She's left the rat race behind - but taken her contacts book with her . . .
You can take the girl out of the city - but you can't take the city out of the girl. Jo Smiley abandons her Soho office and designer wardrobe to decamp to a draughty manor house wither her new husband, the divine Charlie. Happiness awaits: all they need is a plan to make it pay.
Perched on the edge of the moors, Fiddleford makes an ideal refuge from the media. And as the first few paparazzi-battered guests arrive, Jo allows herself to hope. The house might be crumbling, the chef temperamental, but the Fiddleford magic never fails . . . apparently.
But while for the guests happiness might be a warm cow's nose and a ramble in the wild and beautiful gardens, the local council has other ideas. Suddenly Jo and Charlie's rural retreat looks shaky. Can they fend off the officials, save their dream and stay on their own path to happiness?