#BlogTour #Review : Snowflakes over Holly Cove by Lucy Coleman. @rararesources @LucyColemanAuth

Blurb:  As the snowflakes start to fall, Holly Cove welcomes a new tenant to the beautiful old cottage on the beach…

For lifestyle magazine journalist Tia Armstrong, relationships, as well as Christmas, have lost all their magic. Yet Tia is up against a Christmas deadline for her latest article ‘Love is, actually, all around…’

So, Tia heads to Holly Cove where the restorative sea air and rugged stranger, Nic, slowly but surely start mending her broken heart.

Tia didn’t expect a white Christmas, and she certainly never dared dream that all her Christmas wishes might just come true…

Set in Caswell Bay on the stunningly beautiful Gower Coast, the cottage nestles amid the limestone cliffs and the woodlands, where the emotions run as turbulently as the wind-swept sea.

My Review: This is the first book I’ve read by Lucy Coleman but I’ve thoroughly enjoyed it. I’ve been reading it during my lunchbreaks at work and it’s completely transported me from inside the building to the Gower coast where I’ve heard waves crashing against the rocks, heard seagulls flying overhead and been immersed in long coastal walks and the cosy cottage itself. 

Tia is having to face something which almost everyone will have to deal with in their lives at some point and this is mainly the story of her recovering from that and moving on with her life, while assessing the changes and whether she is happy with where she is in life.  It’s brilliantly written as the story draws you in and has you understanding and empathising with Tia and following her story as it develops through the course of the book. 

I could enthuse about this book all day but I’d end up with worn out fingers from typing that long! This is such a relevant but also really lovely book. It feels more substantial than some of the other books in the genre which was nice and refreshing. Although the title mentions snowflakes, the first half of the book is set in the spring/summer so I would say that this book is ideal for reading at any time of year. It would, however, be a real treat on a rainy day or in the winter with a huge mug of hit chocolate topped with marshmallows and cream. Absolute heaven!
About the author:



From interior designer to author, Linn B. Halton – who also writes under the pen name of Lucy Coleman – says ‘it’s been a fantastic journey!’

Linn is the bestselling author of more than a dozen novels and is excited to be writing for both Aria Fiction (Head of Zeus) and Harper Impulse (Harper Collins); she’s represented by Sara Keane of the Keane Kataria Literary Agency.

When she’s not writing, or spending time with the family, she’s either upcycling furniture or working in the garden.


Linn won the 2013 UK Festival of Romance: Innovation in Romantic Fiction award; her novels have been short-listed in the UK’s Festival of Romance and the eFestival of Words Book Awards.

Living in Coed Duon in the Welsh Valleys with her ‘rock’, Lawrence, and gorgeous Bengal cat Ziggy, she freely admits she’s an eternal romantic.

Linn is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and writes feel-good, uplifting novels about life, love and relationships.

Visit Linn & Lucy’s website at: http://linnbhalton.co.uk/








2 thoughts on “#BlogTour #Review : Snowflakes over Holly Cove by Lucy Coleman. @rararesources @LucyColemanAuth

  1. Aww … what a lovely review, thank you so much! And for the being on the tour. You’ve certainly put a smile on my face this morning as I drag myself away from edits. I was in Italy (virtually) and as it’s freezing here in Wales today and woolly sock weather, I’m in need of a cocoa, too!

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