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CHRISTMAS AT LILAC COTTAGE HOLLY MARTIN

October 20, 2016

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Christmas at Lilac cottage Holly Martin

Curl up by the fire with a perfect romance.

published by Zaffre in paperback 20th October 2016

Snow is falling on White Cliff Bay, where Christmas is magical and love is in the air …
Penny Meadows loves her cosy cottage with its stunning views over the snow-topped town of White Cliff Bay, but not even the roaring log fire can keep her personal life from feeling frozen.
That is until dashing Henry and his daughter Daisy arrive at the cottage for the festive season. And between decking the halls and baking delicious mince pies, Penny realises there is more to Henry than meets the eye.
With sleigh bells ringing and fairy lights twinkling, the ice-sculpting competition and Christmas Eve ball are in full swing. Will Penny be able to melt the ice and allow love into her heart? And will she finally have the perfect Christmas she’s been dreaming of?

MY REVIEW

Order your copy now from Bonnier Zaffre . This is a very pretty silver sparkling cover with a one of the best romantic stories that I have ever read. It really is a page turner with lines that made me smile, laugh and had me in tears. I just never knew what a fantastic author Holly Martin was until I read Christmas at Lilac Cottage. I am now following Holly on Goodreads. I would one hundred percent read another paperback book by Holly Martin.

The story is about Penny Meadows whose parents emigrated to Italy and left her the cosy Lilac cottage with an annexe in the town of White Cliff Bay. Penny who is an ice carver for weddings, parties and business functions is rather lonely. She decided to rent out her annexe as she thought that this would be a good idea to make some new friends. When she is told that Henry and Daisy Travis will be renting her annexe she is pleased, but didn’t really want a married couple. Henry was a beautiful man. Penny knew that she must not get too cosy with Henry. It appears that Penny assumed wrong and that Daisy was in fact Henry’s daughter. But the question is. Is the dashing good-looking Henry a free man? Please buy this book either for your self or for a friend or your mother. I can guarantee everyone will adore it.

 

 

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