Published by Little Bear Books on October 25, 2018
Genres: Holiday, Fiction, Romance
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Also by this author: Bear With Me, Christmas at The Chocolate Pot Café: Christmas on Castle Street
Christmas is approaching and love is in the air at Bay View Care Home. Supervising carer, Callie Derbyshire, is blissfully happy with new boyfriend, Rhys. The tree’s up, the lights are twinkling, and, with the Christmas Eve wedding of one of the residents, Iris, to look forward to, everything is perfect.
Rhys’s ex has him at her beck and call, yet refuses to let Callie meet their baby daughter. Callie’s ex is intent on stirring up trouble. And Callie’s favourite resident, Rhys’s nanna, Ruby, hasn’t been her usual self since Iris announced her engagement.
Convinced that Ruby’s lonely, especially after discovering the truth about her lost love, Callie’s determined to give Ruby’s romantic story the happy ending it deserves. Ruby might be adamant that the past should be left in the past. But, when it comes to true love, surely a little well-meaning meddling and a Christmas wish or two can’t do any harm. After all, it’s never to late to let love in again. Or is it?
A heartwarming Christmas story of finding new love, and the courage to revisit a love that was lost long ago
This book will give you all the warm and fuzzies you could want. I do love the stories where there is a new love and I love it where old loves come back to fight and of course the drama. This is my second outing with Jessica and her writing just envelopes me. It does not let go and it cries to me to finish the story, I mean who needs sleep! I love the two books I have read and I may or may not have just jumped onto Kindle Unlimited and “borrowed” all her other books. Whoops!
This book is a perfect book to sit under the covers with a hot chocolate and get caught up in the story. This is a sequel to Ravings about Rhys, which I have not read (but is now on my kindle) and although I missed out on some bits, you could read it as a standalone novel.
I did love the story of Callie and Rhys and the struggles they had to face, but it was Ruby that shone the brightest. It was her story I wanted to read the most. Ruby is one feisty lady and she won’t take anything lying down!
I loved this book, and as I have mentioned I adored the writing. I love spending time with the characters and yes I know I have read another Christmas book – the horror of it! This book gave me all the emotions, Jessica you did it again!
Thank you so much to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for the tour invite and the author for a copy of this book in return for my honest and unbiased review
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