A poignant and uplifting story for fans of Rachel Joyce and Ruth Hogan
After a life-saving operation leaves Sam unable to have children, could a rural cottage be the fresh start she needs? Or is she running away from her problems?
For her husband Danny, this was never part of the plan. He likes predictability. The countryside is just a bit, well – wild. But he wants Sam to be happy, even if he isn’t.
If only Danny could tell Sam what is going on in his head. If only he knew what was really going on in hers. If only they knew that they’re equally afraid of what happens next.
Can the couple find a way to face the future together, or have they already grown too far apart?
Growing Season is a poignant and uplifting novel about how love and nature sometimes need a helping hand.
What readers are saying about Growing Season
‘A beautifully written novel, with highs, lows and twists along the way.’ Karen and Her Books
‘This was one of those cosy, emotive and just all round beautiful reads that come up once in a while and just really grab my heart. I loved every moment’ my.bookworm.life
‘Glaister's descriptions and depictions of nature are beautiful throughout. But the way she intertwines humanity with nature is particularly remarkable.’ Netgalley reviewer
‘This book is so uplifting and beautiful… the feel good quality of the story really left its mark.’ Jera’s Jamboree
‘Most definitely what I needed at the moment – something uplifting, joyful, fresh, full of life!’ Netgalley reviewer