An enchantingly romantic and magical novel by the New York Times bestselling author of Garden Spells and The Girl Who Chased the Moon.
It happens suddenly one morning - Kate finally wakes up from the slumber she's been in since her husband's death, a year ago.
Also reawakened is a desire to take control of her life. She decides to take her young daughter and visit Suley, Georgia - home to Lost Lake, where she spent one of the happiest summers of her life as a child.
But Kate's Aunt Eby, Lost Lake's owner, desperately wants to sell the old place and move on: it's become rundown, full of ghosts and curious oddities that are too much for an old woman to handle.
Then, with perfect serendipity, Kate arrives looking for a new start. She's not sure what she expects to find there; but she soon discovers that time has a curious way of standing still at Lost Lake. Can she bring the cottages - as well as her heart - back to life?
Because sometimes things aren't really lost. They're just waiting for you to find them again...
About the Author
Sarah Addison Allen is the product of a newspaper man and a former debutante who pierced her nose and dyed her hair red at the age of fifty. Taught the fine art of table place settings at an early age, she has never quite shaken off her inherited urge to rebel. She lives in the American South, where her novels are set.
A real and rare talent . . . an absolutely enchanting read. - www.novelicious.com on The Girl Who Chased the MoonIt's a bewitching read in every sense, taking you to a world of regrets, missed opportunities and lost loves found again. Magical. - Glamour Must Read on The Sugar QueenA bewitching tale laced with magic, hope and wit, a pure delight. - Bookseller on The Sugar QueenThis compelling book has it all - passion, romance and sibling rivalry. This is Sarah Addison Allen's first novel - she's definitely one to watch. - My Weekly on Garden SpellsBeguiling . . . leaves a magical spell that enchants as it draws you in. An absolute gem. - Now on Garden Spells
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 13th February 2014
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.2 x 15.2 x 2.3
Weight (kg): 0.4
Edition Number: 1