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By Ruth Saberton | Comments: ( 495 ) | Date: ( Jan 25, 2020 )

Is it really better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all Tara Tremaine is a woman with a mission to pick up the pieces of a life she turned her back on and win back her estranged husband, Danny Nothing will stand in Tara s way, least of all the dangerous secret that drove them apart or Danny s growing feelings for another woman Since arriving in PolwIs it really better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all Tara Tremaine is a woman with a mission to pick up the pieces of a life she turned her back on and win back her estranged husband, Danny Nothing will stand in Tara s way, least of all the dangerous secret that drove them apart or Danny s growing feelings for another woman Since arriving in Polwenna Bay hardworking vicar Jules Mathieson has put duty above her own heart Jules adores her new life by the sea and secretly loves troubled war veteran, Danny Tremaine When Tara returns Jules knows stepping away from him is the right thing to do, no matter how much it hurts Danny Tremaine s world has been shattered With life changing injuries, a wife who s walked away and his glittering military career abruptly over, he returns to the family home to a rebuild his broken body and heart Danny knows his friendship with Jules could blossom into but allowing this to happen will come at a very high price one that could cost him everything With Christmas fast approaching Jules, Danny and Tara are not the only people in the village with secrets and long cherished dreams Maybe with a little seasonal magic, some winter wishes really will come true

  • Title: Winter Wishes
  • Author: Ruth Saberton
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 500
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

Ruth Saberton

Ruth Saberton always knew she wanted to be a writer From an early age she was busy filling note books with stories and rather than hero worshipping Wham and Duran Duran which ages her Ruth s heroes were Jilly Cooper and Jackie Collins Several attempts at bodice rippers later, Ruth turned her attention to romance and now focuses on writing romantic comedies Her debut novel, Katy Carter Wants a Hero was championed by Richard and Judy and nominated for the RNA s Romantic Comedy of the Year Award as well as being described by Heat Magazine as, the heir apparent to Bridget Jones Ruth writes under her own name, but also has several pen names which include Jessica Fox, Georgie Carter, Holly Cavendish and Lucy Hepburn Her boyfriend says he has many women all rolled into one Ruth is published by Orion, Pan Macmillan, Harper Collins and Notting Hill Press Although she loves the UK, Ruth now lives in the Caribbean where she continues to write romances, teen novels and planning that bodice ripper Ruth loves to to talk to her readers Interact with her on her website ruthsaberton on Twitter ruthsaberton or via Facebook facebook ruthsabertonauthor

Comments Winter Wishes

  • Jo Hughes

    I would like to thank Ruth Saberton for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.I've got to say I've been waiting to read this book for months, especially when Ruth told me Jules and Danny would be the main characters in this book. Ruth really pulls at the heart strings with this story. In the beginning, I wanted to hate Danny's wife Tara especially as she wanted Danny back Jules thought that it would be for the best if they made a go of their marriage despite Dan [...]

  • Book-shelf Shelf

    I am so in love with this series. Honestly this is the best book series in a while its better than Eastenders. In this book we learn about Dan and Jules. Dan has not had it easy after been hurt in war, then becoming a drinker with a seriously bad attitude, but Jules has come into the village and not pussy footed Dan at all. Infant as the local Vicar, Jules has helped Dan clean up his act and they have become best friends. That is, until Tara, Dans ex comes back and Jules must step aside to save [...]

  • Nicola Clough

    I so love this series and lovely to go back to the cornish village. Julie's the vicar is enjoying working in the village but she is falling for Dan but can she forgive that he has a child and left his wife but can they sort it out and be happy or will they end up going separate ways. Well worth reading a true village life book.

  • Adele

    This is the third instalment in the Polwenna Bay series. We were first introduced to the wonderful village of Polwenna Bay and its residents back in May this year. From the first few pages of the first book I fell in love with the idyllic location of this picturesque, homely quayside village in Cornwall. The Tremaine family consisting of Alice the wonderful, wise, caring grandma to Jimmy the father, who has been a little lost but is having fun finding himself again much to the dismay of his chil [...]

  • Georgina Gowland

    This is the first book written by Ruth Saberton that I have read and it certainly won’t be the last. I was given the opportunity to preview this book before publication and, although this author had been on my radar for some time, I hadn’t actually read any of her books. Big mistake!Winter Wishes is the third in a series of books subtitled Polwenna Bay and set in a small fishing village in Cornwall. The story revolves around the people who live in the village and how they interact with each [...]

  • Lisa

    I was very fortunate to be given a pre-release copy of this, the 3rd book in the Polwenna Bay series, and I have to say it is my favourite so far. You don't need to have read the previous two books in the series to enjoy this, as each book concentrates on different characters within the fishing village in Cornwall, with the other characters popping up. Having said that, you will want to read the others after reading this!This installment centres around the fairly new vicar Jules, a woman we can [...]

  • Ann Cooper

    This is the 3rd book in the Polwenna Bay series and it concentrates on Jules, the vicar and Danny Tremaine, the damaged war hero.This book is written so sensitively and I really felt for Jules and Danny. It's all about secrets and trust and it just doesn't seem possible that they can ever achieve their happy ever after.As they follow a tortuous path, the other members of the family and the residents of Polwenna Bay form a backdrop which can be very funny at times. We also meet Danny's estranged [...]

  • Grass monster

    Well, well, well, Ruth does it again. I have been a fan of Ruth for a long time and couldnt wait to get into this latest release. Although we are back in Polwenna Bay you dont have to of read the first two books in the series to know about Polwenna. This can be read as a standalone.I think this has to be one of my favourites. I just love how Ruth explains things in such detail and uses words that make you and the place feel so magical.I love the charactors and watchng how they all came to life i [...]

  • Ursula Clarke

    Absolutely love this series. So good to back in Polwenna Bay & to catch up with the characters that feel like old friends. Love the way these books pick up where they left off. Feels like they have never been away.Great to see different characters come to the forefront each time. Loved seeing more of the lovely vicar Jules. Such a lovely character. I can almost imagine sitting down with her for a brew & a catch up.Don't want to give the plot of this book away too much you need to immerse [...]

  • Jo

    I loved the 3rd installment of the Polwenna Bay series. This latest book focuses on the blossoming relationship between vicar Jules and war veteran Danny and I am so pleased there was a happy ending. Made me laugh and cry in equal measures and I loved back being in Polwenna Bay with all the usual suspects. Glad to see a softer side to Poison Ivy. I hope what I spied on is true and that there will be a 4th installment later on in the year. I would like to thank Ruth for my copy of the book in ex [...]

  • Judy

    This is third in the Polwenna Bay series, and features Danny, the damaged war vet, and Jules, the vicar of the local parish. Both appeared in the earlier books, but in this one their growing feelings for each other have come to a head as Danny´s estranged wife returns to the village with their son. As usual there are other interesting characters, and the description of the villagers is part of the charm of this series. I am continuing to seek out the volumes in this series, and other books by t [...]

  • Rae

    Huge thanks to Ruth Saberton for being kind enough to give me an ARC of Winter Wishes - the third in her Polwenna Bay series. I'll confess that this is the first of the series I've read but it was great as a stand alone novel and if you love wonderful, flawed, complex characters set against an amazing Cornish backdrop then I'd give Winter Wishes a go. I definitely intend spending more time in Polwenna Bay

  • Rachel Gilbey

    I am a huge fan of the Polwenna Bay series, and Winter Wishes is the third installment. I struggled to guess who Danny would end up, either his ex wife Tara, or the vicar Jules, who there has been clear chemistry with in the past. Was good to see more of Jules in this book, as she has been an ever present character, and catching up with the Tremaine family is always good fun. Lovely wintery story, of the standard I have come to expect from Ruth Saberton.

  • Joan

    An enjoyable and light read, with interesting characters. Unfortunately, I think the previous books in the series need to be read first, as there are some confusing moments. I would have liked a lot more depth to some people. (view spoiler)[ And for once it would be refreshing to have the 'bad old lady' turn out to BE nothing more than a bad old lady ;) (hide spoiler)]On the basis of reading this, I will be searching out the previous books in this series. ;)

  • Eleanore June

    I really need to stop reading series out of order. Yes, this book can totally be read as a stand alone and was quite lovely on its own - but I think it would have really shone for me had I read the other books first. Sigh. I'm going back to read book 2 now, and I'll probably end up reading book 1 after that. Don't be like me. Read the series in order. ;)

  • Lisa

    I absolutely loved this book and could not put it down. There was romance, suspense and a feel-good factor. It is part of a series and each time I read one I think it is my favourite. This one was no exception. I cannot wait for the other books on the series as there are so many more characters in the shadows that can emerge as central characters. Ten out of ten Ruth Saberton, once again.

  • Amanda

    This might be my favorite book of the series. I've loved watching this relationship build and loved how everything turned out in the end. On the one hand, the series could end for me now and I'd be satisfied and happy. But on the other hand, I want to keep reading about everyone in this town!

  • Gerri Griffin

    Danny and Jules Rock!So far this book in the Polwenna Bay series is my favorite. It was funny and heart wrenching. The goodness and yearning love that Jules and Danny shared, not to mention the crazy events and characters kept me tuning the pages. Highly recommend this book.

  • Lorna

    With each episode of this series I am falling more in love with Polwenna Bay and the it's inhabitants!Each time I read a Ruth Saberton book, I marvel at the descriptions given to the characters and locations and the way she portrays the feelings of the characters.

  • Heather

    It was so lovely to go back to Polwenna Bay and cacth up with everyone.The main focus of this third book was Danny and Rev Jules, and watching their story unfold was a delight.


    Simple and sweet An easy read.A perfect story for Christmas with snow, carols and a happy ending. An all's well that ends well light read.

  • Beth Gosser

    I loved this whole series

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