Review: The Christmas Holiday by Maxine Morrey


The Christmas Holiday by Maxine Morrey

The Blurb:

Fall in love this winter on a romantic trip around the world ending in a fairy-tale winter wedding! As winter comes to London, journalist Mia Walker is desperately hoping for her big break as a travel writer, dreaming of exotic locations and sun-soaked beaches. When she’s invited to write a romantic travel piece that ends in a huge winter wedding in London, she jumps at the chance. The only trouble is, the photographer is renowned adventure-junkie Hunter Scott, who Mia last saw five years ago when she ended their engagement.

It’s the opportunity of a lifetime, and Mia knows she’d be mad to say no – even if it does mean spending weeks travelling round the world with the one man she never wanted to see again! But as the wedding approaches, and the magic of Christmas begins to take hold, Mia can’t help looking out for mistletoe – and wishing she hadn’t cancelled her own engagement after all…

Kindle Edition, 384 pages
Published September 22nd 2017 by HQ Digital

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My Thoughts:

Eager to prove herself as a journalist Mia jumps at the chance to document her boss’ daughter’s romantic pre-wedding itinerary which involves adventures to India, America and then back to London for the festive finale. What an experience! However, no sooner as she’s agreed the accompanying photographer turns out to be Hunter Scott, a man with an intimidating reputation and Mia’s ex.

With so many cultural delights and adventures this book transports you to dream locations from the comfort of your sofa and unveils secrets, regrets and plenty of chemistry.

I really do love Maxine’s writing, it has a beautiful way of telling the story, full of emotion. This book is pure escapism; enjoyable, not “in your face Christmassy”, and captures you by the heartstrings as you unravel the mysteries and backgrounds of Hunter and Mia.
Thank you Netgalley & HQ for this advanced copy to review honestly.




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