A Winter in New York
The delicious new wintery romance from the Sunday Times bestselling author of One Day in December
by Josie Silver
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Pub Date 12 Oct 2023 | Archive Date 12 Oct 2023
'A tender, heart-felt read, with the perfect blend of ingredients: New York, food, family and romance!' Sophie Cousens
Where better to start again than New York?
Iris arrives in the city of dreams, intent on restarting her culinary career, and leaving her recent heartache behind.
Wandering the streets at a famous food festival, Iris feels like she's living in a movie. Then she stumbles upon a gelateria that looks strangely familiar. Inside, she meets Gio: a perfect leading man with an irresistible smile - and a crisis of his own.
As fate would have it, Iris is the one person with the answer to his problem. She just can't tell him that . . .
So, can Iris finally let go of the past - and let herself fall in love?
A sumptuously cosy seasonal love story set in sparkling New York, from the queen of the 'what if?' romance Josie Silver.
'Joyous, uplifting and heart-racingly romantic. I devoured it. You'll find me in Little Italy licking gelato off a hot Italian stallion's chest' Cathy Bramley
'A unique and gorgeously written love story bursting with characters you'll want to protect' Lizzie Damilola Blackburn
'Deliciously romantic - I loved everything about it' Libby Page
'A magical love story that had me hooked from the first page' Cressida McLaughlin
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Average rating from 349 members
I just love this author, yet to be disappointed by any of her books and I have read them all. She writes such wonderful characters, that you end up caring passionately about and puts them in such great situations. This book was no different and I found I just didn’t want to put this book down. In fact I loved this book so much that I recommended it to my book club, as I know it will lead to great discussion.
Following the death of her mother and a bad relationship Iris leaves England and plans to start off again in New York, then in a chance encounter in a gelataria she finds a business in crisis and she sets out to try to help, recognising her personal connection to this place.
This sets in motion a number of chain events, and we find ourselves introduced to one of the most wonderful families you could wish to meet in fiction. Like Iris you find yourself totally enamoured by the whole situation, but you can feel a crisis coming at the same time.
As I say I loved this book, and strongly recommend it to all lovers of great fiction, and those that love great girl meets boy stories with a twist. I personally cannot wait to read Jodie’s next book and was just sorry to see this book end.
I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.