A Cornish Christmas at Pear Tree Farm by Angela Britnell
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A Cornish Christmas at Pear Tree Farm

Published Date: December 7, 2021

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Pairing up at Pear Tree Farm in time for Christmas …

Pear Tree Farm in Cornwall, owned by the kind-hearted Nessa Vivian, is known for taking in lost souls, and ex-soldier Crispin Davies is certainly one of those. But the once sleepy caravan park is now a thriving business, and far from the peace and quiet Crispin was craving, he soon finds himself roped into helping out with a short-notice Christmas festival, organised by Nessa’s force-of-nature sister, Lowena.

But despite Crispin’s initial reluctance, his involvement in the festival serves to throw him together with Ashley Spencer, an American woman and fellow lost soul, who works at the nearby Tregereth House. Could Lowena’s ambitious scheme result in a more hopeful Christmas and New Year for them both – with a few surprises along the way?

Sequel to A Cornish Summer at Pear Tree Farm

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Angela Britnell

Angela_author picture RDAngela was born in St. Stephen, Cornwall, England. After completing her A-Levels she worked as a Naval Secretary. She met her husband, a US Naval Flight Officer while being based at a small NATO Headquarters on the Jutland Peninsula in Denmark. They lived together in Denmark, Sicily, California, southern Maryland and London before settling in Franklin, Tennessee.

Angela took a creative writing course in 2000 and loved it so much that she has barely put her pen down since. She has had short stories and novels published in the US. Her novel Sugar & Spice, won Choc Lit’s Search for an American Star competition and was her UK debut.

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Customer Reviews


  1. Anne
    Anne at

    Angela’s done it again. A Cornish Christmas at Pear Tree Farm – a romance novel at its best. Characters you can’t help but fall in love with, an American hero a Cornish girl. What more can I say? An excellent entertaining read. I couldn’t put it down and loved it.

  2. Gill L.
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    A worthy sequel to A Cornish Summer at Pear Tree Farm – I was very interested to find out what happened to those two really emotionally damaged characters and I wasn’t disappointed, this was a most enjoyable story for me. It started well, and continued in the same vein. I have no hesitation in giving 5 stars, and recommending to anyone.

  3. Barbara p
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    A Christmas romance that works throughout the year. Ashley and Crispins’s story tugs at your heartstrings whenever you manage to read it. A real feel good story but with additional characters who add an edge so it is not a sickly sweet tale. I loved the people I was reading about and felt as if I knew them all, and am wishing them and you all a happy Christmas.

  4. Ruth
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    I’m an unashamed fan of Angela Britnell’s books and was delighted to find that she’s written more about life at Pear Tree Farm in Cornwall.

    Now a year later, Ness and Ward are married with a brand new baby, a few of the minor characters from book 1 are more prominent in this story.

    It’s just before Christmas, Nessa and her sister Lowena are frantically managing a last minute decision to hold Christmas themed weekend festivals. Out of necessity, all the caravan park residents are roped in to help run the weekends.

    Ex-soldier Crispin Davies, who was taken in and given sanctuary by Nessa, has returned to Cornwall, he’s rebuilding his life and regaining confidence.

    Matchmaking Lowena has set Crispin and Ward’s sister, Ashley Spence, to work together for the festival. Naturally, not everything runs smoothly, especially when surprising news arrives for Crispin.

    A good read for holidays or even non-holidays, just curl up on the sofa and relax.

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