Monday, 24 December 2012

White Christmas by Emma Lee Potter

review by Maryom

Lizzie Foster may be a TV weather presenter but she doesn't care what the weather will be for Christmas - she's recently been dumped by her long-term boyfriend and is facing a dismal Christmas on her own. That is, until she meets Hal Benson, her opposite number at rival channel, Last Ditch TV. While Lizzie prides herself on being a serious, Met Office trained presenter, Hal is a 'resting' actor brought in to cover a staffing crisis, with no understanding beyond 'wet' or 'sunny', to deliver a light-hearted overview of the weather - ie the sort of presenter who really annoys Lizzie. Sometimes though, opposites attract. Will they this time? and who will win their bet on the possibility of a White Christmas?

White Christmas is a short and sweet seasonal romantic story of about 60 pages (190 kb on Kindle). For its size, it has a well-structured plot and real characters to love and hate. If you're looking for a light hearted and cheery read this Christmas, then this could be for you - you may even find time to read it in between the festivities (and chores) of Christmas!



Maryom's review - 4 stars
Publisher -
Endeavour Press
Genre - adult romcom


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