Cosy up at the Comfort Food Cafe for a romance that isn’t just for Christmas…
‘You’ll devour this book in one go’ Woman’s Weekly
‘As cosy as a buttered crumpet’ Sunday Times bestseller Milly Johnson
*Don’t miss out on the new Comfort Food Cafe novel and return to Budbury for a Christmas to remember*
Christmas has never been Katie Seddon’s favourite time of year. Whilst everyone else shares memories of families coming together and festive number ones, the soundtrack to Katie’s childhood wasn’t quite so merry.
But since she moved to the village of Budbury on the gorgeous Dorset coast, Katie and her baby son have found a new family. A family who have been brought together by life’s unexpected roads and the healing magic of a slice of cake and a cupful of kindess at the Comfort Food Café.
This year, Katie’s new friends are determined to give her a Christmas to remember, and with a gorgeous newcomer in town, Katie’s Christmas wish for a happy home for her son might just come true.
‘Oh how I wish the Comfort Food Cafe was real!’ Annie’s Book Corner
‘I felt like I was returning home to friends who I hadn’t seen in a long while…warm hearted and just plain lovely’ Lisa Talks About
‘Perfect to enjoy on a crisp afternoon with a delicious hot chocolate (with marshmallows!). I'm sure you'll fall in love with the cafe and all its regulars too’ Alba in Bookland
‘A true festive book with a lovely heartwarming story’ The Reading Shed
‘What a wonderful return to the Comfort Food Cafe…had me smiling from start to finish’ Rachel’s Random Reads
‘A sheer delight’ – Sunday Express
About the author
Debbie Johnson is a best-selling author who lives and works in Liverpool, where she divides her time between writing, caring for a small tribe of children and animals, and not doing the housework.
She worked as a journalist for many years, until she decided it would be more fun to make up her own stories than to tell other people’s. After trying her hand at pretty much every genre of writing other than Westerns and spy dramas, she has settled on women’s fiction that seems to make people laugh and make people cry, often at the same time.
Her books include The Birthday That Changed Everything, Pippa’s Cornish Dream, and Summer at the Comfort Food Cafe, all published by HarperCollins. She also ghost-wrote model and presenter Abbey Clancy’s debut novel, Remember My Name.
Follow her on twitter @debbiemjohnson, or at www.facebook.com/debbiejohnsonauthor – but be warned, she mainly talks about dogs.