Welcome to my day on the blog tour for this beautifully written, funny and warm book!

About the book

Last winter she had a plan.

Lucy fell in love with tumbledown Rosemary Cottage as a child. So thirty years on, when she loses her city job and discovers the cottage is for sale, it feels like fate. She’ll raise her children in Burley Bridge and transform the cottage into a B&B with her husband.

But a year can change everything . . .

Now Lucy is juggling two children and a B&B, but on her own. Christmas looks set to be their last on Rosemary Lane – until she meets James, a face from her past and someone who might offer a different kind of future . . .

Should Lucy leave the cottage behind? Or could this winter on Rosemary Lane be the start of something new?

Curl up with a cosy winter read that fans of Trisha Ashley and Carole Matthews will love.

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My thoughts

Snowdrops on Rosemary Lane is an absolutely wonderful story.  I found myself totally captivated from the opening chapter and I stayed awake very late just to finish it in one go as I was quite reluctant to put it down!

The characters are utterly lovable and endearing.  I loved getting to know them all, which was made quite easy and pleasurable by Ellen Berry’s descriptions.

There are so many really nice touches and nods to Christmas but this book is not what I’d call over-the-top Christmassy although it is quite festive.  It’s very subtle and makes for a lovely read.

There is joy and sadness in abundance, with a very many heart-warming, uplifting moments too, all of which I was very thankful for while reading.

This book is, for me, the total emotional package and a thoroughly enjoyable, poignant read.

Thanks so much to Avon for my copy of this book in return for an honest review on this blog tour.

You can purchase a digital copy of this book here, and I’d highly recommend you give it a read!

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Published by girlmeetsbook

Mother of Dragons, rugby coach and eternal dreamer. I love nothing more than being lost down the rabbit hole of books and my Kindle. With a pinch of empowerment, a teaspoon of solitude and the odd G&T I'm not shy of an opinion or letting you know what passions stir my mind! Musings of a binge reader.

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