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Spring Clean for the Peach Queen

Spring Clean for the Peach Queen

Author: Sasha Wasley

Publisher: Pantera Press

Following a night out partying, which leaves her boyfriend dead and her acting career in tatters, Lottie Bentz escapes the media spotlight by returning to her hometown of Bonnievale. When kindly Mrs Brooker invites her to stay in a rundown caravan on her farm, Lottie gratefully accepts the offer in exchange for helping the older woman clean out her spare room. However, Mrs Brooker’s son, Angus, soon makes it clear that Lottie isn’t welcome. Determined to rid herself of everything that got her into trouble, Lottie begins her own Marie Kondo styled declutter, beginning with her phone, social media and the numerous white lies on which she has built her public image. Set against the backdrop of a small rural community, Spring Clean for the Peach Queen by Sasha Wasley is ultimately a story about finding forgiveness, sparking joy and stripping away the pretence to embrace who you truly are. Curling up with Lottie, Mrs Brooker, Angus and the townsfolk of Bonnievale is the ideal way to escape the next wintry weekend headed your way.

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