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Anyone fancy joining me for ‘A Cosy Christmas in Cornwall’? @janelinfoot @0nemorechapter_ @RaRaResources

Many thanks to RaRaResources for the blog tour invite, and thank you to the publisher for the ARC of Jane Linfoot’s new book. Here is my review:

Christmas in a Cornish castle? Sign Ivy Starforth up! Hired to kit out the holiday rental as the world’s most Instagramable festive dreamland, there’s only one thing standing in the way of her hefty paycheque – the lord of the manor.

Bill Markham could give Scrooge a run for his money but Ivy is firmly #TeamChristmas…even if her handsome host seems to be doing everything he can to sabotage her staging. Maybe she shouldn’t have stumbled in on him starkers in the hot tub?

As the temperature outside cools, things inside the castle heat up. It’s been a long time since Ivy allowed herself to give in to temptation…surely one little kiss under the mistletoe won’t hurt?

What does TWG think?

If, like Ivy, you’re a massive fan of the festive season and wish it could be Christmas everyday, you will LOVE this story as it contains Christmas, Christmas, and more Christmas, from pretty much the first page.

If you’re not entirely convinced about the festive season, I am sure that Bill, Ivy’s unofficial Christmas protege, will take you under his wing!

Ivy’s excitement surrounding Christmas is rather endearing and and weirdly enough, quite infectious! My mind was a little bit bewildered at first because there was just this sudden influx of all things Christmas, and nowhere really for it to go. I really didn’t have a clue as to how Jane Linfoot was going to turn it into a storyline so, for the first few chapters, I was in a little bit of an uncertain bubble.

As always, I had faith in the authors talents and she delivered a read which had me itching to get the Christmas decs out of the cupboard. Not only that, the dry humour and the brilliant one liners the characters came out with, all had me in absolute hysterics. Dont get me wrong, it was a little bit random at time because of Miranda, Milo, and the things that were flying out of the kids’ mouths, but you know what? All of that just made this book even more of an escapism.

The most important thing I have learnt from this book is to never, ever leave my underwear on the floor near a hot tub – you never know who might take a liking to the particulars!

Despite my uncertainty at the start of the book, ‘A Cosy Christmas in Cornwall’ surprised me, and ended up being a fab little cosy read which left me snorting with laughter.

Buy now.

3 thoughts on “Anyone fancy joining me for ‘A Cosy Christmas in Cornwall’? @janelinfoot @0nemorechapter_ @RaRaResources

  1. Thank you so much for reading a Cosy Cornish Christmas, Kaisha, and for this fab, fun and insightful review. I’m thrilled the castle crew made you laugh and won you over (eventually, lol). I always literally hold my breath waiting for your reviews because you find the heart of the book in a totally unique way. You should be an editor as well as a blogger. Just saying. As ever I’m truly grateful for you for joining in the epic blog tour and spreading the word to your many followers despite everything you have to cope with every day. Awesome doesn’t begin to cover it. It might be coincidence, but after your review aired the book broke into the UK Amazon top 500 for the first time, so thanks for that!! Sending huge hugs to you for your unending help, fairy dust, and support, big love, Jane xx


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