A snowstorm. A stranger. A spark. It should be the perfect start to the perfect love story.But real life is far messier and more complicated than in the pages of the books in Megan Taylor s family bookshop - the last few years have left this young widow in no doubt of that. Moving back home to York should have been a fresh start, but all it did was allow her to retreat from the world.When prize-winning author Xander Stone rams his supermarket trolley into her ankles and then trashes her taste in books, Megan is abruptly awoken from her self-imposed hibernation. It s time to start living again, and she s going to start by putting this arrogant, superior - admittedly sexy - stranger in his place.Just as she is beginning to enjoy life again, the worst happens and Megan begins to wonder if she should have stayed hidden away. Because it turns out that falling in love again is about more than just meeting under the mistletoe…Readers LOVE Rachel Burton! A feel-good read perfect for wintry nights Delightful. It gripped me from the first page Characters you ll connect with, scenes you ll picture perfectly, and cosy vibes you ll be absorbed by Terri H, Reviewer - 5 stars A lovely book to lose yourself in. Great characters and just the right amount of romance, a perfect read any time of year.Jesse C, Reviewer - 4 stars A sweet, wholesome Christmas book with a literary twist. Lots of fun references to famous and even contemporary romances and the narrator was so soothing. A perfect audiobook to get lost inKristen G, Bookseller - 5 starsChristmas bookishness alights in this snowy romance as the main characters work through their own issues and begin to move on… with each other The poignant plight of independent bookstores and the shared death of loved ones is balanced with the hilarious and historical Regency Christmas party and the romance book club to end all book clubs.Rachel Burton has been making up stories for as long as she can remember and always dreamed of being a writer until life somehow got in the way. After reading for a degree in Classics and another in English Literature she accidentally fell into a career in law, but eventually managed to write her first book on her lunch breaks. Now she writes from a small bedroom looking out over hydrangeas, lavender bushes and rambling roses, in a little house in Yorkshire.