Thank you to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for giving me the chance to review A Winter Warmer at the Little Cornish Kitchen by Jane Linfoot
When Gwen Starkey and her best friend, Ella Simpson, arrive in St Aidan to take on a cottage renovation, it’s the fresh start they both so desperately need. But when their new adventure begins with them unintentionally breaking into their neighbour, Ollie Lancaster’s cottage – thinking it’s their new home – and Gwen accidentally flashing the gorgeous Ollie before they flee, the life-long friends realise that life in Cornwall is going to be anything but quiet!
They also quickly discover that they’re in over their heads and it’s going to take a village to turn their cottage’s narrow walls into the luxurious hideaway of their dreams. St Aidan is full of colourful characters just waiting to welcome them, if only Gwen and Ella can find the courage to start leaving the past behind them…
Having enjoyed reading the previous two books, I couldn’t wait to delve into Jane Linfoot’s latest installment of The Little Cornish kitchen series. Even though this is the third book in the series it can easily be read as a standalone as it focuses on two new characters who move to St Aidan.
It did not disappoint one bit. It was a lovely read about new beginnings and definitely have you that village community feel the other books had. The characters were likeable and for many highly relatable.
I thoroughly enjoyed reading A Winter Warmer at the Little Cornish Kitchen, as I knew I would. I highly recommend this book.