Cosy up on the sofa with this year’s most heartwarming, feel good comfort read!
Welcome to Love Heart Lane…
When Flick Simons returns to the cosy village of Heartcross she only expected to stay for a few days. The white-washed cottages of Love Heart Lane might be her home, but the place holds too many painful memories, and of one man in particular – Fergus Campbell.
When a winter storm sweeps in, the only bridge connecting the village to the main land is swept away. As the villagers pull together, Flick finds herself welcomed back by the friends she once left behind. And as the snow begins to melt, maybe there is a chance that Fergus’s heart will thaw too…
Readers ADORE Christie’s books:
‘A hug in a book’ Jeannie, Amazon
‘A warm, cosy winter read perfect for January nights’ Susie, Amazon
‘I love reading about a community pulling together in the face of adversity…These days so many live lonely, anonymous lives in towns and cities’ Joanna, Amazon
‘A book full of love and community spirit’ Kathy, Amazon
‘I want to live there!!!’ Cally, Amazon
‘Delightfully warm feelgood fiction at its best’ Lorna, Amazon
‘Full of warmth, fun and feel-good factor’ Sunday Times bestseller Katie Fforde
‘Christie Barlow is one of the best writers in this genre’ Lorraine Rugman – The Book Review Café
‘Christie is an immensely talented author with the ability to spin words into heart-warming comedy gold’ Caroline Mitchell #1 bestselling author
‘Well-observed, highly-relatable and wickedly-funny’ Sunday Times bestseller Cathy Bramley
‘There’s always love, laughter and a happy-ever-after with Christie Barlow’s books!’ Mandy Baggot
‘What I absolutely love about the authors books is her attention to her characters, they are a joy to read about. they are so well developed by the end of the book you really do feel you are saying “goodbye” to old friends’ Lorraine Rugman – The Book Review Café
About the author
Christie Barlow is the author of A Year in the Life of a Playground Mother, The Misadventures of a Playground Mother, Kitty's Countryside Dream, Lizzie's Christmas Escape, Evie's Year of Taking Chances and The Cosy Canal Boat Dream.
Her writing career came as somewhat a surprise when she decided to write a book to teach her children a valuable life lesson and show them that they are capable of achieving their dreams. The book she wrote to prove a point is now a #1 bestseller in the UK, USA and Australia.
Christie is an ambassador for @ZuriProject raising money and awareness and engaging with communities in Uganda through organisations to improve their well-being. She is also Literary Editor for www.mamalifemagazine.co uk, bringing you all the latest news and reviews from the book world.
She loves to hear from her readers and you can get in touch via her website www.christiebarlow.com, Twitter @ChristieJBarlow and Facebook page, Christie Barlow author.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
Some books are designed to feel like a comforting embrace of a loved one. Love Heart Lane is one such book. Here, we meet Flick Simmons seeking solace in her home village of Heartcross for a few days. While she loves the chocolate-box cottages and isolated peace and quiet, she can’t ever stay for too long. Why? Fergus Campbell is why. However, disaster strikes when the sole bridge connecting the village to the mainland is hit by a freak winter storm. Christine Barlow does a lovely, deft job in having Fergus and Flick’s long-frosty relationship slowly thaw as the villagers find community spirit in surviving the storm.
Customer ReviewsSee All
TeachingMums.com ❤️ Love Heart Lane
This was such a great read, I enjoyed every single page. The story line was so rich.
I felt every moment as it happened and simply fell in love with Flick.
Looking forward to more from Love Heart Lane.
Love teachingmums.com xx
Nothing mind blowing, just a lovely sweet tale of love
I do not want to upset the written but the only reason I finished this book is the fact that when I start something, no matter how daunting, I will finish it. The book is poorly written. When turning pages I wondered why do I punish myself like this. It was a typical romance. Absolutely awful. Luckily it was a free book. I hope that not all free books are so hopeless.