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By: Krissi Morris

Forever and a Day

Pages: 328 Ratings: 5.0
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Life is never dull in the seaside village of Trentmouth on the Dorset coast. Molly and Alistair await the joyous arrival of another new life into the family and to their friends they are the perfect happy couple. Bertie finally opens his vegetarian beachside café with the support of his wife Lucy, a midwife at the local hospital. The Reverend Suzanne has caused quite a stir in sleepy Trentmouth and Lady Isobel has plans of her own at the Manor.

Tranquillity is short-lived when Molly has to make some serious decisions about the veterinary practice she has worked so hard to build; Lucy’s health is threatened and she is faced with imminent changes at the hospital and the ‘Rev’ has ruffled one too many feathers.

Molly, Lucy and Suzanne continually find themselves thrown together for mutual help and support turning this quiet little backwater of village life upside down in ways they had not expected – will life for them ever be the same again?

Krissi was born in Yorkshire and now lives in Dorset on the Isle of Purbeck with her husband Bob. After spending the last 20 years in the world of estate agency she is now retired. So with the family grown up she is free to spend her time indulging in her love of walking, gardening, volunteering and at last her passion for writing.

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  • Clair Bossons

    Forever and a Day is the third book in the series written by Krissi Morris. It is the perfect book to curl up and read whilst enjoying a slice of cake and a cup of tea. I really enjoyed catching up with the lives of the familiar characters that appeared in Krissi’s first two novels. It is set in the seaside village of Trentmouth on the Dorset coast and I loved the references to places that I was familiar with in Wareham.
    Trentmouth is certainly not a sleepy seaside village. Catch up with Molly and Alastair as they welcome a new baby into the world. Suzanne, the local vicar, as she tries to put her own stamp on her new parish church with the plans that she unveils. Bertie welcomes another member of staff help to run his café and Lady Isobel has plans of her own to transform the Manor into a Wedding venue.
    I found Krissi’s description of life with a newborn to be very relatable. I loved reading about the strong friendship between Molly and Lucy and the way that everyone pulled together to offer help when needed. I particularly liked the introduction of a “villain” into the mix in the form of Jeremy. I don’t want to give too much away and give too many spoilers but this was a fun read and I hope there will be a fourth book in the series!

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