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  • Christmassystem delight

    This gorgeous Christmas story is set in Hartsford Hall and is a stand alone book but part of a series. It starts with Emmy arriving at the Hall to run a stall for the the Frost Fayre after a booked stakeholder has dropped out. Almost immediately the Hall recognises her and the door to the past is opened. With Tom already due to stay there with his sister for Christmas the lives of Millie and Charles, Tom and Emmy will intermingle. This is a great romance tieing four lives together forever. If you enjoy Christmas you will love this book! It is about everything romantic and Christmassy, it wraps you up in a cosy blanket. Enjoy with a bar of chocolate and hot drink and be totally cosseted. You never know, you might even be fortunate enough to receive another book in the series under your tree!

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  • An early Christmas gift!

    This is a sweet little novella in Kirsty’s Hartsford series – I would really like to visit there myself – perhaps find my own destiny? (Though I’ve left it a bit late!) Hartsford Hall works its magic again – Emmy has never been there before, and is stranded there over Christmas by the weather, but she feels completely comfortable and at home, a feeling intensified by her meeting with Tom, formerly emotionally flighty brother of Kate from the local folk museum. Tom also recognises his ‘other half’ and so a story originally tragic, reaches a much better conclusion. What more can I say? Well worth reading – no effort required at all!

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  • A lovely Christmas Story!

    Kirsty once again weaves the magic of Hartford Hall. This is a lovely story to get you in the mood for Christmas as Tom and Emmy experience the Hartsford Hall mystery for themselves, helped by the ghosts of the past and familiar characters from previous novels, Kirsty slips expertly in and out of nineteenth and twentieth centuries with characters you care about and want to see happy. It is like spending time with old friends, I loved it, I just wished it had been longer. I didn't want it to end.

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  • Perfect Christmas read!

    Two romantic stories in one! In the first will Tom and Emmy fall in love in the romantic setting of Hartsford Hall. But what about the pair of lovers who fell in love there over 100 years ago? How are they connected?

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