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Publisher Description

Doesn't every girl dream of getting . . . something from Tiffany's?

'The kind of book that you can't put down' - Sunday Independent

It's Christmas Eve. And on 5th Avenue in New York City, two very different men are shopping for gifts for the women they love.

Gary is buying his girlfriend Rachel a charm bracelet. Partly to thank her for paying for their holiday-of-a-lifetime to New York. But mainly because he's left his Christmas shopping far too late.

Whereas Ethan's looking for something a little more special - an engagement ring for the first woman to have made him happy since he lost the love of his life.

But when the two men's shopping bags get confused, and Rachel somehow ends up with Ethan's ring, the couples' lives become intertwined. And, as Ethan tries to reunite the ring with the woman it was actually intended for, he finds it trickier than expected.

Does fate have other ideas for the couples? Or is there simply a bit of Tiffany's magic in the air . . .

Fiction & Literature
May 26
Hodder & Stoughton

Customer Reviews

sjmplum ,

A lovely book

What a lovely story. The premise is a bit silly and I'd read the synopsis before and thought 'no' - but having read another book by the same author I thought I'd give it a go.

The idea is a bit far-fetched but the way that the characters deal with everything seems very real and not at all 'convenient for the story' - you know how sometimes you read a book and think 'no-one would do that in real life' - well that doesn't happen here. Also, you don't see the ending mapped out from page one either.

It's sweet, well written and charming and the characters are quite well rounded so you believe in the way they behave and what they do.

Give it a try, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

Cara Onesti ,

Will not disappoint

This is the fourth Melissa Hill book I have read and each one gets better and better. If you love Christmas, magic and romance then this book will certainly not disappoint you! Highly recommended.

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