Saturday 26 October 2019

Notting Hill In The Snow Blog Tour

It's mayhem in Bethlehem…

unless they can work together! Viola Smith plays the viola in an orchestra (yes really!), but this year she's been asked to stretch her musical talents to organising Notting Hill's local nativity.

 Nate Williams isn't looking forward to Christmas but as his small daughter, Grace, has the starring role in the show, he's forced to stop being a Grinch and volunteer with Viola.

 With the sparks between them hotter than the chestnuts roasting in Portobello market, Nate and Viola can't deny their feelings. And as the snow starts to fall over London, they find themselves trapped together in more ways than one…


This book is a delicious slice of festive feels that really could be a movie. From the first page i could picture everything as clear as day and it was delightful. We meet Viola on her way to work when someone barges her, gives her a black eye and is generally horrid but a chance meeting with a mr nine to five brightens it up. When he rocks up at her work - she literally chases after him. Viola is asked as part of her work outreach program to organise the local nativity play and with the help of mr nine to five (Nate) they seem to end up spending more and more time together.

As the pair spend more and more time together we get to see their relationship grow but not only between them but it also includes Nates daughter Grace. This book was just wonderful with brilliant leading characters that were flawed, had their own issues and just felt real. They showed it is okay to not be perfect and set out a brilliant example to Grace. Not only did it have brilliant main characters - it had sizzling well built chemistry between the pair, it was a slow burner that paid off. Lastly - it had all the festive feels - im talking Christmas tree shopping, snowman building, the most prefect sounding hot chocolate and fantastic roast dinners.

This is a read to pick up this winter to get you in the festive spirit.

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Author Bio –
Jules Wake announced at the age of ten that she planned to be a writer. Along the way she was diverted by the glamorous world of PR and worked on many luxury brands and not so luxury brands. This proved fabulous training for writing novels as it provided her with the opportunity to hone her writing and creative skills penning copy on a vast range of subjects from pig farming and watches, sunglasses and skincare through to beer and stationery.
She writes best-selling warm-hearted contemporary fiction for One More Chapter as Jules Wake and under her pen name Julie Caplin, she writes the Romantic Escapes series.
Between them, the two Js have written twelve novels, Notting Hill in the Snow being the latest.
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Instagram: juleswakeauthor

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