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A lonely single parent finds love at Christmas in this warm festive rom-com from bestseller Amanda Prowse.


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A lonely single parent finds love at Christmas in this warm festive rom-com from bestseller Amanda Prowse.

30 review for Christmas for One

  1. 4 out of 5

    Irena BookDustMagic

    Actual rating: 4,5 Review to come.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    What better book to read at the most festive time of the year as well as being written by one of my favourite authors. Meg hasn’t had an easy time of it, a single parent bringing up her four year old son. She works in a bakery, yep, get ready for lots of baking and food talk that will have you drooling with the wonderful images, of which is opening a branch in New York. I’ve never been to New York but the author brings it to life and what better time to be transported there but in the lead up to C What better book to read at the most festive time of the year as well as being written by one of my favourite authors. Meg hasn’t had an easy time of it, a single parent bringing up her four year old son. She works in a bakery, yep, get ready for lots of baking and food talk that will have you drooling with the wonderful images, of which is opening a branch in New York. I’ve never been to New York but the author brings it to life and what better time to be transported there but in the lead up to Christmas. Here we get to meet the love interest of who I couldn’t help but fall ever so slightly in love with also. Obviously the course of true love never runs smoothly and we see Meg having to deal with what life throws her way. There are some wonderful characters, from the people who took her in when she was at her lowest and the wonderful Guy who she works with at the bakery. Christmas For One is a festive and enjoyable read that reminds us what is important in life. Whilst it may be a story with romance, this was a lot more. The relationships between Meg and the different characters were what really appealed to me. How friends can become more than just family. A story with a deeper meaning.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Tracy Kellies

    This was my first book by Amanda Prowse and I quite enjoyed it. It took me a while to get in to the flow of the book because the first few chapters seemed a bit "busy" but after that I was totally captivated. My heart broke for poor Meg and everything she had to go through. I would recommend this to anyone who is looking for a sweet romance and does not mind a good cry. This was my first book by Amanda Prowse and I quite enjoyed it. It took me a while to get in to the flow of the book because the first few chapters seemed a bit "busy" but after that I was totally captivated. My heart broke for poor Meg and everything she had to go through. I would recommend this to anyone who is looking for a sweet romance and does not mind a good cry.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Kimberly

    I won this book on Goodreads in exchange for an honest opinion. I think it has a beautiful cover, BUT...I could not get into the story. It moved really slow for me. I liked the story premise but it just didn't work for me. I kept losing interest. I won this book on Goodreads in exchange for an honest opinion. I think it has a beautiful cover, BUT...I could not get into the story. It moved really slow for me. I liked the story premise but it just didn't work for me. I kept losing interest.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Elizabeth Ducie

    Megan falls in love with Edd and Edd falls in love with Megan.Then things go wrong; life gets worse. Can they sort it out and live happily ever after? A beautifully written romance with some great characters: the exuberant Lucas; Milly, Pru and Chris; Isabel, Brenda, Guy and the awful Laura. Plus a wonderfully described New York setting. This is my first Amanda Prowse read, but it won't be my last. Perfect for reading by the pool. I loved it. Megan falls in love with Edd and Edd falls in love with Megan.Then things go wrong; life gets worse. Can they sort it out and live happily ever after? A beautifully written romance with some great characters: the exuberant Lucas; Milly, Pru and Chris; Isabel, Brenda, Guy and the awful Laura. Plus a wonderfully described New York setting. This is my first Amanda Prowse read, but it won't be my last. Perfect for reading by the pool. I loved it.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Izabella (Pages Full of Stars)

    2,5 stars At the beginning of my review, I should probably admit that I didn't realise that this book will be so romance-heavy, hence my lower rating. It wasn't a bad book, it's just that I like to have a bit more "substance" in the stories I read. It also felt super unrealistic, although overall the romance was sweet and fluffy. What I did like was Meg's relationship with her son Lucas, and her friendship with Millie and Pru. Most of the characters were likeable, though I'd like them to be a bit 2,5 stars At the beginning of my review, I should probably admit that I didn't realise that this book will be so romance-heavy, hence my lower rating. It wasn't a bad book, it's just that I like to have a bit more "substance" in the stories I read. It also felt super unrealistic, although overall the romance was sweet and fluffy. What I did like was Meg's relationship with her son Lucas, and her friendship with Millie and Pru. Most of the characters were likeable, though I'd like them to be a bit more developed, including the main characters. However, I understand that it's supposed to be sweet romance story, with some Christmas elements. It's not fully my cup of tea but I enjoyed it in a way.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Belinda

    Pros: - Fast paced - cannot fault this book or claim it is slow at all - Quick overview of background of heroine - I much prefered the chapter or two at the start of the novel that gave the context of her family than flashbacks. Glad Prowse opted for the first option. - Lovely side characters - nice to see older quirky characters. This was my first book by Amanda Prowse and I was not quite prepared for the amount of dialogue. It was very much driven by the dialogue and added to the insta-love trop Pros: - Fast paced - cannot fault this book or claim it is slow at all - Quick overview of background of heroine - I much prefered the chapter or two at the start of the novel that gave the context of her family than flashbacks. Glad Prowse opted for the first option. - Lovely side characters - nice to see older quirky characters. This was my first book by Amanda Prowse and I was not quite prepared for the amount of dialogue. It was very much driven by the dialogue and added to the insta-love trope it fell a little flat in establishing the connection between the characters. We were told through dialogue that they liked each other but I couldn't see it any other way. I am not a fan of the type of reveal that was made during the second trip to NY. I think that yes, it was needed to provide some sort of complication to the story but I felt it could have been more problematic and required more than what did happen to resolve the situation. I have 'Will You Remember Me?' and look forward to reading more from this author now that I am a bit more used to her style of writing. I would definitely grab one of her other Christmas books next year.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Molly

    I didn't like this at all, mainly because of the rushed and annoying romance that makes up the beginning and end of the book. The middle section is just boring and it wasn't very Christmassy at all. 1/5 on the Christmassness scale. Do not reccomend. I didn't like this at all, mainly because of the rushed and annoying romance that makes up the beginning and end of the book. The middle section is just boring and it wasn't very Christmassy at all. 1/5 on the Christmassness scale. Do not reccomend.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ellie

    A pleasant enough romance set at Christmas.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Kel

    I love a festive read in the countdown to Christmas and I chose this as I have previously read A Little Love from the No Greater Love series where Meg is initially introduced through Pru's love story. This book fills you with love and the magic of Christmas early on, you then go through a whirlwind of emotions following the love story of young Meg whilst waiting to see if it will have a happy ending or if she is indeed destined to never experience the true love she craves. I really enjoyed this I love a festive read in the countdown to Christmas and I chose this as I have previously read A Little Love from the No Greater Love series where Meg is initially introduced through Pru's love story. This book fills you with love and the magic of Christmas early on, you then go through a whirlwind of emotions following the love story of young Meg whilst waiting to see if it will have a happy ending or if she is indeed destined to never experience the true love she craves. I really enjoyed this book and I didnt want it to end, a fantastic book that can be read both individually or as a follow on in the No Greater Love series

  11. 4 out of 5

    Megan Readinginthesunshine

    I always look forward to Amanda’s novels and so I was particularly excited about Christmas For One. I think the cover is stunning and I couldn’t wait to get started! Meg always dreamed of the perfect Christmas but never had one as a child. This year she can make it come true for her own little boy Lucas – turkey, a tree, a stocking – everything to make a wonderful Christmas! Who cares if there’s no man in the picture? But a chance meeting with a stranger in New York unravels her plans…will Meg ge I always look forward to Amanda’s novels and so I was particularly excited about Christmas For One. I think the cover is stunning and I couldn’t wait to get started! Meg always dreamed of the perfect Christmas but never had one as a child. This year she can make it come true for her own little boy Lucas – turkey, a tree, a stocking – everything to make a wonderful Christmas! Who cares if there’s no man in the picture? But a chance meeting with a stranger in New York unravels her plans…will Meg get everything she’s wished for and the Christmas she has always wanted? I absolutely loved this! Amanda is a favourite author of mine and I love the way that she draws you in straight away to the story so that you feel like you are part of it yourself. I was swept up in this wonderful story ad I didn’t put it down once! I was so thrilled to be able to get to know Meg and Lucas more! I really love Meg, and over the course of the novel she came to be like a best friend for me. I loved her personality and I desperately wanted a happy ending for Meg and for her to get everything she had ever dreamed of. Lucas is brilliant and really adorable, he makes a fantastic addition to the story! I don’t want to spoil what is a truly beautiful and emotional story, so please read it! Christmas For One is romantic, heartwarming and the perfect festive read this Christmas!

  12. 5 out of 5

    Gail

    I have not read any books by Amanda Prowse before but, after finishing this book, I will go back and read them all. Apparently this is the fifth in a series ( No Greater Love) and I would be interested to read the others. I really liked Meg and her lovely young son, Lucas, who has suffered a huge tragedy in her life. She and Lucas both live above Plum's Patisserie where the owners (Pru and Milly) have apparently taken her under their wing. On a trip to the new New York store she meets the absolu I have not read any books by Amanda Prowse before but, after finishing this book, I will go back and read them all. Apparently this is the fifth in a series ( No Greater Love) and I would be interested to read the others. I really liked Meg and her lovely young son, Lucas, who has suffered a huge tragedy in her life. She and Lucas both live above Plum's Patisserie where the owners (Pru and Milly) have apparently taken her under their wing. On a trip to the new New York store she meets the absolutely fantastic Edd and within days they fall madly in love. She has to return home and promises to keep in touch but misses him so much she decides to fly back to him to spend Christmas with him. I won't go into any more details expect to say if you don't want anything too heavy, this this would be perfect. The book is just a lovely, gentle romance peppered with some heartache along the way, and it was perfect for the Christmas season. I am looking forward to revisiting Plum's Patisserie very soon.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Laura Quinn

    Just finished another #goodread by the fab @MrsAmandaProwse, so pleased I found this author, as I have loved every book so far, and look forward to reading thru the rest of my list. This book as all Amanda's books are , was such a page turner , you didn't want to put it down, as usual there was emotional parts in there , although I think Amanda's books should come with a warning as I keep getting caught out crying in public with these books lol, there are also parts that made you laugh too. Well Just finished another #goodread by the fab @MrsAmandaProwse, so pleased I found this author, as I have loved every book so far, and look forward to reading thru the rest of my list. This book as all Amanda's books are , was such a page turner , you didn't want to put it down, as usual there was emotional parts in there , although I think Amanda's books should come with a warning as I keep getting caught out crying in public with these books lol, there are also parts that made you laugh too. Well done Amanda. Keep up the good work.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Bookread2day

    I am a huge fan of Amanda Prowse. I personally find Amanda Prowse a brilliant story teller that never fails to disappoint. I really enjoyed reading Christmas For One. I have read What Have I Done? and Clover's Child and enjoyed them too so very much. I now want to read Amanda's new novel A Mother's story. I am a huge fan of Amanda Prowse. I personally find Amanda Prowse a brilliant story teller that never fails to disappoint. I really enjoyed reading Christmas For One. I have read What Have I Done? and Clover's Child and enjoyed them too so very much. I now want to read Amanda's new novel A Mother's story.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Chloe

    You can see my full review here: http://chicklitchloe.blogspot.co.uk/2... You can see my full review here: http://chicklitchloe.blogspot.co.uk/2...

  16. 5 out of 5

    Rachael Parker

    Couldn't get past first few chapters. Just didn't grip me at all Couldn't get past first few chapters. Just didn't grip me at all

  17. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    A nice light and fluffy festive read,if a little predictable.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Alice

    The novel itself is okay, well written with an engaging emotional story. Rates low because this is supposed to be, at least a little bit, a romance and I found the romantic hero to be horrible!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Lena

    I always like to read books based around the festive season around Christmas and new year so when I saw this at the library I decided it would tick that box well. Meg has finally found a family albeit they don't actually belong to her. The Aunt and cousin of her ex fiancé have taken her under their wing and finally she has a job she's gone at and a home she loves. The one thing she is missing is a partner to share it with so when she is asked to travel to New York to help with the opening of the I always like to read books based around the festive season around Christmas and new year so when I saw this at the library I decided it would tick that box well. Meg has finally found a family albeit they don't actually belong to her. The Aunt and cousin of her ex fiancé have taken her under their wing and finally she has a job she's gone at and a home she loves. The one thing she is missing is a partner to share it with so when she is asked to travel to New York to help with the opening of their branch of café and runs into Edd, sparks well and truly fly. When after only a couple of days they have to go their separate ways Meg still feels the pull to Edd and wants to make a long term plan. As with all good love stories not everything is as it seems and this couple has to pull apart to be able to come back together. Like any love story there is an element of predictability in this book. Girl meets Boy when she least expects it, falls head over heels and then finds out a great big shocking secret although I have to admit I did not predict what this secret was, I knew as a seasoned romance reader that not everything would be quite as simple as it seemed but not quite what the obstacle would be. Meg was very easy to like and I did find myself rooting for her throughout the story. Edd also seems to be very sweet and straight forward to start with. I did find myself disliking him when we find out what the secret was, because I'm quite a black and white person and I feel he misled Meg in a lot of ways and was very unfair. Meg's little boy Lucas was delightful and I found myself smiling whenever he was around. Although there were elements of festiveness in this book it didn't give me a real Christmassy feeling that I was expecting. New York was described beautifully though and as someone that has never been but is desperate to it did really bring it to life for me and I could imagine myself walking the streets and seeing the things Meg did which was awesome. I didn't realise that this was 5th in a series. I don't know if you need to read them in order but as someone that prefers to start from the beginning I am a little bit gutted that I haven't read them in order. I still found myself enjoying this book and I was eager to keep turning the pages to discover where our characters ended up. I would definitely recommend for someone looking for an easy, quick read.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Oriana Blyth (_head_in_a_book)

    Oh my word this book!! It broke my heart and then put it back together again. It was such a rollercoaster of emotions and I was completely absorbed by it.⠀ ⠀ 💫Synopsis💫⠀ “As a child, Meg always dreamed of the perfect Christmas.....⠀ ⠀ This year she wants to make it come true for her little boy. She wants the whole hog. Tinsel, huge tree and stockings hung by the fire. Who cares that her dream scenario includes the perfect doting husband....she and Lucas have got this on their own. ⠀ ⠀ But when she trav Oh my word this book!! It broke my heart and then put it back together again. It was such a rollercoaster of emotions and I was completely absorbed by it.⠀ ⠀ 💫Synopsis💫⠀ “As a child, Meg always dreamed of the perfect Christmas.....⠀ ⠀ This year she wants to make it come true for her little boy. She wants the whole hog. Tinsel, huge tree and stockings hung by the fire. Who cares that her dream scenario includes the perfect doting husband....she and Lucas have got this on their own. ⠀ ⠀ But when she travels to New York for work, a chance meeting with a stranger makes all of her resolve disappear. Could she finally get the Christmas that she always dreamed of as a child? Or will she be alone for Christmas after all?”⠀ ⠀ I throughly enjoyed this book. Meg had the most horrendous upbringing and as a mother myself it is completely unimaginable.....my heart went out to her from the very first chapter. As an adult, and now mother herself, she wants to give her son everything that she never had......a stable family.⠀ ⠀ Christmas for One is so beautifully written. I felt so many emotions throughout and Meg is so self deprecating that my heart instantly went out to her. I was rooting for her the whole time, and her strength of character was wonderful. ⠀ ⠀ Amanda Prowse writes in the most descriptive way, and when the story heads to New York I can imagine it so well, even though I’ve never been. ⠀ ⠀ All in all a wonderful modern day love story that was deeply moving. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ from me! ⠀

  21. 5 out of 5

    Linda Tilling

    Another gem from Amanda Prowse, but this one is a heart-warming Christmas story, which I thoroughly enjoyed. "As a lonely child, Meg always dreamed of the perfect Christmas that she had seen in the movies, now that she is a single parent can she make it a magical time for her own little boy Lucas? But then a chance meeting with a stranger in New York unravels everything she's planned. Will Meg finally get everything she wished for? Or will she be alone this Christmas after all?" I loved the charac Another gem from Amanda Prowse, but this one is a heart-warming Christmas story, which I thoroughly enjoyed. "As a lonely child, Meg always dreamed of the perfect Christmas that she had seen in the movies, now that she is a single parent can she make it a magical time for her own little boy Lucas? But then a chance meeting with a stranger in New York unravels everything she's planned. Will Meg finally get everything she wished for? Or will she be alone this Christmas after all?" I loved the character of Megan and I was left with a lump in my throat after the Prologue, so I knew I was in for a lovely family drama with a touch of romance in this Christmas story, perfect to enjoy in the week before Christmas. The Plum Patisserie with Pru and Milly Plum and Guy sounded like a wonderful place, and my christmas wish is to have it on my street corner! I could see the creations, smell the bread and really wanted to taste all the lovely pastries whilst I was reading it, as Amanda does such a great job of describing everything. The trip to New York was magical too and I was pleased Meg met Edd and some of the interactions between them were so funny that they added a lighter note to the story, and we were truly kept in suspense right up until the end to see if Meg would get her happy ever after that she deserved.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Skye

    I bought this as part of the Black Friday sales, thinking it would be an interesting little Christmas read. I didn’t realise that it was part of a greater series until I was about halfway through, but it didn’t really matter since it stands by itself beautifully. And beautiful really is the best word to describe this novel. It is simple, easy, sweet and has the picturesque backdrop of Christmas in New York and London. A lot of the romances that I’ve been reading recently involve a paranormal aspe I bought this as part of the Black Friday sales, thinking it would be an interesting little Christmas read. I didn’t realise that it was part of a greater series until I was about halfway through, but it didn’t really matter since it stands by itself beautifully. And beautiful really is the best word to describe this novel. It is simple, easy, sweet and has the picturesque backdrop of Christmas in New York and London. A lot of the romances that I’ve been reading recently involve a paranormal aspect of some kind. So it was kind of nice to settle into a contemporary romance that didn’t require magic and mayhem to make the storyline work. Rather, it was all about the love and romance between two people. And the fact that it could truly happen to anyone made it somehow sweeter. I love the realism in the story, and it made such a great break from these tales that involve a magical mating bond and fate, and destiny… Most romances that I read feature a young adult (normally in their mid to late twenties) who might have a history, but aren’t significantly attached to anyone or anything. Now, I am in that age bracket, and I don’t have dependents that rely on me either, so I do enjoy the ways in which I can relate to these stories. BUT it was really nice and a great change of pace to read about a woman who has a son. Not only did this romance feature her and Ed, but it also meant that there was a constant extra stake in their relationship – the son. Although this novel features Christmas, it isn’t necessary to read at that time of year. It is a great, sweet, kind and warm-hearted story that will be thoroughly enjoyable all year round.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Srishty Chaudhary

    🌲 I have always loved the books of @mrsamandaprowse and her writing style. While reading her stories, I feel like it's actually happening to someone whom I know because they are so full of different emotions and scenarios that it is bound to keep you engaged till the end. . . 🌲 "Christmas for One" is actually the successive book "A little love" and I have read that one too but since I edited this one first, I thought I can post it before as well. . . 🌲 Meg is living a better life with her son and two 🌲 I have always loved the books of @mrsamandaprowse and her writing style. While reading her stories, I feel like it's actually happening to someone whom I know because they are so full of different emotions and scenarios that it is bound to keep you engaged till the end. . . 🌲 "Christmas for One" is actually the successive book "A little love" and I have read that one too but since I edited this one first, I thought I can post it before as well. . . 🌲 Meg is living a better life with her son and two wonderful ladies with whom she met on the unfortunate incident and how those two changed Meg's life forever. Barred by the love of her mother since childhood, Meg decided to give all that compassion and care to her fatherless child who is 4 years old. After the death of her lover, Meg is afraid to fall in love because she might face the same fate as before. But her decision is altered by the arrival of handsome and compassionate New Yorker who knocks her socks off.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Em Yarnell

    Wow, what a brilliant Christmas book. It had a little of everything that you'd want in a festive masterpiece with all the intrigue and heart that I've come to adore in Amanda's books. I found myself easily falling in love with the characters, willing them to succeed and climbing onto the emotional roller-coaster that had me laughing and crying in equal measures. The pace is brilliant. I read it in 2 days because I just couldn't put it down. The descriptions of the surroundings made me want to vi Wow, what a brilliant Christmas book. It had a little of everything that you'd want in a festive masterpiece with all the intrigue and heart that I've come to adore in Amanda's books. I found myself easily falling in love with the characters, willing them to succeed and climbing onto the emotional roller-coaster that had me laughing and crying in equal measures. The pace is brilliant. I read it in 2 days because I just couldn't put it down. The descriptions of the surroundings made me want to visit not just New York, but to find this incredible patisserie shop (Here's me hoping that it's based on a real one) so I too can marvel at the window display and eat delicious baked goods.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Steph Kenyon

    Just what it says on the tin! A lovely Christmas themed romance. Perfect for a distraction from a stressful day. Escape into the heady descriptions of gorgeous food and scenery. Having visited New York at Christmas a few years ago it was lovely to have a retelling and see all the sights through another’s eyes. The romance is exciting and keeps you on your toes with its will they? Won’t they? My only gripe was the ending seemed a bit rushed, like they wanted to tie up too many bows in too short a t Just what it says on the tin! A lovely Christmas themed romance. Perfect for a distraction from a stressful day. Escape into the heady descriptions of gorgeous food and scenery. Having visited New York at Christmas a few years ago it was lovely to have a retelling and see all the sights through another’s eyes. The romance is exciting and keeps you on your toes with its will they? Won’t they? My only gripe was the ending seemed a bit rushed, like they wanted to tie up too many bows in too short a time. I still enjoyed my few hours of escapism!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Enja

    Well, I´ll attempt to point out the things I did enjoy about the book. I liked what happened in London. I liked Meg´s job, her friends who became her family, and I especially liked her son, Lucas. And that is kind of where it ends. Firstly, I don´t care how much of a bad day Edd had had the day he insulted Meg in the deli. He behaved like an idiot and I don´t think someone who treats people this way, can turn out to be a decent person. Additionally, some reviews talk about the delicious food that Well, I´ll attempt to point out the things I did enjoy about the book. I liked what happened in London. I liked Meg´s job, her friends who became her family, and I especially liked her son, Lucas. And that is kind of where it ends. Firstly, I don´t care how much of a bad day Edd had had the day he insulted Meg in the deli. He behaved like an idiot and I don´t think someone who treats people this way, can turn out to be a decent person. Additionally, some reviews talk about the delicious food that was consumed within this book and I am a bit confused. I am all for female characters in books eating as often and as much as they like and not chasing after unrealistic ideals that blink at us from the covers of magazines, but come on, Meg´s diet is awful. Anything that´s not deep fried, dipped in mayo or has bacon added to it?! In real life she would surely end up with high cholesterol and high blood pressure... Also, I didn´t like the "a year later". It was too neat and tidy for my liking and simply felt forced. Why do I still give it two stars? Because I think the author is a good writer and there were a few very lovable characters in the story.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Joan

    dnf at 26 %. There wasn't any story to this - at least I couldn't find one! Megan sounded like a teenager most of the time - and a self-centred one at that. It was all long long descriptions of places and food and pointless conversations. There was one point where the writing had an somewhat racist and very judgemental fee to it and I was glad to put this aside. Edd (what a pretentious name) and Megan will probably fall madly in love and have a HEA, but I won't be there to read it. dnf at 26 %. There wasn't any story to this - at least I couldn't find one! Megan sounded like a teenager most of the time - and a self-centred one at that. It was all long long descriptions of places and food and pointless conversations. There was one point where the writing had an somewhat racist and very judgemental fee to it and I was glad to put this aside. Edd (what a pretentious name) and Megan will probably fall madly in love and have a HEA, but I won't be there to read it.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Luschka Onselen

    Sweet love story with a happy ending and plenty of drama This book follows on nicely from the previous one, filling in blanks for Meg. It's a happy ever after story with some predictable drama but nothing tragic. A feel good book that won't set your world on fire but a nice, light read. I love how Prowse explores emotion in cereal but I did think these two fell in love really quickly. Sweet love story with a happy ending and plenty of drama This book follows on nicely from the previous one, filling in blanks for Meg. It's a happy ever after story with some predictable drama but nothing tragic. A feel good book that won't set your world on fire but a nice, light read. I love how Prowse explores emotion in cereal but I did think these two fell in love really quickly.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Ritu Bhathal

    Wonderful to open a book and fall straight into the swing of the story, as it is based on characters you already know! I am a huge Amanda Prowse fan and this is yet another page turner, following Meg's life, after becoming a single mother, albeit with some fantastic surrogate family by her side. There's love, drama, a cute kid and New York! What more do you want! Wonderful to open a book and fall straight into the swing of the story, as it is based on characters you already know! I am a huge Amanda Prowse fan and this is yet another page turner, following Meg's life, after becoming a single mother, albeit with some fantastic surrogate family by her side. There's love, drama, a cute kid and New York! What more do you want!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Trish Hills

    This is an absolutely beautiful love story set at Christmas which makes it just about perfect. Fabulous setting, wonderfully warm characters, yummy cakes and a dreamy man - what more could you ask for in a festive read?!

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