Today I’m taking part in the blog tour for A White Christmas on Winter Street. Many thanks to Rachel’s Random Resources for having me on the tour and sending me a copy of the book to review.
When Sky Terran returns to the village of Middledip after losing the job she loves, she anticipates a quiet Christmas getting used to her new life. However, the annual street decoration competition is coming up and this year, the residents of Winter Street are determined to win.
As she is pulled into the preparations, Sky quickly grows to love the quirky, tight-knit community she is now part of. Including the extremely handsome Daz, who soon becomes more than just a friendly neighbour.
But when Daz’s ex turns up determined to win him back and it seems he might not be the man Sky thought he was, she remembers how much allowing people into her life – and heart – can hurt. As the snow falls, will she and Daz find a way through – and help win a Christmas victory for Winter Street?
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The Review: As happens every now and then, life gets in the way of blogging commitments and I don’t always manage to catch up. This is one of those occasions where I’ve started this book but not been able to finish it yet. However what I can do is review what I’ve read so far. Sky didn’t have the best start in life so when things change unexpectedly it tilts her world on its axis, forcing her to change and work out what to do next. What she does makes perfect sense and I’m not giving away spoilers by saying she moves to a new home. I loved the home, the descriptions of the building and the rooms inside made it sound like the perfectplace to live.
The village Sky moves to sounds lovely as well. It comes across as really welcoming and with such a sense of community, particularly on Winter Street itself, where she lives. The street decoration competition is important to the Winter Street residents and getting the outside of the house ready for it gives Sky the opportunity to get to know more of her neighbours and clearly shows the community feeling that exists.
There’s a lot going on in the part of the book that I’ve reached. There are questions to be answered about some of the characters and there’s obviously the street decoration competition results to come as well but this is a book that so far is warm and cosy and uplifting. It shows that even the smallest amount of kindness can make sure a difference to people and, although change is scary it can also be something positive if you’re willing to take the chance.
Sue Moorcroft is a Sunday Times bestselling author and has reached #1 spot on Amazon Kindle UK as well as top 100 in the US. She’s won the Goldsboro Books Contemporary Romantic Novel Award, Readers’ Best Romantic Novel award and the Katie Fforde Bursary. Sue’s emotionally compelling, feel-good novels are currently released by publishing giant HarperCollins in the UK, US and Canada and by other publishers in other countries. Her short stories, serials, columns, writing ‘how to’ and courses have appeared around the world.
Born in Germany into an army family, Sue spent much of the rest of her childhood in Cyprus and Malta but settled in Northamptonshire, England aged ten. She loves reading, Formula 1, travel, time spent with friends, dance exercise and yoga.
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