Book Blitz #Review : The Little Perfume Shop off the Champs-Elysees by Rebecca Raisin. @jaxandwillsmum @LoveReadRomance

This is the third and final book in The Little Paris Collection and having read and enjoyed the first two I couldn’t possibly not read the final book. Having said these are a collection, each book can be read as a stand alone. Many thanks to Rebecca Raisin and LRR Promos for having me on this blitz today. 

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Blurb:   What is French for falling in love?

When Del leaves small town America to compete in a perfume competition in Paris, she thinks it is just the next step on her five-year-plan. It’s an exciting opportunity. What started out as just a dream for Del and her twin sister is nearly in her grasp. If she wins this competition, they are on their way to opening their very own perfume boutique!

Arriving in Paris, watching the sun glinting off the Seine and wandering the Champs-Elysees, Del discovers the most perfect perfumery she’s ever seen. Yet, as the competition dawns Del realises that whilst she might have had the best nose in her small village, her competitors seem to know more than she could ever have dreamed. This competition isn’t going to be easy…

Del has the romance of Paris to sweep her away from her worries, but as the competition heats up, so does her desire for that which she cannot have! If only the dashing owner Sébastien didn’t smell so seductive, look so handsome and make her heart flutter like it never has before. They say love smells as sweet as a red rose in bloom, but Del would tell anyone that true love can’t be bottled – it’s beautiful and unique to everyone…even herself. With everything on the line for her future, can Del really let a little attraction get in the way of securing her dreams?

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Review: Out of these three Paris books the first one, The Little Bookshop On the Seine, has been my stand out favourite, I absolutely loved that book, but this one comes in at a very close second. For the first few pages we meet Del and see her arrive in Paris meeting some of the other people involved in the competition, it’s a quiet start and then suddenly off it takes and my feet barely touched the ground. I ran around Paris, mixed perfumes, visited other areas, met lots of people, struggled with the noise of the competitors and learnt more about perfume, including the fact that actually I wasn’t completely ignorant on the subject. 

This is a whirlwind of a story, you get caught up in Del’s competition, trying to decide whether you can or should trust any of the competitors, trying to work out what they are up to, if anything.  You spend time exploring Paris (I always love this part!) and feel Del’s struggles with confidence as she has trouble believing in herself. And then there is Sebastien who is a complicated mixture, he reminds me of Mr Darcy from Pride and Prejudice, he talks and can be interested and caring but at other times is almost sullen and withdrawn. 

Rebecca Raisin has a way of writing that is so evocative, it brings each and every scene to life.  I genuinely felt as if I was wandering round Paris with all the sights and sounds that come with it.  There are other scenes set elsewhere (not saying where as that would spoil it!) and while those are places I never visited before (unlike Paris) I could immediately see and smell everything there. The pace and feel of the story changed dramatically in these other places and that came across very strongly to me. It was almost like running a marathon and then going for a leisurely walk.  The characters are also well-described, each one has their own characteristics and mannerisms that make them so realistic you could easily bump into them on the street.

In short, this is a fabulous book. In reading I was transported somewhere almost magical and at the same cosy and welcoming. If you want something to transport you from the dreary weather (snow in April!), where you can meet realistic and, for some, larger than life characters and visit Paris without needing to leave the comfort of your sofa then this is the book for you.  

Author Info:

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Rebecca Raisin is a true bibliophile. This love of books morphed into the desire to write them. She’s been published in various short story anthologies and in in fiction magazines, and is now focusing on writing romance. Rebecca aims to write characters you can see yourself being friends with. People with big hearts who care about relationships, and most importantly believe in true love.
Author Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads

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Cover Reveal!! Zenka by Alison Brodie

I am thrilled to be taking part in the cover reveal for this book which Iam also reviewing in November. What a dramatic cover this is!! It just leapt off the screen at me when I first saw it. I can’t wait to read this book and I hope once you’ve seen the cover and read the synopsis that you’l be as excited as I am about it. 

Publication date: 6th November 2017
Genres: Adult, Romance, Thriller

“She’s the one to die for”

Zenka is a seductive Hungarian pole-dancer with a stubborn streak. When London mob boss, Jack Murray, saves her life she vows to become his guardian angel – whether he likes it or not.

“How can you be my guardian angel,” Jack scoffed. “You’re only five foot two.”

Zenka shrugged, “So vat? I am small, but a grenade is also small.”

Jack receives a letter saying he has a son, Nicholas. Nicholas is a wimp, bullied by his flatmate, pussy-whipped by his girlfriend and terrorised by his elderly patients.

Jack is delighted to be a dad, but he has to tread carefully. People are out to harm him and those close to him. Can he use his wealth, wiles and tough-guy contacts to make a man out of this mouse – before his enemies turn him into mincemeat?

Zenka takes charge. She’s going to “bring out the gorilla” in Nicholas. And she succeeds!

Nicholas transforms from pussycat to mad dog, falls in love with Zenka, and finds out exactly where the bodies are buried – because he buries them. He’s learning fast that sometimes you have to kill … or be killed.

As family ties become more disturbing, questions have to be asked:

How do you tell a mob boss you don’t want to be his son?

And is Zenka really who she says she is?

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ZENKA is a black comedy/crime thriller/romance set in gangland London in the weeks leading up to Christmas.

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Praise for ZENKA: “ZENKA is top of my list for best fiction this year. If Tina Fey and Simon Pegg got together to write a dark and hilarious mobster story with a happy ending, ZENKA would be the result!” -Lauren Sapala, Book Reviewer and Writers’ Coach.    

Link to 26 5* reviews for Alison Brodie’s last book, Brake Failure – ALL from top book bloggers: http://www.alisonbrodiebooks.com/untitled

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Alison Brodie is an internationally-published author. GOOD HOUSEKEEPING chose her debut for their Pick of the Paperbacks. The Scottish Daily Mail reviewed ‘Face to Face’: “Vain but wildly funny leading lady.”

Alison has a criminal record for busking/disturbance of the peace in Piccadilly Circus; speeding in Spain and hustling in Athens. She lives in Biarritz, where she can be found speaking unnintelligabuble French.

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Blog Tour Guest Post: Kiss Me at Willoughby Close

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Blurb: Welcome to Willoughby Close… a charming cluster of cozy cottages, each with a story to tell and a happy ending to deliver…

After her husband unexpectedly dies, Ava moves to Willoughby Close, trying to keep her chin up and herself to herself as she’s always done—not answering questions, not making friends, and not seeing much of a future. Her marriage was far from perfect, but it offered her a much-needed security that has now been ripped away. She’s not sure what to do now that she’s thirty-five, widowed, penniless… and unexpectedly pregnant with her late husband’s child.

Jace Tucker is the over-the-top sexy caretaker of Willoughby Manor, and he can see beneath Ava’s glamor girl act to the hurt she’s been hiding for so long. She has secrets for a reason—and so does he. The last thing she needs right now is a fling with a man who hides a past as regrettable as her own.

But with a baby to think about, and neighbors determined to be her friends, Ava finds herself starting to change and even more alarmingly, beginning to hope. Can Willoughby Close work its everyday magic on a woman like her? And when the past comes calling for both her and Jace, will they have to answer for their previous mistakes?

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Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/34457635-kiss-me-at-willoughby-close?ac=1&from_search=true

Amazon UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=x_gr_w_bb?tag=x_gr_w_bb_uk-21&index=books&keyword=Kiss+Me+at+Willoughby+Close

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Guest Post:  What Comes Out by Kate Hewitt

My books are fiction. I can’t actually imagine writing non-fiction—I’ve talked to writers who think it’s so much easier but definitely not for me! And yet a lot of non-fiction, as it were, comes out in my books without me even realizing it, at least not at first.

What I mean is, whatever I’m going through emotionally will seep into my writing. What I’m worried about, the struggles I’m facing, the fears that keep me up at night… somehow these slip slyly into my books without me even knowing it. As Red Smith said, ‘Writing is easy. You just open a vein and bleed.’

Writing can feel very exposing when you are putting yourself out there in the guise of your characters. In the Willoughby Close series, a lot of my feelings and fears about death and grief have come out through the character of Lady Stokeley and her battle with cancer. My father died of cancer last year and I helped to nurse him through the final weeks and days of his illness, and then held his hand as he died. It was a profound experience for me, one that held both joy and terrible sorrow, and it has definitely influenced my writing in a big way. A lot of Lady Stokeley’s emotional journey, as well as those of the characters affected by her, is shaped by the time I spent with my father.

I’m writing the last book in the series now, and I’ve been a little bit surprised at how emotional it has made me! Sometimes I’ve teared up as I’m writing, which is hopefully a good sign that my readers will be similarly connected to the story ☺

The series isn’t all about death and sadness though, far from it! Kiss Me at Willoughby Close has a lot of humor and banter between Jace and Ava that was super fun to write. I can’t wait to share this book with readers.

Happy Reading,

Kate

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About Kate Hewitt

Kate is the USA Today bestselling author of over 40 books of women’s fiction and romance. She is the author of the Hartley-by-the-Sea series, set in England’s Lake District and published by Penguin. She is also, under the name Katharine Swartz, the author of the Tales from Goswell books, a series of time-slip novels set in the village of Goswell. Other series include the Emigrants Trilogy, the Amherst Island Trilogy, and the Falling For The Freemans series.

She likes to read romance, mystery, the occasional straight historical and angsty women’s fiction; she particularly enjoys reading about well-drawn characters and avoids high-concept plots.

Having lived in both New York City and a tiny village on the windswept northwest coast of England, she now resides in the English Cotswolds with her husband, five children, and an overly affectionate Golden Retriever. You can read about her life at http://www.acumbrianlife.blogspot.co.uk.

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Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/katehewitt1

Blog Tour Extract: Dreaming of Venice by T.A. Williams

I adore Venice, I’ve visited more than once and each time I go I feel like I’m going home.  The city speaks to me in a way that no other city ever has but for some reason I’ve never read a book that’s been set there.  Having this one pop up in my emails changed that, it sounded light and bright and has the exploration of Venice from someone who is visiting it for the first time.  How could I possibly turn down the chance of being involved in this blog tour……clearly I didn’t so read on and get a taste of the book from the extract that I have for you.

 

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Synopsis:  Find love, friendship and prosecco – in the magical city of Venice.

Life is tough for Penny. A dead end job in a London café, a boyfriend in Australia (what could go wrong?) and an art career going nowhere. But then Penny is approached with an extraordinary proposition.

It isn’t going to be easy but, if she can pull it off, she will turn her life around and at long last see the fulfillment of her dream – to visit Venice. And, just maybe, find true happiness with the handsome man of her dreams.

But can dreams come true?

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Penny studied the woman more closely. She was probably four or five years older than her, maybe thirty or so. She was well-groomed and looked affluent. Penny suppressed a sigh of jealousy.

‘Is there somewhere we could talk for a moment?’ The woman was looking around warily.

‘Er, yes. Are you a journalist or something?’ Penny led the woman across to a table in the far corner and ran a cloth over a seat before indicating she should sit down.

‘No, nothing like that, Penny.’ The woman, Caroline, sat down tentatively, but avoided putting her arms on the table top. Penny nodded to herself. Although she knew that Spiro kept the Apocalypse spotlessly clean, the battered appearance of the furniture could be off-putting, especially to somebody wearing an expensive light-coloured coat. Caroline waited until Penny had sat down opposite her before starting to explain. ‘No, I came to see you to ask if you might be interested in a job.’ Seeing the surprise on Penny’s face, she was quick to expand. ‘Not a full-time job. You could still carry on working here most of the time, if that’s what you want.’

Working at the Apocalypse certainly wasn’t what Penny wanted, but a job was a job, and she had grown close to the boys, Jimmy in particular, over the months she had been here. She looked across the table. ‘What sort of job?’ She saw the other woman hesitate, shooting a wary glance around the room before replying. Her voice dropped to little more than a whisper.

‘How would you feel about meeting me somewhere we can talk more freely?’

Penny began to get a bad feeling about this. Was this some sort of attempt to recruit her to the secret service? Or maybe the woman was some sort of pimp, trying to sign her up for a life of prostitution just like Jimmy and Piotr had suggested. Caroline must have seen the suspicion on her face as she was quick to reassure her.

‘It’s nothing underhand. Please don’t worry. It’s just that my employer is a very private person and I’ve been given strict instructions that what I have to say must be strictly between the two of us.’

Penny nodded. Although several tables separated them from the counter, Spiro was leaning forward nonchalantly, his good ear trained on their corner. Not a lot escaped him. She took another good look at Caroline. She looked trustworthy enough and she was very well spoken. Maybe if they were to meet in a public place there would be no harm in it. She nodded again and the other woman made a suggestion. ‘Do you know the JC coffee shop below the Metropole Hotel halfway along Piccadilly?’

Penny nodded again. She knew it from having walked past it a good few times, but she had never dared go inside. The place had expensive written all over it, from the tropical fish in the massive aquarium by the window to the liveried doorman whose only job appeared to be to open the door for patrons of the establishment and to keep riff-raff out. Riff-raff would no doubt include Penny, the way things were at the moment. She dismissed the thought and brightened up. Assuming they let her in, at least she was unlikely to be mugged, raped or kidnapped in a classy establishment like that.

 

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Author bio: 

My name is Trevor Williams. I write under the androgynous name T A Williams because 65% of books are read by women. In my first book, “Dirty Minds” one of the (female) characters suggests the imbalance is due to the fact that men spend too much time getting drunk and watching football. I couldn’t possibly comment. Ask my wife…

My background, before taking up writing full time, was in teaching and I was principal of a big English language school for many years. This involved me in travelling all over the world and my love of foreign parts is easy to find in my books. I speak a few languages and my Italian wife and I still speak Italian together.

I’ve written all sorts: thrillers, historical novels, short stories and now I’m enjoying myself hugely writing humour and romance. My most recent books are the What happens… series. What happens in Tuscany reached #1 in the Amazon.uk Romantic Comedy chart and What Happens on the Beach, the last in the series, came out in July. Chasing Shadows is still romance, but with the added spice of a liberal helping of medieval history, one of my pet hobbies. I do a lot of cycling and I rode all the way to Santiago de Compostela on a bike a few years back. This provided both the inspiration and the background research for Chasing Shadows.

I’m originally from Exeter, and I’ve lived all over Europe, but now I live in a little village in sleepy Devon, tucked away down here in south west England. I love the place.

Website: http://www.tawilliamsbooks.com/

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Review: Spring at Blueberry Bay by Holly Martin

Blurb:   Welcome to beautiful Hope Island where the sea sparkles, the daffodils are blooming and a blossoming romance is just around the corner…

Bella has always had a sunny outlook and caring nature, despite recently falling on hard times. When she finds a handsome homeless man on her doorstep, her kind heart tells her she must help him. So, she invites Isaac into her cottage and into her life in ways she could never have imagined…

But Isaac is not what he seems. He’s keeping a huge secret from Bella, yet he never expected to fall for this open, generous and charming woman.

Bella can’t ignore the chemistry between her and Isaac, but she’s had her trust badly broken in her past. Will she run when she learns the truth about Isaac, or will he be the one man who can help Bella believe in love again?

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My Rating: 4/5

Review: Having read a few of Holly’s other books I was quite excited to read this, especially given the intriguing description and the gorgeous cover.  As ever the descriptions of the location are really good and you feel as if you’ve been transported to this island.  I also got a really good feel for the island itself, it sounded like quite a good community, somewhere where people looked out for each other and where you could, should you choose, leave your house unlocked and nothing would happen.

There was a good cast of characters too, Bella and Isaac were both well-written and clearly had a passion in their lives for their work (something I am currently jealous of!) and were very motivated and determined to get what they wanted.  Bella’s family and friends made a few appearances but in a way which fitted into the story and didn’t make them feel like they had been put in as filler or anything similar.  The full cast worked together really well and made the story come alive.

As for the main characters, I like Isaac, his story was believable and I admired what he was trying to do with his money.  There are so many book characters that have money but don’t use it well and it was refreshing to see Isaac using his money for good.  I also liked Bella, especially her passion and enthusiasm for her work but some aspects of her character irritated me and meant that I didn’t warm to her as much as I would liked to have done.

All in all this is another lovely, cosy and heart-warming read from Holly Martin.  I know it’s the first of a collection of books set on this island and I, for one, am looking forward to reading the others.  I think if you’ve enjoyed other books by this author then you’ll definitely enjoy this one and if this is your first then you’ve picked a good place to start.

Blog Tour Review: Meet Me at Willoughby Close by Kate Hewitt

Having read and loved A Cotswold Christmas by the same author (you can find my review here) I am thrilled to be involved in the first day of the blog tour.  Read on to find out what the story is about and what I thought of it.  Also if you’re in the UK there’s a giveaway for the first book that you’ll find at the bottom of the post.

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Blurb:  Welcome to Willoughby Close… a charming cluster of cozy cottages, each with a story to tell and a happy ending to deliver…

Ellie Matthews has come to Wychwood-on-Lea to find a new start for her and her daughter Abby. But, life there doesn’t start out as idyllic as she had hoped. While Ellie loves her cute cottage in Willoughby Close, the Yummy Mummies at the primary school seem intent on giving her the cold shoulder, Abby has trouble fitting in, and her boss, Oliver Venables, is both surprisingly sexy and irritatingly inscrutable.

But miracles can happen in the most unexpected places, and in small, yet wonderful ways. Slowly, Ellie and Abby find themselves making friends and experiencing the everyday magic of Willoughby Close. When Oliver’s nephew, Tobias, befriends Abby, the four of them start to feel like family… and Ellie begins to see the kindness and warmth beneath Oliver’s chilly exterior, which awakens both her longing and fear.

Ellie knows all about disappointment, and the pain of trying too hard for nothing, while Oliver has his own hurts and secrets to deal with. When the past comes rollicking back to remind both of them of their weaknesses and failings, will they be able to overcome their fears and find their own happy ending?

Discover the heartwarming magic of Willoughby Close… with four more stories of hope and happily-ever-afters to look forward to.

Links:

Amazon UK:https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01M4RR8EW/ref=x_gr_w_bb?ie=UTF8&tag=x_gr_w_bb_uk-21&linkCode=as2&camp=1634&creative=6738

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/32934017-meet-me-at-willoughby-close?ac=1&from_search=true

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My Rating: 4.5/5

Review:  I really enjoyed this book, it was light and refreshing but still dealt with the concerns and issues that everyone has around moving to a new area, meeting people and possibly starting a new relationship.  These were all handled well and were quite realistic and true to life. I did feel the uncertainty between Ellie and Oliver went on a little too long but that may just be me and even with that it didn’t spoil my enjoyment of the story. 

The characters were very well-written and came to life clearly and easily which was good because this is a very character driven book. Although location is important it doesn’t feature heavily so the characters and the storyline have a lot of work to do and they do it brilliantly. 

While this sounds like any other romantic story it is actually more than that, there is that side to it but it also has the extra depth that makes it more than a simple romance with a happy ever after. Although it may seem obvious where the story is headed the actual journey to that potential ending is what makes this book as good as it is. 

Alhough the Cotswold Christmas is the prequel to this book you can read this as a stand alone so while I would recommend that one too it is not essential for understanding this book at all.  

I would definitely recommend this book and others by this author. I’m really looking forward to the rest of the series coming out. 

 
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About Kate Hewitt: Kate is the USA Today-bsetselling author of over 40 books of women’s fiction and romance. She is the author of the Hartley-by-the-Sea series, set in England’s Lake District and published by Penguin. She is also, under the name Katharine Swartz, the author of the Tales from Goswell books, a series of time-slip novels set in the village of Goswell. Other series include the Emigrants Trilogy, the Amherst Island Trilogy, and the Falling For The Freemans series.

She likes to read romance, mystery, the occasional straight historical and angsty women’s fiction; she particularly enjoys reading about well-drawn characters and avoids high-concept plots.

Having lived in both New York City and a tiny village on the windswept northwest coast of England, she now resides in the English Cotswolds with her husband, five children, and an overly affectionate Golden Retriever. You can read about her life at http://www.acumbrianlife.blogspot.co.uk.

Links:

Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/katehewitt1

Website: http://www.kate-hewitt.com/

 

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Blog Tour Review: Midnight and Mistletoe by Rebecca Raisin

So this is a really late blog post as it should have been up earlier but better late than never surely, and this is definitely one book worth waiting for! I’ve reviewed the other two books in the series, book 1 here and book 2 here, so it made perfect sense to review the 3rd and find out exactly how the story ends…….

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Midnight & Mistletoe

Cedarwood Lodge #3

By Rebecca Raisin

Releasing December 22

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Blurb:

Join Rebecca Raisin for the final festive part of the Cedarwood Lodge serial and see who might be kissing under the mistletoe…

Planning a New Years Eve Party might be the kind of event Clio Winters used to dream about organising, but when everything is feeling a bit up in the air, she has to hope that this New Years her wish really will come true.

Cedarwood Lodge is a delectable romance told in three parts – following Clio Winters journey back to her hometown of Evergreen. This is the final part in this feel-good romance serial.

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Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/books/details/Rebecca_Raisin_Midnight_and_Mistletoe_At_Cedarwood?id=UjnCDAAAQBAJ

Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/31423833-midnight-and-mistletoe-at-cedarwood-lodge

 

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My Rating: 5/5

Review: Ok, so as I’ve said this is book 3 in the series. They are all novellas so nice sizes if you don’t want a long read which is ideal for me just now as I’m having trouble finishing normal-length books.  While it is a series and ideally you want to read all of them in order to understand the background each book does wind up the story enough that you aren’t left hanging too much when it finishes and this one is no exception.  Because of the length of it I read it in a few hours, like I said ideal for me at the moment, and for those few hours I was whisked away from wet and windy Scotland to the thick snow and crisp fresh air of winter in Evergreen.  I may have never been there in real life but I have definitely visited through the story.  I could easily visualise the mountain view, the trees covered in snow and the feeling of being cold from being outside but the nice type of cold that comes with snowy days when the air is clear and the snow is fresh and white.

This story covers Christmas day and New Years Eve and the week in between so is ideal for this time of year.  Apart from the usual celebrations, Timothy (an ex-boyfriend from school) hires Clio and the lodge for a New Years Eve party that his boss wants to throw.  For some reason he does this on Boxing Day (26th Dec for those who don’t know it) which means Clio and the rest of the team have less than a week to organise everything.  Add to that some family dramas and a few other things and it’s definitely a hectic week for everyone.  As you can see from my rating I loved the story, it was Christmassy but not overly so and it was balanced just right.  I like romance and festivities but sometimes books and films go overboard and it gets a bit too much, like eating really, really sweet chocolate cake, but thankfully this book didn’t do that otherwise my review would have been quite different.

I love Rebecca’s books, the ones I’ve read have always lived up to my expectations and this one is no different.  It’s perfect for the stormy weather forecast for the next few days or for escaping from the festivities for a few hours in between Christmas and New Year.  I would suggest somewhere warm and cosy for reading, really comfy clothes (or pyjamas!) and something warm like hot chocolate or similar because it honestly is a cosy and warm book that just suits that sort of set up.  One thing you will definitely need though regardless of where and when you read it is tissues, do not forget the tissues!!

 

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Author Info:

Rebecca Raisin is a true bibliophile. This love of books morphed into the desire to write them. She’s been published in various short story anthologies and in in fiction magazines, and is now focusing on writing romance. Rebecca aims to write characters you can see yourself being friends with. People with big hearts who care about relationships, and most importantly believe in true love.

 

Author Links: Website | Facebook | Twitter | Goodreads

Website: http://rebeccaraisin.com/

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/RebeccaRaisinAuthor

Twitter: http://twitter.com/jaxandwillsmum

Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6915386.Rebecca_Raisin