I’m delighted to be sharing my thoughts about The Winter Garden by Heidi Swain.
I’ve loved being back in this community, this time with Freya and a totally different message (well two actually, feeling gratitude really does return gifts to you threefold AND follow your dream and don’t give up!).
Being outside and letting nature work her magic is a big part of the story.
As much as I enjoyed the friction and attraction between Freya and Finn, it was great to see how Nightingale Square and Kate and Luke were getting on. But even more than that, WINTERFEST! What a brilliant idea! It’s made me want to join in sessions.
Conflict comes from family but so does the greatest opportunity for change 🙂
From the moment I started reading I found it hard to put this story down (not even realising on a couple of occasions it had gone passed midnight). I was drawn in emotionally and felt really sad when the story ended.
If you’re feeling isolated or just a bit down at this time of year, then The Winter Garden is a read that will lift your mood and leave you feeling great from being a part of such a warm and loving community. Highly recommended.
Heidi Swain is the Sunday Times Top Ten best-selling author of SLEIGH RIDES AND SILVER BELLS AT THE CHRISTMAS FAIR. Her other titles include The Cherry Tree Café, Summer at Skylark Farm, Mince Pies and Mistletoe at the Christmas Market, Coming Home to Cuckoo Cottage, Snowflakes and Cinnamon Swirls at the Winter Wonderland, Poppy’s Recipe for Life, The Christmas Wish List, The Secret Seaside Escape and The Winter Garden.
Heidi lives in beautiful south Norfolk with her family and a mischievous cat called Storm. She is passionate about gardening, the countryside, collecting vintage paraphernalia and reading. Her tbr pile is always out of control!
Heidi loves to chat with her readers and you can get in touch via her website heidiswain.co.uk/ or Twitter @Heidi_Swain