The Ticklemore Tattler by Liz Davies. #BlogTour

The Ticklemore Tattler

Sometimes you have to write your own future…

The life of former journalist Juliette Seymour has been quiet and unassuming. Up until now, she’s been concentrating on running the local newspaper and raising her daughter.

But all that is about to change when Juliette is informed that the Ticklemore Tattler is to fold and that she’ll be out of a job. She begins to wonder whether she can buy the newspaper and try to make a go of it herself.

Aware that she needs some advice she contacts Oliver Pascoe, little knowing that when her old colleague re-enters her life, his help isn’t the only thing she wants him for!

As she begins to fall in love, however, what she doesn’t realise is that Oliver has something he’s keeping from her.

A gorgeously uplifting story, perfect for fans of Holly Hepburn, Heidi Swain, and Isabelle Broom.

My Thoughts

Juliette Seymore decided to leave her high pressure job as a political reporter in London to return back to her home village of Ticklemore upon discovering she was pregnant.

She has stayed here ever since, running the local newspaper The Ticklemore Tattler whilst raising her much loved daughter Brooke. When she hears the news that the paper is to be closed down, she contemplates buying and running it herself. Unsure of what to do, she decides to gain some advice from her former colleague Oliver Pascoe, someone who she hasn’t spoken to in over two decades.

Upon them meeting for the first time since, the attraction between them is obvious. As they get to know one another better and love begins to blossom between the pair, it becomes apparent that they are both harbouring secrets that could have the potential to scarper any chances they have of any chance of a happily ever after.

The characters within the community of Ticklemore were all so wonderful and really added a lot of depth to the story. One of my favourite characters within this story is Hattie – someone who Juliette works alongside at the paper, she is such a likeable, bubbly person who has a lot to add to this beautiful book.

The setting is brought to life by the authors wonderful writing style. The more I learnt about Ticklemore as the story progresses, the more I found myself falling in love with this little village.

This is such a beautiful, engaging story that really keeps you invested in the story. Entertaining and engaging, with some twists in the story that you don’t see coming, I adored this book.

You can purchase a copy of this book by following this link: mybook.to/TicklemoreTattler

About the Author

Liz Davies writes feel-good, light-hearted stories with a hefty dose of romance, a smattering of humour, and a great deal of love.

She’s married to her best friend, has one grown-up daughter, and when she isn’t scribbling away in the notepad she carries with her everywhere (just in case inspiration strikes), you’ll find her searching for that perfect pair of shoes. She loves to cook but isn’t very good at it, and loves to eat – she’s much better at that! Liz also enjoys walking (preferably on the flat), cycling (also on the flat), and lots of sitting around in the garden on warm, sunny days.

She currently lives with her family in Wales, but would ideally love to buy a camper van and travel the world in it.

Website: https://lizdaviesauthor.wixsite.com/home

Social Media Links –

Twitter https://twitter.com/lizdaviesauthor

Facebook: fb.me/LizDaviesAuthor1

*Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources and Liz Davies for providing me with an ARC of this book in return for my honest review. All thoughts are entirely my own and not influenced in any way.*

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