I am delighted to share the news that A Daughter’s Christmas Wish is now available as an
A Cornish Christmas wish sent across the ocean …
Christmas, Cornwall 1919
A promise to a fellow soldier leads Nicholas to Cornwall for Christmas, and to the teashop managed by Rose; the youngest daughter of a family whose festive spirit has been blighted by their wartime experiences.
But as Nicholas strives to give Rose the best Christmas she could wish for, he begins to question whether his efforts are to honour his friend, or whether there is another reason …
Nicholas recognised the woman in the tea shop immediately, despite having never met her before. He had no doubt it was her. He had gazed at her face more times than he cared to admit to and knew every feature as well as his own. She was the first thing on his mind upon waking and the last when he closed his eyes at night. She even visited him in his dreams – an intangible presence that would not stop haunting him after all this time. What would she think if she knew he carried her photograph in his pocket and had done so for more than a year? Yet she probably didn’t even know he existed. He knew a lot about her, though, and why she carried so much sadness in her eyes.
I am so excited to bring you this Christmas novella set in Cornwall a year after the Great War. It is a countdown to Christmas at a time when England is still learning to live in peacetime again. This festive novella is my way of honouring those who died in WW1, those who survived and those who waited at home. So join Rose and Nicholas, as Christmas approaches, and follow their journey through the festive snow.
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