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Forced by circumstance into the world of temping, when Abby Davis accepts an assignment in the wilds of Yorkshire as personal assistant to a widowed novelist, she assumes he is an ageing recluse.

Thirty-something Jack Blane is anything but an aging recluse. Still struggling to get his life and writing career back on track three years after his wife's death, Jack isn't ready for a breath of fresh air like Abby.

Snowed in at his winter retreat on the moors, as the weeks go by and their working relationship becomes friendship and maybe more, Abby must rethink her policy of never getting involved with someone at work, and Jack must decide whether he is willing to risk the pain of love a second time.

©2014 Helen Pollard (P)2016 Clean Reads/Astraea Press

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  • Jan
  • 18-07-2018

Warm Hearts in Winter

Warm Hearts in Winter was very ordinary. Have read other Helen Pollard Books which were quite good

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  • Kelly
  • 11-07-2017

Not My Favorite

What did you love best about Warm Hearts in Winter?

I love Helen Pollards Little French Guesthouse books. So I decided to branch out and was very disappointed. The narration was so bad I stopped listening and checked it out from the library to finish reading it. The story itself was okay- it's a quick read without much of an arc.