A distant relative. A blizzard. A Christmas of surprises.
Charlotte (Lottie) Short isn’t looking forward to Christmas. Her boyfriend, Clark has decided their relationship has run its course. Apparently, he needs to ‘find himself’ … on a three-week skiing holiday with his friends. Now Lottie and her beloved spaniel, Merry, are going to have to face the festive season – and a bleak future, without him.
But a Christmas card and ‘round-robin’ letter from a distant relative gives Lottie cause for hope. And as the first snowflakes fall, she’s on her way to Seahorse Harbour. She’ll spend a few days in a cosy B&B and get some bracing, sea air. That might help heal her broken heart.
What Lottie doesn’t plan for is a freak snowstorm, or Merry needing treatment from the local, and rather gorgeous vet, Asher Bryant, meaning Lottie will have to stay in the tiny seaside village for longer than expected. But at least there’s a warm welcome at her aunt’s cottage. And in the village pub... along with a roaring, log fire.
That’s not all that might bring a rosy glow to Lottie’s cheeks this Christmas. Asher’s pretty hot... and so are one or two of the guests in Seahorse Harbour Holiday Park. This Christmas might be better than Lottie expected. Perhaps she’ll find she doesn’t need her ex-boyfriend, Clark, after all.
This is the second book in my new series of standalone novels set in the tiny, seaside village of Seahorse Harbour.