Port Out – the first part of The Canal Boat Café Christmas – is out now!

Port Out - out now

It’s Christmas! OK, it’s only November, but that means Christmas books.  I love the books that come out at this time of year that combine the cosy, festive sparkles of Christmas and the warmth and deliciousness of a good romance.  It’s the perfect recipe for happiness in book form, and this year, I wanted to get in on the action.   I loved writing A Christmas Tail, putting in all the Christmas details and making the romance extra special, and I was itching to write another festive love story.

Summer and Mason, from The Canal Boat Café, are still two of my favourite characters – not to mention those beautiful narrowboats – and I really wanted to find out what happened next in their story, so I wrote it!  Now it’s a two-part Christmas special called The Canal Boat Café Christmas, and part 1, Port Out, is out now!  Here’s the blurb . . .

Summer is so in love with her boyfriend Mason and dreams of taking the next step with him, but is Mason ready too? When her friend Claire offers Summer a chance to come to London with her canal boat, Summer thinks this will give them a chance to find out, and they embark on a magical journey on the canal all the way to the scenic beauty of Little Venice. But will it be plain sailing all the way?

And you only have to wait until December 1st for part 2, Starboard Home. Here’s a sneak peek:

Summer and Mason find themselves unexpectedly spending the entire Christmas holiday in Little Venice when the canal freezes over. But their idyllic winter excursion is thrown into turmoil when an unexpected visitor appears on the scene. Are Summer and Mason facing the Big Freeze in more ways than one? Or will this be one Winter Warmer that they’ll never forget?

I hope you enjoy reading these, and they make you feel as Christmassy as I did when I was writing them.  And if you do have time to leave a quick review on Amazon, that would be amazing.  Thank you!

Happy reading!

Cressy xx

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