It is a few weeks before Christmas and everyone except Catherine seems to be gearing up for the big day with excitement.
Catherine is a single mum, struggling to bring up her five year old daughter, she has little time for romance, and when she learns she has lost her job and her flat is deemed unliveable, she wonders just what else life is about to fling at her.
Where or to whom can she turn to for help? Kismet in the shape of handsome, bachelor, Jack Darcy aka Father Christmas is at hand. But can she trust the handsome stranger who seems to know a lot about her private life?
When Catherine finds a forty year old letter hidden in a village post office and seeks to reunite the letter with the addressee, little does she know what part she will play in the affair or how circumstances change her very existence. Will she find that perfect love which so far has eluded her?
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Born in Manchester & educated in Singapore, Malaya & Hampshire, England.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews
This is a lovely romantic Christmas story that you can curl up in your favourite place with your favourite tipple and something lovely to pop in your mouth every now and again and get lost in the story. Single mum Catherine and her five year old daughter are living in a small flat while Catherine works in a post office. She finds a 40 year old lost love letter and Catherine tracks down the recipient and delivers it, then this lovely story goes from strength to strength from there on in. Faith perfectly captures the atmosphere of a small town in England, she captures the nostalgia of wonderful wintry weather as she leads up to and including Christmas day, she captures a child's joy of Christmas and of course she captures the emotions of our lovely single mum who has to overcome heart ache caused by two men and her own parents. Romantic stories by default are formulaic but it is how you treat this formula that makes a good read and Faith has certainly done that with this book. I would love to see this story made into one of those Christmas films that are shown on the TV around Christmas time; in fact it would be better than some of the ones I've watched previously.