Winter Wishes at Swallowtail Bay (Swallowtail Bay, Book 3)
‘A perfect Christmas package filled with friends, fun and festive sparkle! It wrapped me up and warmed my heart’ Jane Linfoot, author of Love at the Little Wedding Shop by the Sea
Grab your cosiest jumper and escape to the beautiful Swallowtail Bay!
Christmas and romance are in the air and Nell is obsessed! She can’t stop watching her favourite Christmas romcoms and dreaming of the day when she meets her own romantic hero, especially as she is hosting the first ever wedding at her small hotel, Holly Lodge.
Nell’s best friend, Tom, has been in love with her ever since they met. But Nell has never seen him that way, and he’s always kept his feelings a secret in case it ruins their friendship.
After the opening of the glamorous Langdon Mansion Hotel in the bay, Nell’s hotel is struggling for survival and she must fight, with Tom’s help, to keep Holly Lodge open. Can the magic of Christmas help two old friends save Holly Lodge and open Nell’s eyes to a love that was always there the whole time?
Winter Wishes at Swallowtail Bay is the hilarious new romantic comedy from Katie Ginger, perfect for fans of Cathy Bramley, Veronica Henry and Holly Martin!
Everyone LOVES Katie Ginger
'Seaside, strawberries and a sexy hero – what's not to love?' Mandy Baggot
‘Perfect escapism!’ Cressida McLaughlin
‘A hilarious romantic comedy that left me with a big smile on my face’ Holly Martin
‘So beautifully written. It made me want to move house right now and set up by the sea!’ Tilly Tennant
‘A delightful and delicious read for hopeful romantics everywhere’ Sandy Barker
‘I wish I could give this book more than five stars, this is definitely my favourite of Katie's books to date.’ ***** NetGalley review
‘Hetty is a dynamo! I enjoyed having a heroine who knew her goals, set them, and goes after them.’ ***** NetGalley review
‘An absolute pleasure to read, I loved delving into these pages and was smiling as I reached the end.’ ***** NetGalley review
‘Sheer delightful escapist fun.’ NetGalley review