A cozy and cute conclusion to the Watkiss-Holmes trilogy.
Thank you so much to Rachel at https://www.rachelsrandomresources.com/ and Rosie Green for allowing me to be part of this experience and also providing me with a complimentary eBook and blog tour media kit!
About the Author
Rosie’s series of novellas is centred around life in a village cafe. Her latest, ‘The Wedding Cake Wish’, is out now.
Look out for more Little Duck Pond Café tales in 2022, including ‘Chocolate Cake for Breakfast’ and ‘Christmas in June’.
Follow Rosie on Twitter – https://twitter.com/Rosie_Green88
Book CWs: For a list of content/trigger warnings, tropes, and representation for this book, check out its page on BookTriggerWarnings.com.
The chance to spend a night ghost-hunting alone with Hudson Holmes at Brambleberry Manor seems like a dream come true for Ruby Watkiss. Maybe, she thinks, this is their chance to get closer? But when mysterious goings-on start happening which have nothing to do with the spirit world, the pair are catapulted off on another sleuthing adventure. And as the snow starts to fall and emotions are rising at the Little Duck Pond Cafe, Ruby is faced with a double challenge. Can she be braver than she’s ever been, in order to rescue something very close to her heart? And can she convince Hudson that Christmas really can be the most wonderful time of the year?
Review (No Spoilers)
Hello friends! I’m back with the third, and last (I think), blog tour review this week! I have so many things to do; I don’t know how I accidentally signed up for all of these tours back-to-back.
Snow Falls over Sunnybrook is the eighteenth book in The Little Duck Pond Cafe series, and the third/last book in the Watkiss-Holmes mini trilogy. Though I haven’t read all of The Little Duck Pond Cafe series books, I have read all of the Watkiss-Holmes ones! You can find the review for the first book of that mini-series here, and the second book here.
Unlike the past two books in this trilogy, the plot of this one doesn’t actually revolve around one big mystery. Instead, it has around 3 mini-mysteries incorporated to the story. I was a little confused at first when the first mystery was seemingly done in a few chapters, but everything flowed easily despite this. I’ve been a huge fan of the Watkiss-Holmes “will they won’t they” dynamic over the past two books, and knowing that this was the final book in their story, I was cheering them on full-heartedly. The two of them are such a great pair; I can’t imagine who wouldn’t want them to end up together!
If you’re a fan of romance books and cozy mysteries, this series is a must! The books are fairly short and quick–not to mention super cute! This book is also a holiday-themed novel revolving around Christmas, so it’s perfect for this holiday season!
If you’re interested in hearing more about Snow Falls over Sunnybrook, you can follow along with the tour below. If you’d like to purchase it, you can find it here!
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