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Felicity at the Cross Hotel: A feel good, uplifting romance for the summer

Helena Fairfax

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4.8 Stars
From 3 Reviews

A quaint hotel in the Lake District. The Cross Hotel is the perfect getaway. Or is it?
Felicity Everdene needs a break from the family business. Driving through the Lake District to the Cross Hotel, past the shining lake and the mountains, everything seems perfect. But Felicity soon discovers all is not well at the Cross Hotel …
Patrick Cross left the village of Emmside years ago never intending to return, but his father has left him the family’s hotel in his will, and now he's forced to come back. With a missing barmaid, a grumpy chef, and the hotel losing money, the arrival of Felicity Everdene from the notorious Everdene family only adds to Patrick’s troubles.
With so much to overcome, can Felicity and Patrick bring happiness to the Cross Hotel … and find happiness for themselves?

Praise for Helena Fairfax:
"Helena Fairfax writes feel good romances that are guaranteed to leave a smile on your face!" Elaine Everest, Sunday Times bestselling author
"Ms Fairfax’s writing is lovely, romantic, evocative and sweet with a hint at an old fashioned love story..." Anita Davidson, Author
"Helena Fairfax spins a romantic tale..." Robbi Perna Phd. Author and lecturer
"Who can resist Helena’s reasons for writing romances, which include her optimistic view of humanity?" Kenneth Hicks, Author

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