Published by Bookouture on September 25th 2015
Genres: Holiday, Romance
Welcome to the charming seaside town of White Cliff Bay, where Christmas is magical and love is in the air…
Penny Meadows loves her home – a cosy cottage decorated with pretty twinkling fairy lights and stunning views over the town of White Cliff Bay. She also loves her job as an ice-carver, creating breathtaking sculptures. Yet her personal life seems frozen.
When Henry and daughter Daisy arrive at the cottage to rent the annex, Penny is determined to make them feel welcome. But while Daisy is friendly, Henry seems guarded.
As Penny gets to know Henry, she realises there is more to him than meets the eye. And the connection between them is too strong to ignore…
While the spirit of the season sprinkles its magic over the seaside town and preparations for the ice sculpting competition and Christmas eve ball are in full swing, can Penny melt the ice and allow love in her heart? And will this finally be the perfect Christmas she’s been dreaming of?
Like a creamy hot chocolate with marshmallows, you won’t want to put this deliciously heartwarming novel down.
Spend the perfect Christmas in White Cliff Bay this year. Snowflakes on Silver Cove coming very soon.
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The Pearls – The minute the story started I was engrossed. The main character won my heart from the beginning. You could feel her excitement and her nervousness. You could feel her disappointment when the first turn of events didn’t go her way. I was hooked from the very beginning.
The characters were really dynamic. The read was emotional in so many ways, and it felt like you were right in the story. I liked the variety in the characters. There was diversity in age and seasons of life. Making this read very dynamic.
The romance was sweet and just tumultuous enough to be more believable. The sex scenes were a little steamy but not super inappropriate.
This book was just magical and I laughed out loud many times. There was one point I laughed to the point I was brought to tears. I can’t emphasise enough that you should read this book.
The Sand – The book was good.