Making Hay

Making Hay Suzanna and Barney Blake are swapping city life for the countryside determined to breathe new life into the Honeycote Arms and a marriage touched by tragedy Newly seperated Ginny Tait arrives in Honey

  • Title: Making Hay
  • Author: Veronica Henry
  • ISBN: 9780141003078
  • Page: 397
  • Format: Paperback
  • Suzanna and Barney Blake are swapping city life for the countryside determined to breathe new life into the Honeycote Arms and a marriage touched by tragedy.Newly seperated Ginny Tait arrives in Honeycote at around the same time with very nubile twin daughters and an awful lot of baggage If the newcomers expected to find a sleepy English village, they quickly discoverSuzanna and Barney Blake are swapping city life for the countryside determined to breathe new life into the Honeycote Arms and a marriage touched by tragedy.Newly seperated Ginny Tait arrives in Honeycote at around the same time with very nubile twin daughters and an awful lot of baggage If the newcomers expected to find a sleepy English village, they quickly discover that a whole host of colourful characters have long woken up to interesting ways of using the bedroom Throw in a dodgy businessman with a secret past, and Honeycote is soon a veritable hotbed of passion and intrigue.Will Ginny be blinded by choice and go for Mr Wrong again Will Suzanna and Barney find happiness in Honeycote And if they do, will it be with each other

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  • Veronica Henry

    Veronica Henry was a television script writer before turning her hand to fiction She has published sixteen novels which she describes as realistic escapism her setting are gorgeous, but her characters have problems and dilemmas everyone can identify with.

  • 232 Comments

  • This is a book of constant twists & turns. There are quite a few new delightful characters, than the first book in this series. There are a fair few problems in most of the characters lives, with a few of them considering changing partners. A bit of kissing & canoodling amongst a few characters & a few tears. A very good absorbing read. Now starting on the third & final book of this series.




  • I recently read my first Veronica Henry book which also happened to be the first in the ‘Honeycote Series’. When I realised it was a series I immediately looked forward to reading the second instalment.With the first book, as much as I enjoyed it I had a minor irritation which was the characters names. Yes I know that may be a small issue to most people but for me I struggled because the sort of characters that they were just didn’t fit with their names. Thankfully by the end of the book I [...]


  • This was a really enjoyable story. It's the sequel to Honeycote, but can be read as a stand-alone. It concerns a group of people who live in the Cotswolds village of Honeycote, an idyllic country village with a lot more going on beneath the surface than it first appears. Suzanna and Barney move to Honeycote to begin a new life after suffering a terrible tragedy. Their story is sensitively told and you really suffer along with them, willing them to overcome their grief and discover each other all [...]


  • I read this first from October 7-9, 2012. This is what I wrote then: "Another book from the chicklit/romance bookbox. This was apparently the second in the series, but that was only minimally disturbing. I found this surprisingly thought-provoking. The characters are all incredibly human, with flaws galore, and yet, for all that they are very endearing. Probably the best I've sampled from the box so far."It's been mooched and as I've now read the first, thought I'd re-skim through before sending [...]


  • I got totally sucked into the world of Honeycote. Great read. Your not sure if it's going to turn out all right in the end. You go through stages of liking and disliking each charater. Recommended :)


  • I actually enjoyed this book better than the first book. Although characters from the first book appear in this, I think the story flows much better. Definately entertaining and worth a read





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