The Year Of Surprising Acts Of Kindness is a romantic comedy.
Ceri Price is grieving for her mother who recently died. When her sister takes steps to empty the family home and make it ready to sell, Ceri finds it hard to let go. She heads to Wales where her mother asked to have her ashes spread.
The sleepy seaside village of Dwynwen has little appeal; it’s no longer a tourist hotspot, so Ceri won’t be staying long. The lack of internet cuts her off from her old life, but soon the location and the villagers appeal more than returning to work. Can a village named after an ancient goddess of love still work magic against the odds of a modern world?
When I read the title of this book, I envisioned a story…
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