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Take a break in Hideaway Down. It's the perfect place to find romance. Make new friends, meet up with old ones and maybe even fall in love. Happiness comes when you least expect it. When Rachel Simpson’s boyfriend, Drew, suggested they should take a break, she thought he meant together, so she rented a holiday cottage in the picturesque village of Hideaway Down for the p Take a break in Hideaway Down. It's the perfect place to find romance. Make new friends, meet up with old ones and maybe even fall in love. Happiness comes when you least expect it. When Rachel Simpson’s boyfriend, Drew, suggested they should take a break, she thought he meant together, so she rented a holiday cottage in the picturesque village of Hideaway Down for the perfect, autumn getaway surprise. Except she was the one who got the surprise, and now she is spending a week alone in a cottage by the sea. Not quite the fun, romantic break she was hoping for. Lucas Webb needs to get his act together – or so his friends keep telling him. He’s been like a bear with a sore head since his girlfriend dumped him… and that was several months ago. Perhaps a change of scene is what he needs. At least he still has Monty, his beloved dog… and a break by the sea will probably do them both some good. Is it simply bad luck that this is one of the wettest, windiest autumn weeks since records began? Or does the universe work in mysterious ways?


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Take a break in Hideaway Down. It's the perfect place to find romance. Make new friends, meet up with old ones and maybe even fall in love. Happiness comes when you least expect it. When Rachel Simpson’s boyfriend, Drew, suggested they should take a break, she thought he meant together, so she rented a holiday cottage in the picturesque village of Hideaway Down for the p Take a break in Hideaway Down. It's the perfect place to find romance. Make new friends, meet up with old ones and maybe even fall in love. Happiness comes when you least expect it. When Rachel Simpson’s boyfriend, Drew, suggested they should take a break, she thought he meant together, so she rented a holiday cottage in the picturesque village of Hideaway Down for the perfect, autumn getaway surprise. Except she was the one who got the surprise, and now she is spending a week alone in a cottage by the sea. Not quite the fun, romantic break she was hoping for. Lucas Webb needs to get his act together – or so his friends keep telling him. He’s been like a bear with a sore head since his girlfriend dumped him… and that was several months ago. Perhaps a change of scene is what he needs. At least he still has Monty, his beloved dog… and a break by the sea will probably do them both some good. Is it simply bad luck that this is one of the wettest, windiest autumn weeks since records began? Or does the universe work in mysterious ways?

30 review for Dancing in the Rain: Hideaway Down

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rachel Gilbey

    It turns out a new Emily Harvale book on my kindle is pretty much irresistible, and so I started this within a few days of it appearing. Within a few pages the book, to pardon an expression from new to the series Billy Brookes, felt like a pair of old worn slippers. Just what you need after a hard day at work, something very warm and comfortable to slip inside - which is just what Dancing in the Rain is, especially to fans of the Hideaway Downs series. This is the fourth book in this series and It turns out a new Emily Harvale book on my kindle is pretty much irresistible, and so I started this within a few days of it appearing. Within a few pages the book, to pardon an expression from new to the series Billy Brookes, felt like a pair of old worn slippers. Just what you need after a hard day at work, something very warm and comfortable to slip inside - which is just what Dancing in the Rain is, especially to fans of the Hideaway Downs series. This is the fourth book in this series and can easily be read as a standalone, but given how good the other books are, and the fact they are all fairly quick and highly enjoyable to read, I'd still recommend starting from the beginning. There are updates to all the recurring characters of the series, as well as some new guests to the cottages. In Vine Cottage we have Billy Brookes who is a builder in his fifties, that Janet is very happy to meet...after all she has been looking for a builder for months. In Ivy Cottage, we have Rachel Simpson, who has very recently been dumped by her boyfriend Drew. She originally booked the cottage after he had suggested they go on a break...but that wasn't quite the sort of break he meant, and so she is dreading a week alone in a cottage, especially when arriving in the pouring rain. Then in Mistletoe Cottage is Lucas and Monty. Monty is a loveable dog, and Lucas has also got a quite recent ex. He has been told by his friends he needs to get away for a bit, and found this cottage. Again arriving in the rain isn't quite what he had in mind. After a power cut on their first night, Lucas and Rachel spend quite a bit of time together and lets just say their holidays take a turn for the better, despite the un holiday like weather! Although Hideaway Down is not looking its best, the sense of camaraderie and community spirit is still present, and lots of the action takes place in local pub The Snowdrop Inn. There are great pillar of community communication, so that anything that happens is around the village, before you have taken your next breath. It was fantastic to see the Gaggle Gang are still about, and if you have no idea what a Gaggle gang is, then I do urge you to read the first book, to see just what these geese are all about! Dancing in the Rain is a great autumnal book, given the incredibly dodgy weather that is usually present in the fall, but will be an enjoyable book whenever you read it. It has a gradual romance that creeps up on two people, and there is a really romantic moment that fans of the series will love, and new people will still agree is lovely, even if they don't know the full back story to the moment. Dancing in the Rain, is a relatively short book, that is very quick to read, and I finished it in two reasonably short sittings. It is a pleasure to read, and is another incredibly good addition to the Hideaway Down series. Thank you to Emily Harvale for this review copy. This was my honest opinion.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Charmaine prewett

    Easy read Very easy read . Nice to have a glimpse of the characters from previous stories. Chapters not too long so you can easily put down and pick up later. Would recommend if you enjoy a light read with a bit of predictability

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Tyler

    Good read Oliver reading finalists collection of books it's best to read them in order as the characters are in all of the books Funny romantic read Wish there were more in the series Good read Oliver reading finalists collection of books it's best to read them in order as the characters are in all of the books Funny romantic read Wish there were more in the series

  4. 5 out of 5

    Gillian Jackson

    Very good story. I really enjoy returning to the same place and meeting characters I have met in previous books. It is frustrating when the story abruptly ends when girl gets boy or vice versa and you want to know about other characters or what happens next.

  5. 4 out of 5

    annemarie kelly

    Love this book Absolutely loved this book couldn't put it down for a second had to keep reading it I love happy ever afters such a romantic and funny book loved the way the characters come together in the end cant wait for the next book :) Love this book Absolutely loved this book couldn't put it down for a second had to keep reading it I love happy ever afters such a romantic and funny book loved the way the characters come together in the end cant wait for the next book :)

  6. 5 out of 5

    Collette

    Good read! A very good storyline. Love certainty can and does blossom that fast and can endure as strong as one that takes months to build. I speak from experience.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    Rachel and Lucas This is another cute love story in the series. I enjoyed the book but there were a fair number of tense and grammatical errors throughout the book.

  8. 4 out of 5

    alison mollison

    Want more books in this series. Light hearted and enjoyable reading Light hearted and great way to relax and escape for a while. Love all the books I've read. Thx xx Want more books in this series. Light hearted and enjoyable reading Light hearted and great way to relax and escape for a while. Love all the books I've read. Thx xx

  9. 5 out of 5

    G. McGavin

    Another great read. I have loved all the books in this series. They are feel good romance in each one, but have loved getting to know all the characters.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Mrs E Bowden

    Wonderful I really enjoyed this book and the characters are really well written and enjoyable to read I would recommend these books to anyone who enjoys cozy stories

  11. 5 out of 5

    Claire Frost

    Really enjoyed this

  12. 5 out of 5

    Mr P

    All 4 books Fantastic series of books well written and easy to read x x x x x x x x x x

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mrs Ann Davies

    Wonderful Enjoyed reading this last of the hideaway down novels. Emily has a way of making you feel like one of the characters and brings the place to life

  14. 5 out of 5

    Hannah Symonds

    I have always enjoyed Emily's books and this was a fantastic read too. This is book four of the Hideaway Down series, you can read it as a standalone but I would highly recommend reading the previous books as you can meet all the characters and you get a little bit of a background with them. Returning to Hideaway Down was like meeting friends that you haven't seen for a while and I couldn't wait to get stuck in. It is a really well written book and put together book. I even took this book on hol I have always enjoyed Emily's books and this was a fantastic read too. This is book four of the Hideaway Down series, you can read it as a standalone but I would highly recommend reading the previous books as you can meet all the characters and you get a little bit of a background with them. Returning to Hideaway Down was like meeting friends that you haven't seen for a while and I couldn't wait to get stuck in. It is a really well written book and put together book. I even took this book on holiday with me and when two ladies asked me what I was reading, I was happy to recommend this book and all of Emily's previous novels as they are just brilliant.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Tracey Harrison

    Loved this book, want to go and live there!

  16. 4 out of 5

    william cupito

  17. 5 out of 5

    Phillis Meyer

  18. 4 out of 5

    eve allan

  19. 5 out of 5

    Ruth Ward

  20. 4 out of 5

    MRS S P STEVENS

  21. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Street

  22. 5 out of 5

    Tracey Ibbetson

  23. 5 out of 5

    Lori Bents

  24. 4 out of 5

    Anne-maree Goodwin

  25. 5 out of 5

    penny smith

  26. 5 out of 5

    rff

  27. 5 out of 5

    S C Tester

  28. 5 out of 5

    jacqui archer

  29. 4 out of 5

    Evan Brewer

  30. 4 out of 5

    janet

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