Christmas at the Chateau by Lorraine Wilson Book Review

Book Description (via Goodreads): A Christmas she’ll remember forever… Poppy is looking forward to spending her first Christmas in France with her boyfriend, Leo’s, Château. And as the snow falls softly around the dramatic castle, Poppy can’t think of anything more magical. There are new traditions to discover, a cosy Christmas market to explore and best of all, a promise of secret treasure hunt from gorgeous Leo. Only family pressure and uncertainty about her future in France can threaten to cast a shadow over the holiday. When the treasure hunt takes an unexpected turn Poppy knows for sure this is one Christmas she’ll remember forever.

I have given Christmas at the Chateau by Lorraine Wilson four out of five stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

A sweet, fun and detailed novella. Wilson’s descriptive writing really drew me into this story, she managed to set the Christmassy, snowy scene perfectly. I really liked the sound of the characters that we meet in this novella, especially Sophie; she seemed like a very interesting person to learn more about. The two main characters this novella is focused on are called Poppy and Leo. Their relationship looks to be filled with a lot of love and passion which makes my heart simply squeal with happiness and would be something I’d love to read more about.

I’m very impressed at how Wilson has managed to a create a short story of only 42 pages and yet has included enough information in the book to feel as though you have already met Poppy and Leo. For the plot of the story, it felt long enough however, I would love to know what happens from then on and what becomes of their happy future together.

I really enjoyed reading this story, it’s definitely made me consider picking up the first book in the series to re-start Poppy and Leo’s relationship for me so I can see where it all began.

Have you read Christmas at the Chateau by Lorraine Wilson? If so, what did you think? Have you read any books written by Lorraine Wilson? Let me know in the comments below.

Happy reading,

Claire 📚

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