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    Recommended!

    A lovely Christmas story that made me smile and crave for Christmas. It's heartwarming, funny and once you start reading you cannot stop. I love the likeable cast of characters, the setting and the plot. I look forward to reading other books by this author. Recommended! Many thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for this ARC, all opinions are mine.
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    Entertaining

    We have all done regrettable things after a few drinks but in this story Leah takes it to the extremes when she bids and ends up buying a Christmas Tree Farm after a few to many glasses of Prosecco whilst trying to forget seeing her boyfriend with another woman...... The farm looks nothing like it’s pictures , it’s fallen into disrepair and Leah knows nothing about Christmas Trees apart from how to decorate them so this is going to be an uphill battle as she learns the ropes and how to grow Christmas trees in the Scottish countryside .....oh and did I mention the pumpkin farmer next door !! Things are about to get interesting.... This book really captured my imagination, it flowed and I loved the characters. I even think I learnt a bit about growing Christmas Trees which I’m sure may come in handy one day but all joking aside this is a fun entertaining read with just the right magical mix of love and romance and it’s a perfect read to start the holiday season.
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    a charming five-star read

    Snowflakes at the Little Christmas Tree Farm by Jaimie Admans a charming five-star read. What a lovely and sweet read, it was sweet but also a little sparky and that just kept the story going and gave it a great depth. Leah as a character, just kept me hooked, she made me chuckle and I could imagine her as a good friend, one you could laugh over drinks with when you do stupid stuff (cough, cough). This is a great story and its also a great Christmas story, don’t miss this fabulous read.
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    Made my Day

    Ok so I wasn't feeling my best and thought a nice light hearted book was the way to go. I couldn't have made a better choice with Snowflakes at the Little Christmas Tree Farm. Who hasn't woke after a night of drinking and discovered they bought something online? Well I have, though I have never managed to buy a Christmas Tree Farm. Which is exactly what the main Character Leah does in the book. Upset and needing a change she decides to go and make the most of it. The main problem seems to be that she doesn't know anything about Christmas Trees or farming them. It also turns out the place isn't in the best of condition. Luckily Leah meets neighbour, Noel, who helps her find her feet and tells her what needs done on the farm to try and get it functional. Both have been hurt in the past but the friendship soon obviously blossoms. There is there are no real mystery in the book, with it being a rocky romance, however this is kind of the point isn't it? Author, Jaimie Adman, however still makes it an interesting and heartfelt read. So much so that i read it in one sitting. I love the characters and that she has Leah fight to learn everything she can so she can have her dream. Where a lot of people may have given in. I have already recommended to my Fellow Wine Lady last night and will continue to do so. Already admitted might be a little bias though as the farm is in Scotland, like myself.
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    Perfection

    I’m a big fan of this author and have loved everything she’s written...but with this book, I think Ms Admans has surpassed herself. I loved everything about this book. The setting....I mean a Christmas tree farm in Scotland, and the characters were well developed. I loved our heroine Leah, after she discovered her boyfriend/boss cheating on her at work, she dumps him, quits her job and drunkenly bids on a Christmas tree farm 100miles away. Reeling from her parents sudden death she sees this as a chance of a new life. Her naivety, vulnerability and determination makes her easy to love and root for. Our hero Noah has his own issues, and is very critical of Leah, but once he sees she’s committed to making the farm a success, he starts to open up and let his guards down. I’m not ashamed to say I fell a little in love with him. His Christmas tree puns had me in stitches. We were also introduced to a wonderful cast of secondary characters...wait till you meet Fiona and Fergus 🥰 Another amazing book from Ms Admans, and even though it’s 103 days till Christmas, I am feeling very festive now ❄️🎄
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