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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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    Another cosy read

    This is a very easy read whether you’re a previous fan of the cosy kettle books or new to the series. This book features Becca as the main character, she’s very relatable with her perceived weakness and desire to change herself but she’s also a genuinely likeable person. It was good to catch up with the regulars from the cosy kettle especially the book club who make for a wonderful cast of characters in the truest sense. I enjoyed the book overall however there was a predictability to it which slightly marred it. That said it’s a very cosy and lighthearted read which entertained me throughout.
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    A Wonderful Festive Treat!

    This book was always going to be a winner for a dessert foodie like myself. With a gorgeous front cover and a book synopsis that mentions mince pies and steaming gingerbread lattes , it was as though “A Christmas Wish and a Cranberry Kiss at the Cosy Kettle” was written especially for me, though the title is a bit of a mouthful! Having previously read 'New Starts and Cherry Tarts at the Cosy Kettle' I was keen to read this novel and catch up with Becca. After a failed romance, twenty-five-year-old Becca is living with her best friend Zac in a little stone cottage in the cosy village of Honeyford. But serving the friendly locals in the Cosy Kettle with a welcoming smile isn't easy as Becca’s shyness is holding her back from making her mark on the café. To make matters worse, her crush on blond-haired, blue-eyed local heart-throb Logan is growing stronger each day. Her Christmas wishes are to completely reinvent herself, bring roaring success to the Cosy Kettle and get together with Logan under the mistletoe. But what about Zac, who thinks she is already perfect? Set in the Cotswolds in the run-up to Christmas, this latest instalment in the series brought no disappointments. The opening chapters drew me into the story and captured my attention immediately. There was a lot going on and many of the characters were very funny and easy to relate to, though it would have been good to see more of my favourites from before, such as Callie and Flora. I particularly liked the highly amusing parts that included Callie’s unusual Grandfather, Stanley, who continued to thrill as he tried to regain his youth. Liz Eeles’ writing style is very natural, with a good steady pace. Delightful and entertaining “A Christmas Wish and a Cranberry Kiss at the Cosy Kettle” is a quick, light read and it’s a great book with which to curl up on the sofa, along with a mug of hot chocolate and a huge slice of Christmas cake. A fabulous Christmastime read that I am delighted to recommend. {Thank you to NetGalley, Bookouture and Liz Eeles for the complimentary copy and for giving me the opportunity to offer an honest review.}
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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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    Return to Honeyford

    I received a free copy of A CHRISTMAS WISH AND A CRANBERRY KISS AT THE COSY KETTLE (Book 3 of the Cosy Kettle Series) by Liz Eeles in exchange for an honest review. Becca is twenty-five and thinks she’s doing pretty well. Becca’s living with her best friend Zac, managing the Cosy Kettle, and happily interacting with the Honeyford regulars. After a couple of bad days where both her boss and her regular customers demonstrate how little faith they have in Becca’s abilities, Becca decides to change for the better. Becca decides she wants to be more like her fraternal twin sister who’s the bright shining star of her parents’ eyes and who’s perpetually successful in all aspects of life. Becca, with a little help from her friends, begins to make the changes she believes will give other confidence in her. This is Becca’s journey learning that it is confidence in herself and the love of those who always have loved her that truly matters. In this book, Becca learns that being your best self does not mean having to become someone else. A little courage can get you everything you never knew you wanted. The author’s notes indicate this is the final book in the Cosy Kettle Series. I enjoyed my time with the fun villagers of Honeyford. #AchristmasWishAndAcranberryKissAtTheCosyKettle #NetGalley
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