Gabby Sanderson is used to being let down – even at Christmas. Which is why she’s happy to skip the festive season completely in favour of a plane ticket and sunnier climes. But this Christmas could be different, because this time she might not be spending it alone.
Can Owen Cooper charm Gabby into loving Christmas in the same way he’s charmed his way into her life, or is he just another person who’ll end up disappointing her?
What I Thought:
After being extremely snobby about women’s fiction for a good long while, I find myself reading more and more of it. I guess it’s in part due to a comforting familiarity in women’s fiction – we live in such uncertainty these days, it’s reassuring to read about love and happy things and, by the way, I have also succumbed to the lure of the Christmas book!
A Little Christmas Charm is a warm and welcoming story of a strong and independent woman who has been hurt in her early past by a poor relationship with her family, but begins to trust again when she meets a charming and irresistible colleague.
Despite twists and turns in both their lives, a little of the Christmas spirit leads them together and – hopefully – into a bright and loving future. You see? Happy things!
That’s certainly not to say that things are all plain sailing along the way for Gabby and Owen, but following the twists and turns of their new relationship is both sweet and incredibly annoying! As with most fictional couples, the urge to bang their heads together at certain moments is very strong, but they are both sweet characters, deserving of a happy ending.
This book is really heartwarming, perfect for the time of year and, at the time of writing this review, only 99p on Kindle, so an absolute steal.
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Please note: I was sent a copy of this book for review purposes. All opinions are, as ever, my own.