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  • Slieigh Rides and Silver Bells at

    This was a lovely book from start to finish. very Chrismassy and a nice romance

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  • Fenland Christmas

    Anna is not a fan of Christmas - that may just be the understatement of the century. She professes to hate it but it soon becomes apparent is that she actually fears the season because of the bad memories it recalls for her. So, as an independent Girl Friday she sets out to find the perfect place to spend Christmas - somewhere where it won't be celebrated. Accepting a role as carer to Catherine Connelly she sets off for East Anglia and finds herself at the enchanting Wynthorpe Hall. The role isn't quite what it seems but she is used to that, what she isn't used to is the merging of staff and family into one clan, all of them determined that she won't be leaving when her contract comes to an end. Told entirely from Anna's perspective she comes across as a petulant, but reserved character initially and I just wanted to shake her. Slowly the warmth of the place and the people begins to work it's magic on Anna and she opens her mind to Christmas and, with the help of Jamie Connelly, her heart too. The story jogs along completely engagingly and you feel sucked into the bonhomie radiating from it's very pages. Everyone at Wynthorpe Hall has a tale to tell and they are weaved into the story seamlessly. When I started reading I had an epiphany, this town was familiar. where else would you get twin Christmas Trees in the market square? Yep, we are back in Wynbridge for the Festive season. Another Yuletide treat must surely be in store and it was charming to read that the traditions started and continued in Mince Pies and Mistletoe at The Christmas Market are still going strong - as are Ruby and Steve. I have to admit that Heidi Swain is one of those authors I forget about. Yet, a quick trawl through my Kindle shows that I have already read 4 of her 5 books and remember thoroughly enjoying everyone of them and, yes, I have bought the fifth and plan on re-reading the other 3. Tales of romance in a charming picture postcard village what isn't there to like?

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  • Bravo

    Once I started reading the book I couldn’t put it down. It was a delight to read from start to finished. I thoroughly enjoyed it

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