Today I am taking part in a lovely festive Blog Tour for A Little Christmas Charm by Kathryn Freeman. Thank you to Rachel’s Random Resources, the publishers and NetGalley for the invitation to join the tour.
A Little Christmas Charm
Would you swap sea and sunshine for tinsel and turkey?
Gabby Sanderson is used to being let down – even at Christmas. Which is why she’s happy to skip the festive season completely in favour of a plane ticket and sunnier climes.
But this Christmas could be different, because this time she might not be spending it alone. Can Owen Cooper charm Gabby into loving Christmas in the same way he’s charmed his way into her life, or is he just another person who’ll end up disappointing her?
This is a book about a relationship between two very different people which should never work ‘on paper’. Despite demons from the past and real life getting in the way Gabby and Owen can’t deny their mutual attraction.
Are they really meant to be together?
Gabby has built up a wall around herself and believes that a career is all she needs, something that she is firmly in control of. Owen only has to rely on his looks and cheeky charm to get women falling at his feet.
I immediately felt protective towards Gabby, desperately hoping that Owen’s intentions were honourable and he wouldn’t break her heart. I didn’t need to worry because it soon became clear that Owen was actually a deeply caring man, under his cheeky chappie facade. Would Gabby let down the barriers enough for Owen to warm her heart and give her the Christmas that she deserves?
The characters are so believable and multi-layered it was a sheer joy to see the relationship develop. There were so many sweet and tender moments, interlaced with humour and emotional backstories. A beautiful festive read, highly recommended and another absolute gem from Kathryn Freeman!
Author Bio –
A former pharmacist, I’m now a medical writer who also writes romance. Some days a racing heart is a medical condition, others it’s the reaction to a hunky hero.
With two teenage boys and a husband who asks every Valentine’s Day whether he has to buy a card (yes, he does), any romance is all in my head. Then again, his unstinting support of my career change proves love isn’t always about hearts and flowers – and heroes come in many disguises.