The Village Vet

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Random House, 2012 - East Devon (England) - 352 pages
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The fifth book in Cathy Woodman's hugely popular Talyton St George series

Each book in the Talyton St George series can be read as a standalone novel, but when Cathy first had the idea of writing about a vet practice, she intended it to be a trilogy about two vets - Maz and Alex. Their names are in brackets to show which books feature their story. All the other books have new characters, although Maz and Alex always crop up now and again.

Talyton St George, the story so far:

Trust Me, I'm a Vet (Maz and Alex)
Must Be Love (Maz and Alex)
The Sweetest Thing
It's a Vet's Life (Maz and Alex)
The Village Vet
Vets in Love
Country Loving
The Three of Us (Digital short story, companion to Follow Me Home)
Follow Me Home

'Woodman's warmth and wit are set to make her the next big thing in rural romance' - Daily Record

'An utterly compelling read with moments that brought tears to my eyes. I would definitely recommend it' - Candis

'Woodman weaves a beguiling tale grounded in her own experience' - Choice

'Great fun' - Sun

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User Review  - Felicity-Smith - LibraryThing

not the best of this series. A lot more predictable and a bit less "new" with the material. The writing is still very easy to read and it is a pleasant read when you are not feeling very deep. I ... Read full review

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About the author (2012)

CATHY WOODMAN began her working life as a small animal vet before turning to writing fiction. She won the Harry Bowling First Novel Award in 2002 and is a member of the Romantic Novelists' Association. She is also a sessional lecturer in Animal Management at a local college for land-based industries. Trust Me, I'm a Vet""is the first of a series about Talyton St George, a fictional market town in beautiful East Devon where Cathy lived as a child. Cathy now lives with her two children, two ponies, three exuberant Border Terriers and two cats in a village near Winchester, Hampshire.

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