I'd love to be able to thank Amazon for sorting it out quickly and efficiently. I can't, and that's all I'm going to say.
More importantly, if you did read it when there was a sudden jump, please give this series another try, because it's as gentle and wry as the Amy Hammond mystery series. No sex, no violence, no racy romances. (Gosh, I'm doing a good job of selling this!) This series is about people falling in love again or falling into friendship first. It's about people who still love each other but life's been so busy that they've lost sight of themselves.
If you've ever wondered 'who am I?' then this one's for you. If you've ever dreamed of living by the sea, then it'll appeal to you. If you've ever longed to be able to escape the world for a week or so while you thought things through, then the fictional Windy Bay is the place for you. And if you can't go there, then why not have a look at the Studland peninsula? I wouldn't tell just anyone about what's across the bay from the far better-known Sandbanks peninsula which has some of the most expensive houses in the UK. Nor would I mention that it's just down the coast from the famous Lulworth Cove and has much prettier beaches to most people either.
But you're my friends, so you deserve to see this picture of Lulworth Cove. Windy Bay is, obviously, much prettier and the tourists never seem to be able to find it. You, however, can visit any time you like in your imagination so I hope to see you soon.