Climbing out the window in her dress and tiara wasn’t exactly how Frankie imagined her wedding day…
After she calls off her wedding, Frankie Ashford knows exactly where she need to go: Norway to find her estranged mother and make peace with the past. When a slip on the ice in Oslo sends her flying into the arms of Jonas Thorsen, she finds herself a little distracted from her original mission.
But Jonas is a family man through and through, and even though he knows that anything he and Frankie share has an expiration date, he is determined to help her find the answers she’s seeking and do whatever it takes to help her reunite with her mother.
Can Frankie find the answers she’s looking for, and will the northern lights work their magic and help her find love along the way?
An uplifting cosy Christmas romance to curl up with, perfect for fans of Holly Martin and Tilly Tennant.
Praise for Love at the Northern Lights:
'Darcie’s writing is as warm, sweet and comforting as a mug of hot chocolate on a cold winter’s day' Sarah Bennett, author of The Lavender Bay series
‘Fab-U-lous!! Different to any other Christmas book I've read this year, this one sparkles and dazzles from beginning to end!’ 5* Grace J ReviewerLady
‘A wonderfully sweet story of love, forgiveness, and learning to follow your own path’ 5* My Life as a Dog Bed
‘From its stunning cover, the hilarious first few chapters, and then the way the story develops, well this is just fabulous...This really is a wonderful book to add to your must-reads stack for this winter, and its one of my favourites from this author’ 5* Rachel’s Random Reads
‘Loved loved loved this book!! Didn’t want it to end. A great book of love, forgiveness and deciding ur own path. Definitely looking out from more by this author’ 5* Reader review
‘Words cannot describe just how much I LOVED this novel. It was romantic, it was adventurous and was just overall a really lovely, cosy novel’ 5* Reader review
‘A real holiday pick me up!’ 5* Reader review
Low Key Romance
I was drawn to read this book because of the title, as I have long wanted to view the Aurora Borealis. The descriptions of the lights and Norway itself did not disappoint and I thought the story of her childhood, her parents love for each other and her getting to know her mother were sensitively written. However I didn’t feel the chemistry between Frankie and Jonas and any romance seemed incidental to her relationship with her parents. I found the ending of the story rushed and the timeline of events in the epilogue confusing. I doubt I will read more by this author.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.