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Make You Mine This Christmas: 'The queer Christmas rom-com I've been waiting for' LAURA KAY

Lizzie Huxley-Jones

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It's the golden rule of fake dating for the holidays: don't fall for their sister.

'Joyous, funny and full of warm, relatable characters, this is the queer Christmas rom-com I've been waiting for' LAURA KAY

It's the golden rule of pretending to be someone's girlfriend: don't fall for their sister.

After a year from hell, Haf is ready to blow off steam at a Christmas party: a kind stranger, a few too many drinks and suddenly she's kissing Christopher under the mistletoe - in front of his ex-girlfriend.

The next day the news is out that they're apparently a couple, madly in love and coming to Oxlea to spend the festive season with Christopher's family. But Haf doesn't have better holiday plans and to save her new friend from embarrassment, she agrees to pretend to be Christopher's girlfriend for Christmas.

It has the makings of a hilarious anecdote they'll be telling for years. Until Haf meets Christopher's sister: the mysterious, magnetic and utterly irresistible Kit. Maybe love was waiting for Haf in this quiet little town all along . . .

Perfect for fans of Sarah Morgan, Laura Kay and Carol - this is sheer festive joy as you've always wanted to see it.

'The perfect cosy Christmas read - sexy, sweet and smart' KIRAN MILWOOD HARGRAVE

'A thoroughly modern love story filled with joy, inappropriate Christmas jumpers and a daring reindeer rescue. I adored it' TANYA BYRNE

'An adorable Christmas novel filled with terrible schemes, a grand ball and one very terrible goose' KAT DUNN

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Lizzie Huxley-Jones

Lizzie Huxley-Jones is an autistic author and editor based in London.

They are the editor of Stim, an anthology of autistic authors and artists, which was published by Unbound in April 2020 to coincide with World Autism Awareness Week. They are also the author of the children's biography Sir David Attenborough: A Life Story (2020) and a contributor to the anthology Allies: Real Talk About Showing Up, Screwing Up, And Trying Again (2021).

They tweet too much at @littlehux, taking breaks to walk their dog Nerys.

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