Challenge criteria: A book involving travel
Angela’s planning her very own fairytale of New York…
• Enormous Christmas tree
• Eccentric British traditions
• Gorgeous man
Book series and I have a very weird relationship. I can sometimes read a book completely out of sync and then get confused when something that happened in the second book is continued and developed in book three. Or, I start a series and then just abandon it for no reson. Often, I go back to a series I’ve left to the side after a couple of months reading something else. There are a number of series though that I will likely never return to. There are a few reasons why I might decide to permanently shelve a series I was once loving.
This post is part of Six for Sunday run by Steph from A Little But A Lot.
I love a standalone novel, but there is something about a series. You get to really know the characters as you stay with them for such a long time. There are a couple of series I’ve read that really stayed with me for a long time. I promise, this won’t just be me giving Harry Potter a huge pat on the back. (Sometimes, he doesn’t really deserve one anyway.)
In the lead up to Christmas, the Thursday Tag posts have become a little more frequent. Each week leading up to Christmas Eve, Thursdays are going to be a festive occasion.
The 12th of December has just past, so it’s the perfect time to pay homage to *that* song. It’s been seen many times in many ways, but maybe not with reference to books. I found this on The Impossible Girl Blog.
This book did not fit any of my challenge criteria.
Disclaimer: I was sent a copy of this book by the publisher as part of a blog tour in exchange for an honest review. This has in no way affected my opinion of the book, nor the outcome of this review.
When all-round buttercream princess, Millie Carter, becomes stranded at Craiglea Manor Cookery School, she believes her chance of enjoying a merry festive season is over.