Thursday, 7 December 2017

Christmas in Whitehorse Bay by Emily Anne Brandon #Review @emilyabrandon

ARC received from Author.

It’s happening! Angus and Ruth, Whitehorse Bay’s favourite young-at-heart couple, are tying the knot.

Lexy loves father-figure Angus and village gossip Ruth to pieces and she’s thrilled to be chief organiser of the festive extravaganza. Not that it’s an elaborate affair, but she’s got a few top-secret plans to put into practice.

Until the snow starts.

Being on the Scottish coast, snow doesn’t ordinarily last longer than a day or two. However, the flurries don’t seem to be letting up, and the village is thrown into turmoil as everyone realises there’s no way in and no way out. Lexy is stressed, the villagers are on edge, and what is up with the hush-hush tones and sneaky looks between Lexy’s fiancé and her best friend?

The wedding has been the talk of the town for months and Lexy is desperate for the big day to go ahead as planned. If everyone pitches in, perhaps all will not be lost. Plus, people get ordained online all the time, don't they?

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After reading Love on the Rocks I have to admit to falling in love with the characters and Whitehorse Bay itself so I was definitely looking forward to catching up with everyone.

This novella is set over a few days in the run up to Angus and Ruth's wedding which Lexy is helping to organise. I couldn't help but smile at some of the weird and wonderful ideas that she came up with for them. However bad weather definitely puts a spanner in the works the question is will there be a happy ending?

There is a little bit of everything to make the reader smile from the trauma over the planning of the wedding to some very interesting Christmas cards. I love the community spirit of Whitehorse Bay and it was so lovely to catch up with everyone. Especially Lexy and Jamie and to see how things had turned out for them after the events in Love on the Rocks. 

So grab a hot chocolate and curl up with this lovely short story!

A Christmas in Whitehorse Bay is fun and festive what a fabulous combination!
Five stars!

With thanks to Emily Anne Brandon for my copy. This is my honest and unbiased opinion.

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