I hate Christmas.
As CEO of my company, I've banned decorations from the office, festive music from the lobby and any kind of secret Santa gifts between employees are strictly forbidden.
I'm heading to the airport, away from the Christmas lights and the mulled wine, heading for sunshine and margaritas when I get a call from Granny. She's sprained her ankle and needs my help filling in for her as head of the village Christmas Committee. Snowsly is the Christmas Capital of England and the last place I want to be in the lead up to Christmas.
But there's nothing I wouldn't do for Granny.
When I arrive in Snowsly, I'm introduced to Celia Sommers who is Christmas' biggest fan and therefore my own personal nightmare before Christmas. Worse than that, I have to work with her to make Snowsly's Christmas market a success.
Celia is determined to get me in the festive spirit. It's not going to work.
It doesn't matter if she's smart and funny and easy to flirt with—if she doesn't stop looking at me with her sparkling eyes and pouting her completely kissable lips, Celia is going straight to the top of my naughty list.
All the Christmas feels
If you are looking for a read with all the heartwarming fuzzy feelings and a whole lot of Christmas thrown in, look no further than Sebastian and Celia.
Sebastian has hated Christmas for a long time, however, his Gran needs his help with the village Christmas Fair since she has injured herself and he can’t say no to her. So his plans for Barbados are cancelled and a trip to the Cotswolds is booked instead.
When he reaches the Cotswolds, he’s thrown right into Christmas, troubleshooting all the problems that turn up. He’s partnered up with Celia, who loves Christmas and wants this years fair to be the best yet!
As they embark on their journey to fix things, Celia is in awe of the way Sebastian handles everything with ease, only heightening her attraction to him and although Sebastian doesn’t like Christmas, he can’t help but be drawn in by Celia’s love for it.
This book was such a lighthearted read that put me right in the Christmas mood, especially with those Christmas puns, I may start using a few ☺️! It oozed everything Christmas and was such a fun read that I read in one sitting and included a great host of side characters and a few clues to what will come next. I can’t wait!