I am a huge fan of Heidi Swain's writing so I was very fortunate to read this book before pulication via Netgalley and I am so glat that I did.
This book was such a treat to read, packed with lots of festive feel good feelings and a romance too. It's a stand-alone book, but can also be read within a series of books written by Heidi Swain.
The book takes us back to to Nightingale Square, where newly divorced and homeless Holly, is house sitting for friends over the Christmas period. A chance meeting with an eccentric lady called May, while walking around the lake one morning, changes both their lives as they throw themselves into helping the community project called "The Chapel" and the forthcoming Christmas panto.
I really enjoyed this book, I had to ration my reading of it so that I could enjoy it for longer. A lovely book that I highly recommend.