Anna’s life in a small, peaceful village is just perfect for her.
Uneventful and calm, Callerton is a tiny community that depends on the local grocery shop which Anna proudly manages.
Until one day, when Mr Wilson, the shop’s owner, tells her that’s he’s closing the unprofitable shop.
Anna is devastated and at a total loss about what to do with the rest of her life.
Slightly cheered up by a successful date with local heart-throb, close friend and handy-man, Matthew Greig, Anna is left disappointed again when the date fails to spark anything more.
But when Anna attends a charity dance in the village hall, her luck seems to be changing.
She meets the handsome and charming Don, a visitor from Canada who is intent on sweeping her off her feet.
Their romance very quickly blossoms into much more and when Don returns to Calgary, Anna decides to join him for a well-deserved holiday.
Life in the busy and bustling city of Calgary is unlike anything that Anna has ever experienced – friendly but crowded, humid and polluted.
Don is madly in love with Anna and longs to take their relationship to the next level. When he asks Anna to move to Calgary, she has a huge decision to make.
In spite of her feelings for Don and the promise of a new and exciting life in Canada, something is pulling her back to Callerton…
Is this where her heart truly belongs?
Could the answer to her happiness have been staring her in the face all this time?
It Was Always You is a touching novella about looking for love in all the wrong places when it’s right in front of you all along.
Praise for Miranda Barnes:
“A sparkling romance set in rural England” – Holly Kinsella, bestselling author of ‘Uptown Girl’.
Miranda Barnes has lived in Northumberland nearly all her life, and most of her romantic fiction is set in the area she has come to love. Contemporary and authentic, her novels focus on the loves and lives of local people - shop assistants, craft workers, and farming and fishing folk. She is also the author of ‘All She Ever Wanted’, ‘A New Beginning’ and ‘A Place of Her Own’.
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