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    This is a must read

    Journalist Tia Armstrong has recently lost her mum. After taking time away from work she returns but still doesn’t feel ready to face the world. Her boss thinks that a small working holiday may be in order and sends her off to Holly Cove in South Wales, a small seaside town. The place is gorgeous, especially when a cleaner turns up telling Tia she is there to help her relax and that also she was surprised to see her at the cottage as the owner doesn’t normally rent it out. Tia’s working holiday is to interview couples about how they keep their romance alive. She doesn’t particularly feel ready for meeting new people but knows that she can’t wallow forever. This is the first book I have read by Lucy Coleman/Linn B Halton and I’m sure not going to make this the last. The book is just wonderful from the beginning – New York my favourite place in the world – to the very last page. Throughout I had a lot of empathy for Tia. I remember only too well what it was like when my dad died, not long after Christmas 2016, as well as the falling out of the family afterward, just like Tia’s brother. The character development was just perfect and whilst the plot unfolded slowly, I believe this is a book that needed to be devoured rather than read quickly. I love books set at Christmas and can’t get enough of them, they really are heartwarming and this is no different. I completely lost myself whilst submerged in the story, the whole way through I was fully engaged and I didn’t want it to end. This is a must read and one of the best books of 2018.
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    Great Read

    I really enjoyed the story line and the development of each of the characters. Lucy has a great easy way of developing her cast and storyline!
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    Snow flakes over HollyCove

    Modern day romance that has conflict much misunderstanding an d families who are not speaking to each other. TIA a journalist comes to rent an d work at NIC.s cottage. Nice is unhappy man. Interesting developments take place. Good
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