Christmas in Little Penhaven

Christmas in Little Penhaven

by Angela Britnell

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A wonderful new Christmas story from Angela Britnell, set in Cornwall. Highly recommended.

Have yourself a little Cornish Christmas ...

Wannabe author Jane Solomon is expecting an uneventful Christmas in her Cornish village of Little Penhaven.

But then super fit American gym owner Hal Muir comes to town, and suddenly the holiday season looks set to be far more interesting. Hal is keen on embracing every British tradition on offer, from mince pies to Christmas pub quizzes – and perhaps some festive romance too ...

Product Details

BN ID: 2940163098378
Publisher: Choc Lit
Publication date: 11/26/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 419,257
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

I was born in Cornwall in southwestern England and return frequently. After school I joined the Royal Navy and at my last assignment in Denmark met my own tall, dark, handsome stranger - a US Naval Officer named Richard who became my husband. Our itinerant life took us to Sicily, California, Maryland, and finally London. Along the way we had our three sons. On retirement from the Navy my husband took a job near Nashville, Tennessee and we're still here. I've always been a voracious reader and in 2001 took a creative writing class which has sparked my new career.

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Christmas in Little Penhaven 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
GraceJReviewerlady 2 days ago
A rather tasty Christmas romance and, with all the mentions of festive food, just perfect to read at this time of year! Despite the trials which everyday life gives her, Jane Solomon dreams of becoming a published author as she cares for her mother and younger brother. She is lucky to have a great bunch of girlfriends and when one of them is visited by her cousin from the States, Hal and Jane begin a tentative friendship. With Christmas on the way and Hal's attempts to indulge in all of the British traditions, might there be a spark of romance between these two? It didn't take very long at all for me to recall the first book in this series which I read at the start of summer; whilst this one has an entirely new set of characters, it is good to catch up with Sam, Caden and the rest of the locals. Jane and Hal may begin as strangers, but there is a definite attraction from the off and, quite clearly, a mutual respect. The  story is an absolute delight to read - heartwarming, festive, romantic - and I really enjoyed being back in Little Penhaven. I'm hoping that there will be more to follow in this series .. it's such fun! Definitely worth a sparkling 4.5*.
Bjtraveller 10 days ago