Narrated By: Candida Gubbins
Duration: 12 hours and 13 minutes
What to expect
A Walk in Wildflower Park was originally published as a four-part serial. This is the complete story in one package.
Anna thought she’d found The One – until he broke off their engagement exactly a year before their wedding day. Hoping new surroundings will do her the world of good, she moves in to a place of her own on the edge of gorgeous Wildflower Park.
With the help and friendship of her neighbour Sophie, Anna quickly settles in and pledges to focus on her career, but a handsome new colleague seems determined to thwart her attempts at every turn. And when she receives a text from a mystery man, it looks as though an unlikely romance is on the horizon…
Is Anna about to be swept off her feet by someone she really shouldn’t be falling for? Or could this be the new start she needs and deserves?
Full of warmth and humour, this charming novel will delight fans of Debbie Johnson, Cathy Bramley and Jill Mansell.
Modern & contemporary fiction, Contemporary romance
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** Praise for Bella Osborne’s books **
‘A Walk in Wildflower Park is pure escapism – full of wit, warmth, humour, and a moving look at the friendships and relationships that make us all tick.’ – Debbie Johnson
‘Bella Osborne has such a nice touch with description … I was utterly charmed’ – Sue Moorcroft
‘Absolutely brilliant. It's funny, heartwarming, entertaining and I couldn't put it down’ – Phillipa Ashley
‘I really enjoy Bella Osborne’s books’ – Katie Fforde
‘A warm and engaging story with relatable characters who will worm their way into your heart. A great read!’ – Talli Roland
‘Loved it! Believable characters, a sweetly told, lovely story… a great read’ – Jane Lovering
‘Romance, comedy, and mystery abound in this delightful British novel’ – I Read That Book!
‘A great read, with some really special moments… so beautiful and romantic’ – Annie’s Book Corner
‘A well-written and charming tale.’ – Paris Baker’s Book Nook
'Makes me feel like I should be reading it while wearing a tea dress, drinking posh coffee from a china cup and eating Victoria sandwich cake with a dainty little fork. It's charming, adorable, amusing and all those sorts of words' – Escape Into Words