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Christmas at Fox Farm by Helen Pollard | #BookReview #BooksOnTour @helenpollard147 @Bookouture #NetGalley #ContemporaryRomance

The magic of Christmas in a beautiful snow-white Yorkshire farm

Today, we are thrilled to be the stop on the Blog Tour for Christmas at Fox Farm by Helen Pollard. 

Our thanks to Bookouture and NetGalley for the advanced reader’s copy. 

Book Details

Print Length: 306 pages
Publisher: Bookouture (September 29, 2021)
Language: English

Book Description

At Fox Farm, the village has gathered to decorate the ten-foot tree and carol the night away. Robins dart across frosty hedgerows and holly bushes are covered with ruby-red berries. But this year they will need an extra pinch of festive magic to keep Christmas alive…

Living atFox Farm, with its cosy café, beautiful pottery studio and charming gift shop, is a dream come true for thirty-one-year-old Daisy. The kindly owner, Jean, and the close-knit village feel like the home and family Daisy has never had. She’s been looking forward to her first magical Christmas in the countryside.

When Jean suddenly falls ill, Daisy is the first to lend a hand. She ropes in Alex – Jean’s handsome but stubborn nephew – to help her. When the pair discover the farm is almost bankrupt, it seems like the annual Christmas celebrations will be cancelled. Alex and Daisy need a plan, and quickly, if they are to pull off Christmas against the odds and save Fox Farm.

From the get-go Daisy and Alex cannot agree on anything, from the mince pie recipe to the colour scheme for the tree. Soon, however, in true Christmas spirit, they find themselves coming together in the face of decorating disasters, tripping over each other at the holiday barn dance and tracking down a missing Santa Claus.

But when Daisy discovers the secret Alex is keeping about the future of Jean’s farm, will she run from the only place that has ever felt like home? Or will she find a way to save Christmas and the farm, and open her heart to a new beginning for her and Alex?

Grab a mug of hot chocolate and a mince pie (or two!) and lose yourself in this utterly charming and romantic holiday tale that proves home is where the heart is. Perfect for fans of Sarah Morgan, Heidi Swain and Holly Martin, this is the book that will make your Christmas!

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Christmas at Fox Farm is a story about getting old, family love, and kindness bringing people together.

Daisy was an orphaned kid in the foster system and had never experienced a sense of home and belonging.

It all changed when she moved to Fox Farm and fell in love with the place and its community.

All was well until Jean, the farms’ owner, suffered a stroke, and her nephew Alex assumed the running of the farm.

Alex’s plans for the future of the farm could shatter Daisy’s dreams of finally setting down, but, at the same time, she could help but be attracted to his kind soul and handsome looks.

The romance between Daisy and Alex builds slowly and on solid foundations. I love the wintery scenery, the countryside vibes, and how the story is infused with art.

Lovely Christmas read!

Disclosure: I received an ARC of this book via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

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About the Author

As a child, Helen had a vivid imagination fueled by her love of reading, so she started to create her own stories in a notebook.

She still prefers fictional worlds to real life, believes characterization is the key to a successful book, and enjoys infusing her writing with humor and heart.

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