A sparklingly festive and romantic story set in New York at Christmastime, Mistletoe on 34th Street is readers' favourite Lisa Dickenson at her side-splitting, funniest best! Perfect for fans of Giovanna Fletcher and Claudia Carroll.
Olivia has never experienced a snow-covered, 'traditional' Christmas before. Having grown up in a family that chose winter sun over decking the halls, she's not sure what all the fuss is about. So when she and her co-workers are stranded in New York after a work trip, Olivia is perfectly happy spending the holiday season in The Big Apple.
John, Olivia's friend, on the other hand is so upset and is desperate to get home in time for his big family get-together. Nevertheless, determined to make the best out of the situation he sets out to show Olivia how enchanting Christmas in New York can be. And when she adds handsome New Yorker Elijah into the mix, could the magic of the season finally be working its charm on Olivia? As December 25th draws closer, Olivia suddenly finds herself with a decision to make: who does she really want to kiss under the mistletoe this Christmas?
Full of romance and festive magic, MISTLETOE ON 34TH STREET is the funniest and most charming love story you will read this Christmas!
A festive gem. Sassy as Beyonce and warm as toast, it's a perfect Christmas treat. I loved it! - Miranda Dickinson (on The Twelve Dates of Christmas)
Sprinkled with humour, warmth and, of course, Christmas magic - Cathy Bramley, author of Ivy Lane (on The Twelve Dates of Christmas)
A fun and festive sweet treat of a book - Ali McNamara, author of The Little Flower Shop by the Sea (on The Twelve Dates of Christmas)
A very funny and touching tale ***** - Heat (on The Twelve Dates of Christmas)
Lisa Dickenson is the pseudonym for Beyonce. OK, FINE, THAT'S NOT TRUE.
Lisa lives by the Devon seaside, stuffing cream teas in the gobs of anyone who comes to visit, and writing stuff down that she hopes is funny. Her first novel was the copyright-infringing Sweet Valley Twins: The Twins Holiday Horror, which she wrote in primary school and gave up on after five pages. Twenty-ish years later Lisa went on to be a *real author* and wrote the Novelicious Debut of the Year, The Twelve Dates of Christmas, and never looked back.
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