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Review of 'Pepper River Inn' - KT Dady

Welcome to Pepper Bay. A small close-knit community where you’ll find chocolate box cottages, quaint shops, love drama, and a happily ever after.

Snuggle down with this cosy, feel-good, comfort read that whisks you away to a beautiful bay on the Isle of Wight – Perfect for fans of Christie Barlow, Phillipa Ashley, and Holly Martin.

The Pepper Bay books are standalone stories, best when read in order, that intertwine with recurring characters.

Pepper River Inn: There has been a longstanding family feud in Pepper Bay between the Renshaws and the Trents, and it’s about to get even more messy.

Rosie and Belle Trent have just inherited their uncle’s rundown hotel and have decided to see if they can rebuild the unloved business. They don’t rate their chances of having a successful inn, not with the perfect one right next door owned by Elliot and Ned Renshaw.

The two sisters and two brothers aren’t meant to be friends, so when Elliot saves Rosie from drowning and they fall in love, it’s down to Belle and Ned to keep the family feud alive. All they have to do is continue to hate each other. How hard can it be?

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The latest book from Pepper Bay won't disappoint fans of the series. Everything we've come to expect from KT Dady's books is in there. Flawed and damaged characters who find redemption and peace in the little village community, some unexpected turns of events and of course, plenty of romance.

This time, the central plot revolves around a decades long feud between the Trent and Renshaw families. Of course, by the end of the book, the feud is a distant memory and everyone gets their happily ever after ending. In between however, revelations are made, misunderstandings happen and previous traumas threaten to derail the budding romances.

There are tiny cameos from some of the characters from previous books, to keep the continuity going and through those we find out that their own stories are moving forwards behind the scenes and this adds to the sense of community that runs through this series.

I look forward to reading the next instalment.

Bestselling author of the Pepper Bay series, mum to one grown-up daughter, chocolate lover, and a huge fan of a HEA. I was born and raised in the East End of London, and I’ve been happily writing stories since I was a little girl. I published my first romance book in 2020, and I have loved writing about soulmates ever since. When I’m not writing, I’m mostly reading, usually romance stories, but I do like the occasional thriller.

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