A Christmas treat from bestselling author Tilly Bagshawe
Christmas is not the time to get your heart broken…
Dumped by the love of her life and in need of some time to recover, screenwriter Laura Tiverton retreats to the idyllic village of Fittlescombe where she used to spend time as a girl. Maybe lending her expertise to the annual nativity play will be just what she needs.
Village heart-throb and the nativity’s leading man, Gabe Baxter, has always been jealous of Laura. And now she’s back – beautiful, bossy, and driving him insane.
When the hotly-anticipated Christmas Ball comes around Laura can’t quite believe her luck when she gets a date with the sexy playwright Daniel Smart. Perhaps it’s going to be a merry Christmas after all. But when the night doesn’t go to plan, and the day of the nativity dawns, Laura can’t imagine showing her face in the village again.
On the night before Christmas, who will be able to persuade her that the show must go on?
Praise for Tilly Bagshawe’s previous books:
‘Total escapist, self-indulgent pleasure.’ Sophie Kinsella
‘Packed with glamour, betrayal and lust’ Closer
‘Pure, unadulterated escapism’ Heat
About the author
Tilly Bagshawe is the internationally bestselling author of seven previous novels. A teenage single mother at 17, Tilly won a place at Cambridge University and took her baby daughter with her. She went on to enjoy a successful career in The City before becoming a writer. As a journalist, Tilly contributed regularly to the Sunday Times, Daily Mail and Evening Standard before following in the footsteps of her sister Louise and turning her hand to novels.
Tilly's first book, Adored, was a smash hit on both sides of the Atlantic and she hasn't looked back since. Tilly and her family divide their time between their homes in Kensington and Los Angeles and their beach house on Nantucket Island.
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One Christmas morning
I read this Little short story over Christmas as I am in bed with the flu ,It was ok I could have wrote the script myself ,I just knew the
Ending was a fore gone conclusion ,and I did not like the Advertising ,for shops on the high st put me off .
Boring and predictable