The Forever House: Unabridged edition

By Rachel Dove, Read by Emma Wilkes

’What a lovely warm feeling this book gave me, I loved the storyline loved the characters – would recommend.’ NetGalley Reviewer

Escape with a feel-good romance that will warm your heart this summer!

Emily Hendrickson is tired of being the wedding guest and never the bride. Working at her local paper as a wedding columnist, she can’t wait to write her own happy-ever-after.

When she bumps into her childhood sweetheart Calvin Albright, her world is knocked off balance. Calvin has returned to the quiet town of Hebblestone desperate for a fresh start. After his wife tragically died two years ago, he wants nothing more than to find a new home and settle down with his son, Isaac.

Isaac can see how lonely his dad is – he’s determined to help him find love again and complete their family…

Uploading a video to his blog in search of a new girlfriend for his dad, he convinces Emily to use the local paper to make the video viral and sift through the potential candidates.

But as the letters to Calvin begin to flood in, could the promise of love be closer to home than they think?

Readers LOVE The Forever House!

‘The perfect feel good romantic book. This is a really great book and I thoroughly enjoyed reading it. I loved the characters, the setting, the writing style and the storyline. Fab.’ NetGalley Reviewer

Lovely feel good book, nicely written and well presented to the reader.’ NetGalley Reviewer

‘A lovely story with a happy ending.’ NetGalley Reviewer

‘A most enjoyable book.’ NetGalley Reviewer

Format: Digital Audiobook
Release Date: 23 Jun 2022
Pages: None
ISBN: 978-0-00-848098-1
Detailed Edition: Unabridged edition
RACHEL LOUISE DOVE is a mum of two from Yorkshire. She has always loved writing and has had previous success as a self-published author. Rachel is the winner of the Mills & Boon & Prima Magazine Flirty Fiction competition and won The Writers Bureau Writer of the Year Award in 2016. She is a qualified adult education tutor specialising in child development and autism. In 2018 she founded the Rachel Dove Bursary, giving one working-class writer each year a fully funded place on the Romantic Novelists’ Association New Writers’ Scheme.