One Enchanted Evening

From the #1 bestselling author of uplifting feel-good fiction

    • 4.3 • 12 Ratings
    • £9.99
    • £9.99

Publisher Description

Step into the world of Katie Fforde where love, romance and the happiest of happy endings are just around the corner. The new novel by the number one bestselling author and queen of feel-good romance.

'A joy of a read' Bella

'Another delightful read. Fforde never disapoints' Weekly

'With a mother-daughter relationship at its heart, this is the perfect Mother's Day read.' Take a Break

'A joy of a read from Katie Fforde.' That's Life

'With palpable chemistry between Meg and Justin and they will-they-won't-they at its core, this enjoyable read will appeal to die-hard romantics' Heat Magazine

Ever since she can remember, Meg has wanted to be a professional cook.

But it's 1964, and in restaurant kitchens all over England it is still a man's world.

Then she gets a call from her mother who is running a small hotel in Dorset.

There's an important banqueting event coming up. She needs help and she needs it now!

When Meg arrives, the hotel seems stuck in the past. But she loves a challenge, and sets to work.

Then Justin, the son of the hotel owner, appears, determined to take over the running of the kitchen.

Infuriated, Meg is determined to keep cooking - and soon sparks between them begin to fly.

Will their differences be a recipe for disaster? After all, the course of true love never did run smooth...

Readers love One Enchanted Evening ...

***** 'One Enchanted Evening is a literary hug that filled me with a comforting warmth and made me crave for more.'
***** 'I loved this book so much that I devoured it in a day and a half. The characters were very well rounded and you instantly become invested in the storyline, the characters, and the beautiful old hotel.'
*****'A lovely relaxing read, perfect for a winters day, or for that matter as a holiday read!'
***** 'One Enchanted evening is everything you need in a novel when the weather outside demands you snuggle under a blanket with a good book.'
***** 'This is a nice, escapist tale.'

2 March

Customer Reviews

sandy21* ,


Nice and light easy reading.

HeyerF4n ,

Return to the 1960s

A delightful tale focusing on a family run failing hotel in rural Dorset with delightful characters. Meg is an aspiring chef, at a time when women were ‘cooks’ and only men were ‘chefs’ and when her mother, as manager of the hotel, requests her support she jumps on a train. Within 30 minutes of arriving she finds that the hotel owner is off in France, the obnoxious chef has fired most of the staff and after a tantrum when his suppliers let him down walks out on the eve of a large banquet. What can she do but take over and save the day? But is the owner’s son happy with her? Not at all, he is all condescension and rudeness when he turns up and tries to throw her out of the kitchen.
I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book from NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

Semele21 ,

Dreadful waste of time ....

Repetitive paragraphs, dreary and unrealistic characters and so utterly predictable and unbelievable storyline ..... not a good read on any level.

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