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Beatrice Halliday has been working hard at the Princess and The Pea Inn, loved up with landlord Atholl and enjoying planning events for the locals. But at Christmas there’s a kick – as she realises she’s expecting.
Despite being fearful of the future, Beatrice is graced with a distraction: the prospects of helping a romance flourish when a married couple spend their first child-free holiday at the Inn – and it becomes clear they need some help rediscovering each other. In true Beatrice fashion, she cant help meddling.
Featuring the story of a first love, a new family, a marriage in crisis, and an octogenarian love affair, you’ll fall head over heels for this heart-warming rom-com.
Thanks to Hera Books and the author, too, For my copy of this book, here's my honest review: It is great to return to Port Willow to see What's been happening in this Highland community. The Princess and the Pea Inn is the centre of the drama Where Beatrice is expecting, hope she'll stay calmer! I really enjoyed escaping up to Scotland for this fun read To spend the festive season there is a dream, indeed. It has a great sense of community, love and romance, And shares a willingness to try again when given another chance. Christmas is coming and festivities are being planned To help themselves and others share a taste of the Highland. There are several romances involved in this story for you - One new, one needing rekindling and one octogenarian couple, too! With Beatrice determined to help a couple who're needing some aid To remember loving feelings from when their vows were first made. Meanwhile a new visitor, arriving with a broken heart, May be fortunate indeed to find her soul's missing part. The characters are great, and their antics so fun, This is a book to keep you smiling right until you're done. It does deal with some sensitive issues, too, In a way that shows caring and thought through and through. There are animals there. too, each playing a part, And secrets about someone breaking a heart. With surprises, family, friendship and romance I highly recommend you give this fun read a chance!
Kiley Dunbar writes heart-warming, escapist, romantic fiction set in beautiful places, with One Winter’s Night being shortlisted for the RNA Romantic Comedy Novel Award 2021.
Kiley’s five novels include: The Borrow a Bookshop Holiday (May 2021), One Winter’s Night (September 2020), Summer at the Highland Coral Beach (2020), Christmas at Frozen Falls (2019) and One Summer’s Night (2019).
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