If you need help getting into the festive spirit, this is the book for you . . . This feel-good read has humour, romance and some gorgeous descriptions of the Christmas traditions of an English village
Sparkly and romanticJenny Bayliss is the queen of uplifting, funny, smart romantic comedies. Meet Me Under the Mistletoe contains a cast of believable and loveably-flawed characters, including a charming bookish heroine who you’ll root for from page one. Add a dose of Christmas cheer, very funny banter and some sharp social observations, and this is the perfect seasonal read. I loved it!The perfect blend of humour and romance. An uplifting, happily-ever-after gem that epitomises the perfect Christmas readIt’s the most wonderful time of the year in this sweet, laugh-out-loud romance from bestselling author Jenny Bayliss.
Don't miss the Christmas wedding of the year, in Meet Me Under the Mistletoe, by the bestselling author of The Twelve Dates of Christmas, Jenny Bayliss.
'A warm-hearted romance to cosy up with this Christmas' Woman's Own
'Jenny Bayliss is the queen of funny, smart romantic comedies' Freya Sampson, author of The Last Library
'An uplifting, happily-ever-after gem that epitomises the perfect Christmas read' Northern Life
A winter wedding of school friends should be the highlight of Nory Noel’s festive calendar. But that group has long since drifted apart, and Nory is dreading the lavish, week-long affair. Still, she supposes, being the only single person means she gets a king-size bed in the idyllic castle venue all to herself.
As the champagne flows, the years roll back and soon the air is alive with old sparks and old tensions. Desperate for a moment of peace, Nory escapes and crashes into Isaac, the castle’s gardener – and her former school rival.
Nory and Isaac have more in common these days than they could ever have imagined. But as she steals more time away to spend with him, Isaac reveals an astonishing secret about his past. Nory is in a unique position to help right this wrong – but uncovering the truth might mean pushing Isaac away once more . . .
Praise for Jenny Bayliss:
'A gorgeous, cosy winter read' - Sophie Cousens
'If you need help getting into the festive spirit, this is the book for you . . . This feelgood read has humour, romance and some gorgeous descriptions of the Christmas traditions of an English village' - Good Housekeeping
'Sparkly and romantic' - My Weekly
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