Got the Monday blues? Let us cheer you up. The Winter Companion, the final volume in Mimi Matthews’ bestselling Parish Orphans of Devon series, hits shelves in February–but today we’re hosting the official cover reveal! This Victorian romance is sure to sweep readers off their feet, whether they’re longtime fans or newbies to the series.
We’re loving the frames used to give us a glimpse of the heroines of the series, and we can’t wait to show you how this final cover fits in with the rest!
Are you ready to get your first look at The Winter Companion?
Here we go!
Created by James Egan of Bookfly Designs, this cover perfectly captures the snowy white of winter, and we love the splash of color coming from our heroine!
The Winter Companion hits shelves on February 4, 2020. Read the official synopsis below and then preorder it here!
She Wanted to be Seen…
As a lady’s companion, Clara Hartwright has never received very much attention from anyone. But when her new employer is invited to a month-long Christmas celebration at a remote abbey in coastal Devon, Clara discovers that she may not be as invisible as she’s always believed. At least, not as far as one gentleman is concerned.
He Needed to be Heard…
Neville Cross has always been more comfortable with animals than people. An accident in his youth has left him with a brain injury that affects his speech. Forming the words to speak to his childhood friends is difficult enough. Finding the right things to say to a lovely young lady seems downright impossible.
During a tinsel-covered Christmas at Greyfriar’s Abbey, Victorian carols will ring, trees will be trimmed, and the four Parish Orphans will at last be reunited. But for shy and sensitive Neville to risk his heart, it’s going to require more than a little help from his friends. It may just take a Christmas miracle.
USA Today bestselling author Mimi Matthews (A Victorian Lady’s Guide to Fashion and Beauty, The Matrimonial Advertisement) writes both historical nonfiction and proper historical romances set in Victorian England. Her articles on nineteenth century history have been published on various academic and history sites, including the Victorian Web and the Journal of Victorian Culture, and are also syndicated at BUST Magazine. In her other life, Mimi is an attorney. She resides in California with her family, which includes an Andalusian dressage horse, two Shelties, and two Siamese cats.