Book review: Christmas At The Country Practice by Sharon Booth

Christmas at the Country Practice: A Bramblewick Novel
Christmas at the Country Practice: A Bramblewick Novel by Sharon Booth

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was looking for a cosy book that I could read in a day or so and this definitely delivered.

Nell believes in love at first sight and The One. She thinks The One for her is Riley.
Riley doesn’t believe in romance or true love much.

Nell’s attempts to get Riley to notice her make Riley think she’s a bit weird. I loved that. At first Nell came across as a bit daft, but her own awareness of how oddly she was behaving made it funny. Her behaviour itself becomes a critical part of the plot.

There’s a lovely sense of community about Bramblewick and there’s lots of Christmas to go round. If you’re looking for a fun and festive read, this is a good book.

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Christmas For Commitmentphobes is out now!

Book cover Christmas For Commitmentphobes. SE Asian girl with snowy festive background

As if one book wasn’t enough, I’ve got a second book out just in time for Christmas. This one is a shorter read (but still a full story). It seems 2019 is my year of releasing LGBTQ+ romances. Christmas for Commitmentphobes and A Convenient Marriage were written many years apart and released under two different pen names, but it seems that now is the time to release books about BAME people who are queer.

Book cover - Asian girl in front of snowy Christmas scene

At Christmastime, the last thing you need is more commitments.

Lara needs to give her full attention to her haulage logistics company (Haulistic Solutions). Tilly can’t wait to go travelling again. Neither of them is ready for a relationship. But when they end up stranded in a village in Yorkshire, the attraction is undeniable.

A holiday romance is all well and good, but what happens when they have to go their separate ways again?