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Author: Kate Hewitt
Publisher: Holiday Books, Tule Publishing
Release Date: November 9th, 2015
I’m definitely in the festive mood after reading this lovely Christmas story!
Hannah Ford is New York city born and bred but she’s just walked out of a Christmas party and driven over three hundred miles into a blizzard just to escape. Unfortunately, other than a signpost indicating the Creighton Falls is the next time, she really doesn’t know where she is, where she’s going, what she’s going to do – and it is nearly Christmas! Not only that but now her car’s going nowhere, stuck in the snow. She needs rescuing and quick! She’s fed up of artificial and is really looking for something real in her life.
Sam Taylor is a local carpenter and accountant, country born and bred. He’s returning home, intending to spend Christmas with a bottle for company when he finds Hannah and rescues her. As more snow falls, they’re going to be stuck together for Christmas . . . . and when you read it you’ll find it is the best one they’ve ever had! However, can one night turn into something much longer lasting and real for them both?
This is a chance romance, The two seem such opposites but they’re exactly what each other needs to break down the barriers they’ve erected around their hearts and help them find their HEA together. It isn’t a straight forward rush towards love, there are plenty of obstacles, misunderstandings, emotions and distance to get in the way but it is a delightful journey to accompany them on and a brilliant festive read that I highly recommend to anyone looking for a Christmas romance to escape into. This is the first book in a new series based around Creighton Falls and I hope to have the opportunity to read other stories in this series and reconnecting with some of the brilliant characters in this story once more.
Thanks to the author, publisher and NetGalley, too, for letting me read an ARC of this book in exchange for this, an honest review.
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