Book Review: A Christmas Feast and other Stories by Katie Fforde

A Christmas Feast cover

Title: A Christmas Feast and other Stories

Published: 4th December 2014

Publisher: Arrow

Author: Katie Fforde

Visit her online at www.katiefforde.com

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Twitter: @katiefforde

Synopsis:

A delicious Christmas feast of short stories from the Sunday Times No. 1 bestselling author of A French Affair and The Perfect Match.

Add some extra sparkle to your Christmas by joining Katie Fforde for a perfect, romantic Christmas feast of short stories. Collected together for the first time and including one brand new story.

Make your Christmas wishes come true…

Meet the man of your dreams in Italy.

Get snowed-in in Scotland with an irascible but oh-so-attractive male author.

See how a mix-up over a holiday booking can result in the happiest of Christmas Days.

Join Katie Fforde and sample some of your favourite dishes, enjoy a few surprises, and for the first time taste her newest and most romantic short story.

All collected here in one perfect story collection.

Includes and exclusive sneak preview of Katie’s new novel, A Vintage Wedding, coming in February 2015.

 

Review:

Another book to mark off my 2015 Reading Challenge list – A Book set during Christmas.

This is the perfect book to read at lunchtime as it is made up of lots of short stories to keep you entertained. Each story has its own bit of Christmas sparkle thrown in for good measure. I love reading books set at Christmas time and this one delivers every time.

Lots of short sweet stories, some longer than others, but all with that special something that has you wanting to come back for more. I like the way that even with a very short story the characters always seem fully developed. It’s the mark of a great writer and I would recommend anything written by Katie Fforde. Guaranteed to put a smile on your face and get you in a great mood.

My favourite stories are The Undercover Cook – romance getting all heated up in the kitchen, From Scotland with Love – getting snowed-in with an attractive author sounds like fun and A Christmas Feast – music of the soul to get the heart beating faster.

Also love that they put an excerpt at the back of the book to get you all excited about the next one that’s coming soon.

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4 out of 5 stars

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