Would you swap sea and sunshine for tinsel and turkey?
Gabby Sanderson is used to being let down – even at Christmas. Which is why she’s happy to skip the festive season completely in favour of a plane ticket and sunnier climes.
But this Christmas could be different, because this time she might not be spending it alone. Can Owen Cooper charm Gabby into loving Christmas in the same way he’s charmed his way into her life, or is he just another person who’ll end up disappointing her?
This is a sequel to ‘A Little Christmas Faith’ but can be read as a standalone.
It’s a beautiful Christmas story and I loved the little jokes the author added. The book is fluently written and it’s very nice to reconnect with the characters from the previous book mixing with new ones. We get to know them a bit better and the whole atmosphere cries festive season. Add a lot of love, romance and snow and you are, even if it’s only the middle of October, ready to decorate your own tree at home.
There was nothing I did not like and bring on book 3, I would say.
Christmas, here we come! 4 stars.
Thank you, Kathryn Freeman, RachelsRandomResources and Choc Lit.
About the author
Kathryn was born in Wallingford, England but has spent most of her life living in a village near Windsor. After studying pharmacy in Brighton she began her working life as a retail pharmacist. She quickly realised that trying to decipher doctor’s handwriting wasn’t for her and left to join the pharmaceutical industry where she spent twenty happy years working in medical communications. In 2011, backed by her family, she left the world of pharmaceutical science to begin life as a self-employed writer, juggling the two disciplines of medical writing and romance. Some days a racing heart is a medical condition, others it’s the reaction to a hunky hero…
With two teenage boys and a husband who asks every Valentine’s Day whether he has to bother buying a card again this year (yes, he does) the romance in her life is all in her head. Then again, her husband’s unstinting support of her career change goes to prove that love isn’t always about hearts and flowers – and heroes can come in many disguises.