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 a distinctly ‘bah-humbug’ Hudson that Christmas really can be the most wonderful time of the year?
This was the perfect read for this time of year. Not just in the run up to Christmas but with the thread to do with the manor house possibly being haunted, it was also great to read so close to Halloween. Some parts definitely made the hairs on my arms stand on end!
This is the third book to focus on Ruby and her sleuthing partner, Hudson. I can’t begin to tell you how much I adore these characters and I really hope we catch up again with them soon. More so as the mysteries they end up working on, whilst sometimes dangerous, they also make for an entertaining read.
Snow Falls over Sunnybrook has it all! Mystery and suspense, a bit of action and thrills and not forgetting wonderful friendships and blossoming romances. The author had me racing through the pages to see not only if Ruby and Hudson solve a certain case as well as the mystery surrounding the manor being haunted but most importantly if Ruby and Hudson finally admit their true feelings towards each other. I actually thought I would start this book and read a few chapters before going to bed and ended up staying up until I had read it all. It was more than worth it though even if I did spend the next day being tired due to lack of sleep! An absolutely fabulous read from start to finish!
My thanks to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for inviting to be part of the blog tour. All opinions are my own and not biased in anyway.
Rosie Green has been scribbling stories ever since she was little. Back then they were rip-roaring adventure tales with a young heroine in perilous danger of falling off a cliff or being tied up by ‘the baddies’. Thankfully, Rosie has moved on somewhat, and now much prefers to write romantic comedies that melt your heart and make you smile, with really not much perilous danger involved at all, unless you count the heroine losing her heart in love.
Rosie’s brand new series of novellas is centred on life in a village café. The first two stories in the series are: Spring at The Little Duck Pond Cafe and Summer at The Little Duck Pond Café.
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