Covent Garden in the Snow: The most gorgeous and heartwarming Christmas romance of the year!

January 12, 2019 - Comment

`A delicious Christmas delight’ – Sunday Times bestseller Katie Fforde The perfect Christmas romance for fans of Karen Swan. Tilly Hunter has fabulous friends, her dream job as a make-up artist with a prestigious opera company and Felix, her kind and caring husband to be. It looks set to be the most perfect Christmas yet!

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`A delicious Christmas delight’ – Sunday Times bestseller Katie Fforde The perfect Christmas romance for fans of Karen Swan. Tilly Hunter has fabulous friends, her dream job as a make-up artist with a prestigious opera company and Felix, her kind and caring husband to be. It looks set to be the most perfect Christmas yet! But when a monumental blunder forces her to work closely with new IT director Marcus Walker, it’s not only the roast chestnut stalls on the cobbles of her beloved Covent Garden that cause sparks to fly…, Super serious and brooding, Marcus hasn’t got a creative bone in his sharp-suited body. For technophobe Tilly, it’s a match made in hell. And yet, when Tilly discovers her fiance isn’t at all what he seems, it’s Marcus who’s there for her with a hot chocolate and a surprisingly strong shoulder to cry on …, He might just be the best Christmas present she’s ever had. Everyone is raving about Covent Garden in the Snow… `Had me laughing from the first page!’ Rachel’s Random Reads `Buy this book, put up a do not disturb sign and enjoy indulging in every page – you won’t be disappointed!’ Gem’s Quiet Corner `A romantic and hilarious novel with a beautiful and snowy Christmas atmosphere’ Chicklit Club `Oh I absolutely loved Tilly! What a fun, festive book, and a beautiful cover’ LoveReading.com

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Anonymous says:

Operatic Disharmony I knew after the first chapter that I was going to simply love this book. The setting, a fictional Opera House in Covent Garden, a main protagonist who is very definitely a scatter-brained, technology hating “creative” and a supporting cast of very unusual people – as you would hope to find in a theatre. Sadly, I suspect fiction is much better than fact in this regard – as it is with the amount of snowfall London seems to get in December.Okay, so it is pretty clear exactly…

Anonymous says:

A warm and witty novel, that is just not for Christmas Covent Garden in the Snow is marketed as a feel good Christmas novel, obviously hoping to do well in the Christmas market. However, I think this is misleading, Christmas only makes a small appearance, mainly towards the end of the book. Even the snow is a bit misleading, yes there is snow in Covent Garden but again its not integral to the plot. For me this books could be read at anytime of the year, as it has a much wider plot line. The narrative follows Tilly as she seems to fall from one…

Anonymous says:

Perfect for a rainy Saturday! This book was the perfect escapism for me yesterday…I couldn’t put it down!The story follows Tilly, a technophobic makeup artist working for a leading opera house in London. I found the detail of what goes on to put on these productions so interesting…I was completely transformed to her world! I did find it a little unbelievable that someone of Tilly’s age would be so bad with tech stuff…but without this we’d have no story so I went with it!Marcus is the kind of…

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