When midwinter magic brings you home for Christmas …
When Emmy Berry arrives at Hartsford Hall to work at the Frost Fayre she immediately feels at home. Which is odd because she’s never set foot in the place in her life.
Then a freak blizzard leaves her stranded and things get even weirder when she bumps into Tom Howard. Tom and Emmy have never met before but neither can ignore the sense that they know each other.
With Christmas fast approaching and the weather showing no sign of improving it soon becomes apparent that Hartsford Hall has a little bit of midwinter magic in store for them both …
The author takes us back to Hartsford Hall and I am happy to be reunited with some familiar faces. As usual, there are some new kids on the block whose past and present mix well in this wonderful series.
Add a Christmassy background to this tale and you feel the emotions even more. Of course you can wait two months before you read the book, but why should you? It’s so wonderful and well written that, as you can see, I could not resist it’s call any longer.
If I have to compare the books, I can honestly say that is one pulled my heartstrings the most.
I did never really like time travel, but Kirsty Ferry changed my mind and made me fully appreciate the genre. For this I am very grateful, because I would not have wanted to miss out on these books. If I could give 6 stars, I would.
Thank you, Kirsty Ferry and Choc Lit.
About the author
Kirsty Ferry is from the North East of England and lives there with her husband and son. She won the English Heritage/Belsay Hall National Creative Writing competition and has had articles and short stories published in various magazines. Her work also appears in several anthologies, incorporating such diverse themes as vampires, crime, angels and more.
Kirsty loves writing ghostly mysteries and interweaving fact and fiction. The research is almost as much fun as writing the book itself, and if she can add a wonderful setting and a dollop of history, that’s even better.
Her day job involves sharing a building with an eclectic collection of ghosts, which can often prove rather interesting.