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Candlelight at Christmas by Katie Fforde

MoMo’s Book Diary recommends this as a fun 5 star read.                        

Katie Fforde brings us a perfectly sentimental Christmas novella.  This novella, released as a digital short story, is a festive stand-alone book featuring characters from a previous novel, Recipe for Love, published in 2012.

Rupert and Fenella Gainsborough have planned an idyllic family Christmas at Somerby House. Things don’t go to plan and they welcome some unexpected guests. Fenella’s caring nature shines as she makes sure everyone in the house has a fabulous Christmas. There were twists, turns and a few surprises making Candlelight at Christmas a gorgeous Christmas read.

Thank you to Cornerstone Digital and NetGalley for giving me the opportunity to read and review this novella.

The perfect short story to warm your heart and put you in the festive mood.

Synopsis

Fenella and Rupert are organising the perfect Christmas, surrounded by their friends in their beautiful Somerby house.

Until Fenella gets a phone call from her ghastly parents-in-law asking if they can join them for the holiday. Fenella couldn’t possibly refuse and besides, it could be worse.

But when they arrive and the house is suddenly plunged in darkness thanks to a power cut, Fenella knows she has her work cut out to keep everyone happy and pull off the perfect Christmas feast.

AUTHOR Katie Fforde
BOOK TITLE Candlelight at Christmas (the most romantic short story you’ll read this Christmas)
PUBLISHER Random House UK, Cornerstone / Cornerstone Digital
DATE OF PUBLICATION 24/11/16
PRINT LENGTH 66 pages
ASIN B01HIO5SXY
OBTAINED: NetGalley

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