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Spring Mischief by Caroline Kington
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Spring Mischief

by Caroline Kington

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Caroline Kington's delightful rural romantic comedy - set in the fictional West Country village of Summerstoke - follows the fortunes of the Tucker family as they struggle to make ends meet in an increasingly challenging world. Their arch-enemies, the Lesters, are pressing them to sell their dairy farm; the Tucker brothers are at one another's throats over their wildly differing approaches to modern farming; love - or at least lust - is in the air; and just to complicate matters further, a TV crew has arrived in Summerstoke to film a romantic comedy series.… (more)

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