Today marks the publication of Kitty Wilson‘s debut novel, The Cornish Village School: Breaking the Rules.
In a sweet Cornwall village, headteacher Rosy needs to save her school, and it looks like newcomer Matt has the answer. The trouble is that his presence threatens to unravel her carefully organised life.
Throw in one dark secret, Matt’s spoilt but perfectly groomed celebrity sister and a PTA run with the ruthless efficiency of a biker gang, and watch as Rosy’s world threatens to disintegrate.
Can she harness all the chaos, let herself love again, and keep the school safe from closure?
The Cornish Village School: Breaking the Rules is a comedy with heart that explore the fears of commitment and social opprobrium in a light-hearted and laugh-out-loud way. It is the first in a planned series featuring Rosy and her exploits both in and outside school and is ideal for readers of Jenny Colgan, Holly Martin and Jill Mansell.
Kitty Wilson has lived in Cornwall for the last twenty-five years, having moved there as a teenager. Despite her initial resistance, she is now remarkably grateful to her parents for their foresight and wisdom.