Winter at The Cosy Cottage Café written and self-published by Rachel Griffiths is available NOW in ebook format. The ebook is also included in the kindleunlimited scheme.
To buy link: http://amzn.to/2A4EHZ3
Product Details (as per amazon page)
Camilla Dix is fiercely independent. Growing up, she had to be strong for her mother and younger sister after her father left them for a new life in Benidorm. Camilla has kept her heart firmly closed to love, and never allows her relationships with men to develop into anything serious.
Tom Stone moved to Heatherlea for a fresh start. He’s been hurt in the past and has no intention of making himself vulnerable again. The only company he wants at night is that of his rescue British Bulldog Hairy Pawter.
However, when Camilla and Tom meet, they can’t deny their mutual attraction, and something deeper soon develops between them.
As snows falls over Heatherlea, mulled wine flows and festive carols fill the air, but can Camilla and Tom put their fears aside and trust each other enough to let love in?
This was such a treat to return to one of my favourite cafes (shame it’s fictional)! Rachel Griffiths has created an idyllic setting for her new book series and Winter at The Cosy Cottage Café is our third outing to the café. Each book can be read as a standalone but to fully immerse yourself in this picturesque landscape and the characters that the author has created I would fully recommend reading all the books in the series in chronological order. The books now available are:
- Summer at The Cosy Cottage Cafe
- Autumn at The Cosy Cottage Cafe
- Winter at The Cosy Cottage Cafe
and coming soon …
- Spring at The Cosy Cottage Café
I instantly felt like I was re-visiting my very own book family as Rachel Griffiths has created a lovely myriad of characters for this series. Characters written with warmth and humour and all set around The Cosy Cottage Café in the fictional country village of Heatherlea.
This story focuses on Camilla, the older sister of Dawn and the glamorous career woman from the friendship group that live in the village and congregate at the café. Due to heartbreak in the past Camilla is wary of committing to a relationship but when a new vet turns up in the village Camilla is instantly attracted but is confused with her growing feelings.
Vet Tom has recently moved to the village following his own heartbreak, with the unique help of his trusted dog HP he is trying to settle into a new community.
With the festive season in full flow the storyline weaves around Christmas markets with festive foodie treats and handmade toys. Family and relationship unrest but with a close friendship circle any unsettling is minimised by the love of the community within.
This was such a fun, festive read and the author has given us so many comical moments in this story. A story of letting go of the past and opening your heart to new beginnings. Cosy, comforting, full of laughter and festive sparkle.
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