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Pippa s Cornish Dream Since Pippa Harte was forced to take over her parent s farm she s barely had time to shave her legs let alone make time for love Now she s likely to be getting down and dirty mucking out the pigs and

  • Title: Pippa's Cornish Dream
  • Author: DebbieJohnson
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  • Page: 117
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  • Since Pippa Harte was forced to take over her parent s farm, she s barely had time to shave her legs let alone make time for love Now she s likely to be getting down and dirty mucking out the pigs and avoiding those of the human male variety.When Ben Retallick walks out of her childhood and back into her present it seems that perhaps Pippa has time than she thSince Pippa Harte was forced to take over her parent s farm, she s barely had time to shave her legs let alone make time for love Now she s likely to be getting down and dirty mucking out the pigs and avoiding those of the human male variety.When Ben Retallick walks out of her childhood and back into her present it seems that perhaps Pippa has time than she thought All Poldark smoulders and easy going charm, Ben s definitely worth whipping her wellies off for But Ben is a man with his own past and his own issues and as much as she s enjoying having him around, she s got to get a grip After all life isn t always a beach even if you are in Cornwall.Set on the gorgeous Cornish coast at the height of summer, this is the perfect romance to take on your hols Debbie is the author of Cold Feet at Christmas, the 1 Christmas bestseller

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    1. Suze Lavender on said:

      Pippa has a busy life. She has to take care of three young children and a teenager who's a handful. Besides that she also has a farm to run. She has turned it into holiday homes and because money is tight she's become quite handy. Because she's so busy she doesn't have time for a personal life. Her days aren't always easy, but when her parents passed away she couldn't let her siblings go into foster care while she could keep them together. She manages, but it's a tough job to do on her own.Ben i [...]

    2. Rachel Gilbey on said:

      Pippa suffered a tragedy very young, and has become sole carer for her younger siblings, as well as a farm, and taking in holiday renters for a piece of rural life. She is continually being run ragged and barely has a second to herself, let alone enough time to think about dating. That is until Ben Retallick walks back into her life, and there is a connection between Pippa and Ben instantly, But Ben has a recent dark past, and is really in Cornwall for rest and relaxation, and not really wanting [...]

    3. Kim on said:

      When Pippa lost her parents, she found herself looking after her brothers and sisters, social workers,a farm and holiday rentals rather than studying at Oxford. She has a lot on her plate- her teenage brother has gone off the rails a bit and she dreads every phonecall.When one of the holidaymakers arrives early, he seems familiar. He seems a bit aloof, even though he is stunning!!!!This book is full of everything-romance, family dynamics, teenage rebels, the Cornish coast and the farm characters [...]

    4. Jo on said:

      I did enjoy this will they, won't they storyline of Pippa and Ben. Great characters with a bit of tragedy thrown in. A happy ending and set in Cornwall - what is there not to like.

    5. Emma Crowley on said:

      Pippa's Cornish Dream has to have one of the nicest covers I have seen this summer. Warm, bright, colourful and attractive, it's instantly eyecatching and once you have read the book you see how it ties in so well with everything that happens throughout what proved to be a surprisingly delightful read. Sometimes it's the books you expect the least from that you get the most enjoyment from and that's what happened with me here. This is Debbie Johnson's second novel following on from her Christmas [...]

    6. Mandy Baggot on said:

      A brilliant countryside read that kept me turning the pages. I adored Pippa and Ben and fell in love with the children and the animals too! Short, sweet and simply perfect!

    7. monica ♪ on said:

      4 StarsABOUT THE BOOK Title: Pippa’s Cornish DreamSeries: Stand aloneAuthor: Debbie JohnsonRelease Date: July 2nd 2015Rating: 4 out of 5 starsCliffhanger: NoWriting Style: Third person POVHEA: (view spoiler)[Yes (hide spoiler)]MY REVIEW After Pippa Harte lost her parents, she’s forced to be a big sister and mother for her siblings. Not only is she raising 4 children by herself, she is also taking care of her parent’s farm. Then suddenly a man from her past back into her life with all of hi [...]

    8. Zarina on said:

      pagetostagereviews/201Pippa Harte is just 21 years-old yet she carries the responsibility of a big farm with animals, a teenager always getting in trouble, twin girls that have their own secret language, and a little boy who is desperate for comfort and cuddles.Why, you might ask? Pippa's parents died in a car accident a few years prior and the brood of children are her younger siblings. But being a single parent to four kids, managing a farm and the holiday cottages that belong to it, not to me [...]

    9. Leah on said:

      When Debbie Johnson released her first HarperImpulse novel I LOVED it. Not only because the heroine in Cold Feet At Christmas had the best name ever (hint: MY NAME) but because it was a fantastic read. I thoroughly enjoyed it. Since then Debbie's released a few books, but the only other one I've read was Fear No Evil, which I LOVED (and I am still pining for a sequel Debbie - I WANT A SEQUEL, PLEASE). I've been meaning to read Pippa's Cornish Dream for ages, so when I spotted the paperback at th [...]

    10. Jane Hunt on said:

      Jane Hunt Writer First StepsJane Hunt Writer Book Reviews FacebookJane Hunt Writer Book Reviews Google+I warmed to Pippa, as she braved the battle with the blocked toilet and won. Life isn't easy for this courageous young woman and she certainly deserves something good in her life, just for her. Ben definitely fits the bill. 'Pippa's Cornish Dream' is full of humour; self depreciating and purely comical mixed in with poignant memories and everyday anecdotes, familiar to anyone who lives with sma [...]

    11. Jane Linfoot on said:

      Another fab book from Debbie Johnson. Brilliant writing, and a lovely story that unfolds around a wonderful cast of characters. A perfect mix of poignance, down to earth reality, and fun, all set against truly evocative locations. Lots of laugh out loud moments, in a fast read (I couldn't put it down once I'd started) with satisfying depth, giving a great taste of summer and Cornwall. Loved it.

    12. Lisa on said:

      Ridiculous premiseSilly ridiculous premise of a story line. I couldn't even finish this book and was bored out of my mind. Wouldn't recommend.

    13. Judy on said:

      Neither the characters nor the story had much depth or substance. A light, fluffy, quick read. 2.5 stars.

    14. Sharon on said:

      Loved Debbie's comfort food cafe books, but found this difficult to get into. For a 21 year old who's had to grow up pretty quickly, Pippa seemed rather immature and clueless at times.

    15. Mahmuda Jannath on said:

      Beautiful, read in one sittingbtw Ben would make a handsome dad he is who u call Mr Right, and Pippa is who u call Mrs Right!! ;)

    16. Agi on said:

      I've read Debbie's previous novel, "Cold Feet at Christmas", and enjoyed it, so when I've spotted "Pippa's Cornish Dream" on NetGalley, I didn't hesitate long and requested this book, especially as I've read raving reviews, and - yes, let's be honest - the cover was just calling out to me: come and read me. I can't help thinking that "Cold Feet at Christmas" was very different to Pippa's - Pippa's was for me, even though light and easy, and sometimes really funny - much more serious in tone. But [...]

    17. Sophie on said:

      Posted in full reviewedthebook/2015 You know when you read a book that just completely ticks every box for you? The gorgeous setting, the lovable characters, the humour contrasting with the touching story underneath… Pippa’s Cornish Dream was that for me. This was such a beautiful book, inside and out, and it was the kind of light, feel-good book that I love, except this one had more than a little heart and energy bursting through the pages. Pippa is a character that circumstance has forced [...]

    18. Gingercat on said:

      Since the tragic loss of her parents at an early age, Pippa Harte has been responsible for both raising her younger siblings (Patrick, Daisy, Lily and Scotty) and managing the family farm. She spends her life in muddy wellies, putting any thoughts of her own life on the back-burner, at least until Ben Retallick comes to stay. Ben books into one of the holiday cottages on the farm and quickly becomes part of day-to-day life on the farm, endearing himself to Pippa and her siblings with his good lo [...]

    19. Jody on said:

      Review first posted on my blog: spoonfulofhappyendingsspoWhen her parents died in a horrible car accident, Pippa Harte was suddenly left to her own devices and had to set aside her plans for going to Oxford University and instead stay at home to take care of her younger siblings and the family farm. These days, the farm is a holiday rental place run by Pippa while she also looks out for her younger siblings. One day, Ben Retallick, an aquintance from Pippa's past, hires one of the cottages and i [...]

    20. Jill on said:

      I found Pippas Cornish Dream very easy to pick up and read, and hard to put down until I had finished it. The story flows right from the start and it was easy to get immersed and lose track of time.I love Pippa, the main character that the book is set around. She is a quiet unassuming girl, who works hard and is full of love and devotion to her family. After losing her parents she is young and left alone to not only run the farm, but raise her younger siblings which is no easy task for anyone! Y [...]

    21. Joanne on said:

      Pippa's Cornish Dream is one of these books where you immediately warm to the main character: in this case, of course, it's Pippa. We meet her unblocking a toilet in a holiday cottage and doing a happy dance with the loo brush - only to discover that her guest has arrived and is watching with amusement behind her! This really does set the scene for the book which has a lot of humour in it. Pippa Harte is a really strong woman although she doesn't always feel it. She is bringing up her four sibli [...]

    22. Emma Star Crossed Reviews on said:

      This review was originally posted on Star Crossed ReviewsSince Pippa Harte was forced to take over her parent’s farm, she’s barely had time to shave her legs let alone make time for love. Now she’s more likely to be getting down and dirty mucking out the pigs – and avoiding those of the human male variety.When Ben Retallick walks out of her childhood and back into her present it seems that perhaps Pippa has more time than she thought. All Poldark smoulders and easy-going charm, Ben’s d [...]

    23. Karen Whittard on said:

      I devoured this book as quickly and as greedily as Pippa devoured Ben. Pippas Cornish dream is a story about a young woman called Pippa who's parents tragically died when Pippa was 18 leaving Pippas world shattered and changed forever. Pippa had dreams of going to university but when her parents passed away suddenly all these dreams are left shattered and broken. But Pippa has responsibilities beyond the normal contemplation of an 18 year old woman when she realises she needs to take care of her [...]

    24. Lisa Bentley on said:

      Whenever my friends come to me feeling a bit down or bummed out by life, my advice to them is always the same; read a book. This year I have made many recommendations but I have to admit one of the books that kept cropping up over and over again was Debbie Johnson’s Cold Feet at Christmas because it was just so damn good. Therefore, I was more than excited when I heard that Johnson was releasing a new book in the rom-com oeuvre. Her new offering, Pippa’s Cornish Dream, is just wonderful. The [...]

    25. Grass monster on said:

      I dont think Debbie Johnson could write a book that i wouldnt like, so i knew when starting Pippa that it would be a no brainer. Meet Pippa Harte, after suffering the tragic loss of both her parents, Pippa had to put aside her plans for uni and take on the family farming business and all 4 of her younger siblings, Patrick, Scotty and twins Daisy and Lily. Having no time for herself, Pippa lacks any kind of romance in her life. That is until the handsome Ben Retallick walks back into her life. Br [...]

    26. CwtchUpBooks on said:

      Pippa Harte is a roll-your-sleeves-up get-stuff-done kinda gal. When she is forced to take over her parents’ farm (and the care of her siblings) at a young age she grabs her wellies and gets stuck in. So focused on making the day-to-day bearable for them all, she hardly has any time for herself – let alone the thought of love and romance.That is, until handsome stranger Ben arrives at the farm. He looks familiar….have they met before?This is a gorgeous summer read set in beautiful Cornwall [...]

    27. Nicole on said:

      No Aga, so that was a huge problem. (haha)So, this was easy to continue to read because it was short, extremely basic, just such a throwback I had to continue. There were so many contemporary pop culture references that I suspect it had been edited later. There is NO WAY this book is actually current. It read like an early (and less in depth) Pilcher work (and I liked her books better). I'm guessing the book was short, too, to have edited out all the smoking references that must have been in the [...]

    28. Ann Cooper on said:

      What a fantastic book! I read it in one sitting and loved everything about it. Pippa was a lovely person, so young, yet so capable. Her brothers and sisters were really well crafted and incredibly funny and loveable. - especially Patrick. He was like every mother's teenage nightmare but so very funny with it! Ben was a fantastic hero as well - good looking but very human. The tentative friendship was beautifully written and his relationship with the whole family was just brilliant.I'm sorry if I [...]

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