When Kate Turner moved back home to Blexford to help out her Dad, she didn’t expect to stay.
But here she still is, four years later, baking for her friend Matt’s local café and designing fabric from her home in the village. But then her friend Laura signs her up to the local Twelve Dates of Christmas campaign and it amounts to a sort of dating bootcamp – a quest the entire village of Blexford seems prepared to help her with, from the local pub landlord to the postman.
Over twelve dates she encounters the best and the worst traits of the male sex, with her childhood friends (and the whole village) keeping tabs.
Kate’s sure she doesn’t need a man. But maybe she’d quite like one.