Real estate agent Iris enjoys finding the perfect property for her clients. At the moment she’s trying to relocate history researcher Aidan, who has finally come to terms with moving on after his wife’s death. Empty nester and knitter Vina is also ready to move on from the home her cheating husband gave her out of guilt. Josie wants her young son brought up somewhere with room to run around with a dog, rather than an exclusive London apartment. And artist Patrick wants a space with the right walls to hang his paintings. As Iris tries to find them all their dream home, she gets caught up in a relationship from her past. Told from the perspectives of several very relatable characters, the story is a heartwarming one, with all, in one way or another, having to move on with their lives. I really enjoyed the house-hunting theme but found it all wrapped up – ever so neatly – but then continued on for a few more unnecessary chapters.