This winter, curl up with the new festive novella from the author of The Cosy Cottage Cafe series.
Driving around unfamiliar country lanes, while enduring the scorn of her teenage daughter, wasn’t how Pippa Hardy thought she’d start the Christmas holidays, but her satnav seems to be more confused than she is.
Joe Roberts has had a difficult year following the loss of his mother. Added to this, he’s trying to run his own business while dealing with pressure from his sister about when he’ll finish renovating their mother’s house. So when his best friend, Luke Hardy, invites him to a remote Welsh cottage to join his family for Christmas, it seems like the break he needs.
Christmas at a cottage by the sea sounds appealing, but sometimes having all the people you care about together in one place can be a festive recipe for disaster — especially when unexpected guests arrive.
As snow falls, carols play and Pippa and Joe face the ghosts of Christmas past under the mistletoe, they realise that there might actually be more than festive magic sparkling between them.
What readers are saying about Rachel Griffiths:
’a gorgeous story that has a wonderful charm and a lovely uplifting vibe’ — Rae Reads
’It has a gorgeous feel-good theme running through it and you can sense the story is written from the heart.’ — Adele
’I just adored every part of it and I have already become attached to the characters. Perfection.’ — Jessica’s Book Biz
’Such a lovely story with gorgeous characters to fall in love with too! I didn’t want it to end!’ — J.A. Dunham
’In this book, winter has definitely arrived, Christmas is looming, a romance might just be blossoming and a face from the past is causing emotions to run high.’ — Stacey, Whispering Stories, Goodreads reviewer
’The thing I love most about Rachel’s style of writing, is that it’s just such an easy read and her novels always leave you feeling happy and in a better mood. It’s an easy escape into a different world and I love it.’ — Stacey, thecosiestcorner.blogspot.com
’Fantastic smooth writing, a good storyline and a dollop of magic in the air makes this a terrific read.’ — Grace J. Reviewer Lady, Goodreads reviewer