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A Daughter's Christmas Wish - cover

A Daughter's Christmas Wish

Victoria Cornwall

Publisher: Choc Lit

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A soldier’s promise brings him to a small Cornish village where he discovers holiday warmth and a chance at love in this WWI-Era romance.  Cornwall, 1919. It is more than a year after the Great War ends that Nicholas finally returns to England. Even now, he does so to keep a promise he made to a fallen soldier. In Cornwall for Christmas, Nicholas finds the charming teashop managed by Rose; the youngest daughter of a family whose festive spirits have been blighted by the horrors of war.   Though Nicholas knows he could never replace Rose’s lost fiancé, he strives to give her the kind of Christmas she always wished to have. But as he and Rose grow closer, Nicholas begins to question whether he is there to honor a friend’s memory, or if he may have finally found a home—and a love—of his own.

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