Monday 19 December 2016

Review: Deck The Halls (Short Story) by Erin Lawless

24th December: 7.17pm.
The man standing between Josie and the kettle was unexpected...

A free festive read from Harper Impulse and bestselling romcom author Erin Lawless.

Review: This was such a sweet story and lovely quick read for this time of year! This short story is under 25 pages and it really is delightful to have something that is as quick as that to read but this is a complete story in itself. I really enjoyed this little break from the madness of the festive season and this is a proper romantic read so perfect to take you away from all the materialistic business that Christmas often brings!

This story takes place in a hall of residence and we get to meet Josie, find out about why she is in her halls over Christmas time and spend Christmas eve with her. We learn a lot about Josie and that mysterious man, something which is so hard to do over quite so few pages and I really was left feeling like I wanted to know what happens next. Any story that leaves you wanting more is a win with me and I'm sure that you will feel exactly the same way when you finish reading this. 

I loved it, it made me feel all warm inside and I want to know more about Josie and the mystery man!

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