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A Gift in December

A Gift in December

‘Fabulously festive, swoonfully romantic and endlessly enjoyable – I loved it!’ Isabelle Broom

Jane thought she would be alone this Christmas, but will a luxury trip to Norway mend her broken heart? A heart-warming, feel-good festive treat to curl up with this winter.

Jane Brook has given up on love. She might have uncovered the news scandal of the year, but she’s also been dumped by boyfriend Simon (and has spent the last month avoiding him at the office). With Christmas fast-approaching, Jane’s heart is no closer to mending.

But Jane’s boss has other plans for her. She needs someone to go on a luxurious press trip to Norway to cover the story of the Trafalgar Square Christmas tree, and despite her protests, she’s selected Jane to go.

Jane would much rather wallow at home than spend a week in the fjords with some ditzy bloggers, a snippy publicist, ever-cheerful colleague Ben and handsome-but-arrogant TV presenter Philip Donnelly.

But as Jane throws herself into the trip and starts to enjoy herself, it seems that love hasn’t quite given up on her just yet. Amid all the snow, could a gift be awaiting her underneath the mistletoe?

‘A great piece of storytelling – it swept me away’ Sue Moorcroft

What readers are saying about A Gift in December:

‘A sparkling and heart warming Christmas gift of a read!’ Kathryn

‘Lovely storytelling, beautiful setting and a bit of Christmas magicBarbara

‘Charming, effortless and leaves you with a smile on your faceKatharine

I absolutely loved this book!’ Kirsty

‘Some real Christmas magic!Shelley

‘Such a gorgeous festive story’ Caoimhe
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Genre: Fiction & Related Items / Modern & Contemporary Fiction (post C 1945)

On Sale: 22nd August 2019

Price: £7.99

ISBN-13: 9781529302691


Fabulously festive, swoonfully romantic and endlessly enjoyable - I loved it!
Isabelle Broom
This book was so redolent with the atmosphere of Norway in winter that I could almost smell the pine forest. A great piece of storytelling - it swept me away
Sue Moorcroft