A Year at Marshywood by Marina McLune – Promo Post

A Year at Marshywood by Marina McLune – Book Promo

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AD – Today on the blog we welcome author Marina McLune, with her new book ‘A Year at Marshywood‘, which was released on 26th March 2023. Find out all about it below. Check out how to read via NetGalley and make a note of the free to download via Amazon Kindle date coming soon.

A Year at Marshywood

A Year at Marshywood

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It’s 1979 and Amanda Fernsby, nineteen and inexperienced, dreams of lasting love. She leaves London with her parents to start a new life in rural Sussex, moving into Marshywood, a charming, rustic cottage. Now, surrounded by nature, she is excited to begin her new life, but there are bumps in the road ahead.

What about Samantha, her closest friend, who she’s going to miss? And then, of course, there’s Mark, Sam’s gorgeous cousin, who, frustratingly, she’s only just met. Being miles apart, what chance do they have now? Will she find another job? And, perhaps Amanda’s biggest worry of all, does life in the countryside limit her opportunities for finding true love?

When Sam and Mark visit in the summer, a series of shocking events begin to unfold and Amanda finds herself on an emotional roller-coaster with all her hopes unravelling. What will the future hold for her now? Has her parents’ gamble to pursue the rural dream created more losers than winners, or will there still be a pathway to happiness?

What Reviewers’ are Saying

– Highly recommended!! – 5 Stars

– This book was a fun read. – 5 Stars

– A delightfully tender romance about relocating to an unfamiliar location. – 4 Stars

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Currently available from Netgalley here and it will be free on Amazon on 29th April to download.

Author Info

Marina has been passionate about creative writing since childhood. British-born to Caribbean parents and a solicitor by profession, she left London to move to East Sussex several years ago and is now blessed to live at the foot of the beautiful South Downs National Park, where she enjoys nature and walks with her husband and three grown-up sons.

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