Wedding Bells at the Dog & Duck
A perfect, feel-good, uplifting romance from Jill Steeples for 2024
by Jill Steeples
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Pub Date 20 Nov 2023 | Archive Date 20 Nov 2023
Ellie Browne, landlady of the Dog & Duck, is looking forward to a relaxing Christmas Day before the arrival of her and Max’s baby in the new year.
But with a snowstorm brewing outside, it seems that things might not go quite to plan. After the dramatic events of the holiday season, Ellie settles into her new life at Max's huge country mansion, Braithwaite Manor, juggling work and family as best she can.
When she's asked to help organise a summer wedding for one of her best friends it's only natural that her mind turns to her own non-existent wedding plans! But with Max decidedly lukewarm on the subject and other family complications threatening to disrupt life further, Ellie fears there'll never be wedding bells at the Dog & Duck after all.
The perfect feel-good love story for fans of Cathy Bramley, Heidi Swain and Julie Houston.
What readers say about Jill Steeples:
'Wonderful warm wintry read with everything you want in a Christmas read!! Enjoyable, heart warming, festive fun!'
'Jill Steeples makes the reader feel as though the characters are life long friends and I love how they all link together in one way or another. Looking forward to more from this Author in the near future.'
'It is a very festive and cosy read. This is a lovely heartwarming read which also has a few surprises and twists and turns. I really enjoyed reading this book.'
'Snowflakes Over Primrose Woods is superbly written but then I have come to expect nothing less from Jill Steeples. Jill has one of those easy going writing styles that is easy to get used to and easy to get along with. In fact reading one of Jill's books feels more like a chat between friends rather than reading a book.'