Family leaves London for the country life but it doesn't work out as planned. I'm not sure I could live with my mother in law for as long as the main character in this story does but they manage it without any major fallings out. Pleasant story, without making my pulse race or want to hang on to every word but I enjoyed it.
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Beautiful tale of missed opportunities and coincidences believable characters that you warned too and beautifully narrated.
EXCELLANT NARRATION. GREAT CHARACTERS. LOVED IT. COULD NOT STOP LISTENING TOO.
THE NARRATER BROUGHT YOU INTO HER WORLD.
despite enjoying other books by Rachel hore, this really was predictable romantic drivel. y struggled to get through it and won't go near another one like this. not my cup of tea at all
I usually really enjoy Rachel Hore's novels, however I found The Dream House quite repetitive and frustrating in parts. The husband was the most frustrating character - Simon. He didn't have one quality which made me want Kate to be with him; so when they finally parted, I didn't empathise with Kate at all. I was happy she'd finally realised he was no good and left! I feel that most of the characters were a little 2D and I didn't feel akin to any of them.