book blogger and her blog is one of my favourites to read. She just has a way with words that makes her reviews and blog posts an absolute pleasure to read. Rebecca sent me a piece of writing she was working on a while ago, and I knew then that it wouldn't be long before I wa [...]

    14. Originally posted on Paris Baker's Book Nook.I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again, this has been one of my most anticipated book releases of the year. Not just because that cover is stunning, not just because the blurb sounds both adorable and intriguing, but because it is the debut novel from none other than the gorgeous Rebecca Pugh of Becca’s Books, one of my most favourite blogger friends, showing that dreams do come true for us readers who are working at being writers, and I am [...]

    15. Return to Bluebell Hill was one of my most highly anticipated reads of the summer. I know Rebecca through the book blogging community and we started submitting our writing to publishers at the same time, sharing the stress of the nail-biting period where you press refresh on your email every two minutes. So to be able to review her debut and be part of her blog tour is absolutely fantastic- she's proof that with hard work and determination dreams can come true!Return to Bluebell Hill is a romant [...]

    16. I have to admit I read the reviews of this before I started to write, as curiosity got the better of me. They were as expected, this book seems to be the most anticipated in the bloggers’ circle of this year and nobody seemed disappointed! Nor was I. Rebecca Pugh is possibly the one of the friendliest, most helpful people I’ve ever come across in the book world. Her blog has a huge following and its pretty pastel exterior and intricately woven threads of review easily belay how talented she [...]

    17. Originally posted on: albainbookland/2015/06Rebecca Pugh, also known as Becca's Books, is a fellow book blogger and one of the loveliest people I know. She's like a ray of sunshine, always smiling and making people feel better. So when she announced her book deal with Carina earlier this year, I couldn't have been more excited for her. Reading her blog I could tell she had a special way with words. And when I finally had Return to Bluebell Hill on my hands, only reading the first few paragraphs, [...]

    18. I’d like to thank the publishers and the author for an arc in return for an honest review.I was so excited for Rebecca leading up to the publication of her debut novel, its been a vision of Beccas for so long, she is an avid reader and has had the dream of having her own book published, this dream has now become a reality. I am thrilled to be part of the blogtour promoting this book.What a delightful and utterly gorgeous debut novel by Rebecca Pugh. I devoured this story so quickly. Rebecca’ [...]

    19. I’ve had this on my TBR since I bought it on its publication day last year. Due to other demands I’m only just getting round to it a little while after the release of Rebecca’s second novel! Insert woe is me book blogger whine here. This debut is all about main character Jessica McAdams and her return to the village she grew up in.Jessica is quite a complex character. An emotionally lacking and strict upbringing has led her to be closed off to new emotion and relationships in her adult lif [...]

    20. This review was first published at M's Bookshelf - mssbookshelfFirst, I'd like to congratulate the wonderful Rebecca with her fabulous debut!I really enjoyed reading Return To Bluebell Hill. The cover is stunning, the characters easy to love and the setting is gorgeous. Rebecca's descriptions of the town are brilliant. Post-card-perfect; just like Bluebell House, I'm sure!Although Jessica, the main character, is going through an emotional time, the story is still very upbeat. It feels care free [...]

    21. Thank you to NetGalley and Carina UK for providing me with a copy of Return to Bluebell Hill in return for an honest review.Return to Bluebell Hill is the debut novel from Rebecca Pugh and it is a lovely story, telling the tale of Jessica McAdams's return to her childhood home and facing her past.Jessica is a pleasant and sympathetic character, although a dollop of stubborness can cause her to be somewhat frustrating at times. Fortunately, her best-friend Sarah is always on the end of the phone, [...]

    22. Return to Bluebell Hill is Rebecca Pugh’s début novel and having read her second novel I was keen to read this one. This book has a lovely cosy warmth to it, the sort of book you can curl up on the sofa with or sit in the sun and lose track of time. Jessica McAdams returns to her childhood home of Bluebell Hill to attend the funeral of her estranged parents, and is reunited with her old nanny Esme, but whilst the reunion is overshadowed by the tragic death of her parents, Jessica is nonethele [...]

    23. Book Review – Return To Bluebell HillJune 30, 2015 by admin 0 Comments (Edit)return to bluebell hillBLURB:Home is where the heart is…Jessica McAdams has never belonged anywhere; never truly felt at home. Of course, what did she expect from parents who never made her feel welcome in her own house? Leaving her life in London to return to the charming country village of Bluebell Hill is harder than she thought. Especially as she never considered she’d be returning under such heart wrenching c [...]

    24. The wonderful Rebecca Pugh has been talking about her debut novel for the past few months now and I've been thrilled for her - what an achievement! Although I couldn't wait to get involved and get my mitts on a copy, there was that underlying worry. I feel like Becca is a friend - although we haven't met in person, she welcomed me into the blogging community with open arms, is always there to chat to on twitter and is just a genuinely lovely person. Which created an underlying fear - although re [...]

    25. I honestly couldn't feel more overwhelmed than I do right now, about to write this review. I've pretty much fangirled with Rebecca the entire way through! I read this book SO quick, and it's really out of character for me to read a book in less than two days, I take a week to read a book, because of work and y'know sleep. But reading Return To Bluebell Hill I actually found myself flinging my Kindle into my handbag and reading something every where I went. Work, traffic (I'm a passenger it's coo [...]

    26. Return to Bluebell Hill is a lovely story that's not just your typical romance story, It's also about making amends with your past and moving on.Jessica is a very independent women. Having left the family home that she grew up in under a bit of a cloud, she has established herself in London where she has a good job, nice apartment and her best friend Sarah.Having to return back to her family home after the deaths of her parents, I think Jessica is very much looking forward to closing that chapte [...]

    27. Originally posted on:> lauraslittlebookblog.It is so lovely when an author's dreams come true, so I was thrilled when I heard that Rebecca had got a book deal. Now I will just point out and say that my review has in no way been influenced by my like for Rebecca. This is an honest review and I know it would not be fair to be anything but, so now that's out the way, on to my review.When I first started reading Return to Bluebell Hill, what struck me first was how brilliant the writing was. Rebe [...]

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