Wednesday, 5 November 2014

Review ~ Cold Feet at Christmas by Debbie Johnson

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Harper Fiction UK
Harper Impulse

Kindle -
6 November 2014
Paperback - 4 December 2014

After discovering her fiancé in a scandalous situation with one of her bridesmaids, Leah Harvey flees the scene of her idyllic winter wedding and runs headlong into the cold and freezing night of a Scottish winter. Hopelessly lost and heading towards hypothermia, Leah makes for a small beacon of light in a deserted cottage, only to fall headlong into the arms of Roberti Cavelli, the most delicious looking man she has ever seen.

What then follows is a light and easy read and about the ups and downs of relationships; the ones we win and the one we let get away. The whole story is written with a lovely, light touch and what could so easily have become clichéd and corny becomes a wryly observant story about the vagaries of human behaviour. You sort of know where the story is heading from the beginning, but Leah and Rob, never make it easy for themselves, and on the whole their behaviour helps to make the journey through the story lively and entertaining.

If you’re looking for a feel good read to take your mind of the inevitable Christmas shopping queues, then settle down with a large mug of hot chocolate and a skinny blueberry muffin and escape with Leah to the Scottish Highlands.





My thanks to Harper Fiction for my copy of this book.


Debbie   Johnson

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