This is the second Christmas romance I’ve read this year and I enjoyed this one as much as the first.
Poppy is content in her relationship with stable but boring Harrison and when he proposes just before Christmas she couldn’t be more pleased. However, he then suggests a ‘cooling off period’ before they make their final decisions; hardly a romantic gesture.
Whilst Harrison is in Spain with family, Poppy spends Christmas beginning her new catering venture at the Log Fire Cabin. Handsome client Jed is very different to Harrison, yet Poppy finds herself drawn to him as they spend more time together over the Christmas period.
This was great fun to read, and one of the things I enjoyed most about it was that it was not just about romance but also Poppy gaining more confidence in herself. An enjoyable quick read for the Christmas period.