Are happy-ever-afters made in Manhattan? Find out in this gorgeous novel, perfect for cold winter nights.
Once upon a time an English girl went to New York to live out her very own fairytale…
Florist Rosie Duncan's life couldn't be better, she has a flourishing business on New York's Upper West Side and fantastic friends. Moving to Manhattan feels like the best decision she ever made. Even though at the time, it was her escape route from heartbreak . . .
For the past six years Rosie has kept her heart under lock and key, despite the protests of her closest friends - charming, commitment-phobic Ed, unlucky in love Marnie and the one-woman tornado that is Celia.
Then a blossoming friendship with publishing hot-shot Nate begins to shake Rosie's resolve at the same time as her brother arrives in the Big Apple, hiding a secret.
But a chance meeting brings Rosie face to face with her past, unravelling the mystery behind her arrival in New York. Rosie is forced to confront questions she has long been trying to ignore, including will she ever get her very own happy-ever-after?
A sparkling, romantic comedy about an English girl who finds herself in the city where dreams can come true - or so she thinks…
'This is so well written, such an enjoyable read. The characters are all distinctive, leaping right off the page.' Authonomy reader review
'This is warm, sweet and frothy as a cappuccino with just enough of the bitter side of life coming through. I love the juxtaposition of the English rose amidst bright, brittle New Yorkers - each of your characters is clearly established and distinctly voiced.' Authonomy reader review
‘This book is fabulous. Your writing style is wonderful and you have vivid characters that a reader can really fall in love with.’ Authonomy reader review
‘Miranda - put succinctly, your writing SPARKLES.’ - Authonomy reader review
‘A light, easy and enjoyable read of love and life in the Big Apple, perfect for cosy nights in!’ Closer
About the author
Miranda Dickinson has always had a head full of stories. From an early age she dreamed of writing a book that would make the heady heights of Kingswinford Library. Following a Performance Art degree, she began to write in earnest when a friend gave her The World's Slowest PC. She is also a singer-songwriter. Fairytale of New York was her first novel.