Happy Publication Day Heidi Swain! 📖🎉🍾🎄❄️
🎉🎉🎉 Hurrah Hurrah Hurrah!!!! 🎉🎉🎉
It’s celebration time for this gorgeous Christmas book!
So thrilled to be back with the Wynthorpe Hall crew for an unmissable celebration Connelly style! 🥳
My review follows the book blurb 🙂
A Christmas Celebration
Book 📖 blurb ❄️🎄🪵
When Paige turns up unannounced at Wynthorpe Hall, she discovers the place she knew when she was growing up has changed beyond all recognition. She’s only planning to stay for a short time, but is quickly pulled into local life.
One night while driving home after delivering library books and shopping to residents she stumbles across an isolated cottage and meets Albert, its elderly and rather grumpy owner. She quickly realises there’s more to Albert than meets the eye and the same can be said for the other man she can’t seem to help running into, handsome but brooding Brodie.
All three of them have a secret and a desire to hide away from the world, but with Christmas on the horizon, is that really the best way to celebrate the season?
Praise for Underneath the Christmas Tree
‘Heidi Swain is the queen of feel-good fiction, and this Yuletide yarn certainly ticks all our boxes’ New! Magazine
‘A seasonal romance as warm and welcome as a mug of mulled wine’ Woman & Home
‘You’ll want to curl up with a hot choc to read this warm hug of a festive book’ Fabulous Magazine
‘The Magical One’ Heat, festive fiction picks
‘This heartwarming story by Heidi Swain’ Hello
My 🎄🎄🎄🎄🎄 review
A fabulous festive trip back to one of my favourite book locations, Wynthorpe Hall, rejoining the remarkable Connelly clan in the build up to Christmas.
This time we are meeting Paige, the God Daughter to Angus and Catherine, who has come to the Hall under a dark cloud and feeling guilty about something that occurred in her previous job.
Soon the community lifts her spirits, and a chance discovery brings her some much needed positivity and the opportunity to move on from her troubles. An unexpected run in with the handsome Brodie also gives her much to think about too. Can he heal her heart, and can love bloom in the midwinter?
It’s always such a pleasure catching up with all the characters from Heidi’s previous books, and the festive happenings are perfect for getting me in the seasonal mood!
Christmas isn’t Christmas without my Heidi read, and I’m already planning my reread in December snuggled in front of my fire, hot chocolate poured and Christmas lights sparkling!
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