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    Lovely Christmas story

    Interesting, informative and funny story with a lovely ending
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    Theres snow romance like a Sue Moorcroft Christmas

    A cosy Christmas romance that isn't … Lily Cortez and her sister haven't had the most conventional of childhoods having two mums, but she is shocked to discover that her father wasn't an anonymous donor or even a one-night stand as she had always believed but a man that her biological mother had an affair with. Trying to connect with her siblings she moves to Middledip where her half-brother Harrison Tubb (Tubb the pub) owns the village pub. Working part-time at the pub while starting her own fledgling career designing exhibition stands, she enjoys village life and getting to know her brother, even if she hasn't plucked up the courage to let Tubb know their connection. When Tubb has a heart attack he hires a temporary landlord, Isaac, to run the pub while he recuperates with his brother Garrison in Switzerland, coincidentally Garrison works for a Swiss company which sells British foodstuffs and his company has invited Lily to design an exhibition stand for their products at some Christmas Fairs in Switzerland, Lily has managed to persuade them that having the local village signing group singing Christmas songs will add an authentic British air to the stand and is busy making travel plans for the group to drive to Switzerland. This has got everything you would expect from a Sue Moorcroft Christmas novel: carols, turkey, snowballs, romance, dogs, a village pub, tinsel and a bit of angst to leaven the sweetness. I thoroughly enjoyed the Middletones trip to Switzerland, the drama of village life and the burgeoning romance between Isaac and Lily. Recommended for fans of charming Christmas novels set in small English villages, road trips and Dalmatian dogs. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.

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