My review of Merry Mistletoe by Emma Davies

Sherbourne Mistletoe has been prized and sold at the annual Mistletoe Fair for over a hundred years; but could this year possibly be the last? With her father’s sudden death and debts mounting up it looks as though Freya’s only hope for the future is to sell her beloved family home. And to make matters worse, the only contenders to buy Appleyard Farm, are the people she’d least like to sell it to – the dreaded Henderson brothers who seem always to make life so difficult.

It’s magical stuff though, mistletoe, and the arrival of the mysterious Amos Fry brings a glimmer of hope that just maybe Freya can fall in love with Christmas all over again.

This was a fun little read that I enjoyed a lot! It was a great way to pass a few hours wrapped up in the warm with a hot drink on a drab autumn day thinking of the Christmas ahead.

I loved the character of Freya and Amos was a brilliant and lovely character to read about in the book, there were some twists and turns but I really enjoyed the ending and how it made me feel warm and cosy inside – a brilliant book for getting in the mood for the upcoming festivities. Hoping to read more from Emma Davies in the future too!