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  • Highly recommended

    I read and liked the other books in this series and I loved this one. It's heartwarming and full of festive spirit, it made me smile and feel good. I rooted for the well written characters and enjoyed the well crafted plot. I look forward to reading other books by this author. Highly recommended. Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.

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  • Lovely story. Loved Becca's growth.

    My rating: 4.5 Stars Becca has dealt with heartbreak, but she is happy and is rooming with her best friend Zac. She has a lovely job working at the Cosy Kettle, and even has a chance for promotion. However, she is painfully shy. Can she overcome it enough to make some changes at the Cosy Kettle? When the opportunity to do just that comes around, in the form of a gorgeous man named Logan, Becca sees stars. Can she mix business and pleasure when it comes to Logan? Or will she soon discover that Zac could be much more than a roommate? What a yummy story! Not only are the treats Becca creates mouth-watering, but the warmth that comes from her finding her footing, and her true heart's desire made me so happy. I couldn't help but read this book in one sitting. I loved watching Becca grow and Zac's reactions to her. I truly enjoyed this book by Liz Eeles and reading more from her in the future will definitely be on my agenda. Many thanks to Forever and to NetGalley for this ARC for review. This is my honest opinion.

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  • The story is enjoyable, funny in parts

    This is the third book in the Cosy Kettle series and the third one that I have read and reviewed too. The first two books ‘New Starts and Cherry Tarts at the Cosy Kettle‘ and ‘A Summer Escape and Strawberry Cake at the Cosy Kettle‘, I reviewed earlier in the year and absolutely enjoyed them, so I couldn’t wait to begin this book. Each book has focused on a different resident of the small village of Honeyford and this book is no exception, this time the plot focuses on shy and reserved Becca who is the manager of the Cosy Kettle Cafe situated at the back of the bookshop on the high street. Becca left her life in Birmingham behind after a devastating break-up which really knocked her confidence. She moved in with her friend Zac and got herself a job running the cafe. After two problematic moments and a visit from her confident and beautiful twin sister Jasmine, Becca decides she needs to turn her life around and so makes herself a ‘wish list’ with six items she needs to complete or overcome before Christmas, including getting the man of her dreams, Logan. Can Becca fulfil her wish or will she realise that everything she ever needed was right there in front of her? I have really enjoyed reading the Cosy Kettle series of books and getting to know all the residents of Honeyford, especially the members of the book club, including Stanley, which meet in the cafe. Becca has been a prominent figure throughout the last two books so it was nice to see her get her story told and also to watch her grow and come out of her shell a little. In the first book I found bookshop owner Flora a little too harsh but I warmed to her in book two, however, I again found her a little too overbearing at times and I still don’t think anybody in their forties behaves and speaks the way Flora does, I would have put her at least another ten years old, if not more. The story is enjoyable, funny in parts, and filled with gorgeous mouth-watering cakes and drinks. It was wonderful to see Honeyford at Christmas in all it’s frosty, sparkly glory. Overall the book was so sweet and lovely and whilst it can be read as a standalone I would recommend reading the previous two books first, especially the first which has to be my favourite of the entire series.

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  • Entertaining

    Easy read, entertaining, funny and relatable.

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  • A lovely holiday read

    🎄REVIEW🎄 Having left heartbreak behind and moving to the friendly village of Honeyford, Becca has a job she adores as the Manager of the Cosy Kettle, and a best friend in her roommate Zac. But compared to her twin sister Jasmine, Becca feels unsuccessful and plain. Determined to improve her life, she creates a six-item wishlist which she feels will provide her with the life she so desires. Included in this list, is a date with the dreamy Logan. The cafe has a diverse cast of characters who make up a book club who meet regularly at the cafe and make Becca’s work life eventful. Indeed, one of the members happens upon Becca’s wishlist and shares this list with the rest of the book club. After several meetings, the book club develops the Becca improvement plan. Throw in having to makeover the cafe for Logan’s work event and Becca is in transition overload. What transpires is a funny, enchanting read full of Christmas spirit, friendship and introspection. I loved Becca’s character and her willingness to better herself but keeping the need to be true to herself. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and look forward to reading more from this author. Thank you to Netgalley and Bookouture for the ARC of this book in exchange for the honest review provided here. I rate this book ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️💫/5 stars.

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