A Special Cornish Christmas By Phillipa Ashley

A Special Cornish Christmas By Phillipa Ashley

For Bo Grayson, Christmas has always been the most wonderful time of the year. Well, until she had her heart broken last December…

At a local summer fete, Bo and her friends meet the mysterious fortune teller Madame Odette, and they are each given the same prediction: You will meet the love of your life by Christmas Day.

With just a few months until the festive season, they dismiss the predictions out of hand. Bo’s attentions are focused on creating the best seasonal menu for her Boatyard Café, and her rock and roll dance group – the Falford Flingers – who are hard at work getting ready for their Christmas Spectacular show.

The last thing she imagines is that she’ll be ready to open her heart again. But will fate – and perhaps a sprinkle of Christmas magic – change her mind?

My Thoughts:

I couldn’t wait to return to Cornwall and read about what the characters were getting up to in Falford where the book is set. It sounds such a wonderful place with a great community. This is Bo’s story, she loves Christmas or she used to until something happened one year that has changed her life, she puts all her attention into her work on the Boatyard Cafe and surrounds herself with good friends, until she goes to see a fortune teller that tells her something she doesn’t believe at all, but will it come true for Bo? This book is the perfect Christmas escapism, it is full of love, friendship and good food and Christmas. Phillipa is such a fantastic writer that she brings such warmth to her books and all her books are brilliant reads.

I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.

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