A Miracle at Macy’s

Posted 30th December 2015 by Emma in Reviews / 0 Comments

I received this book for free from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

A Miracle at Macy’sA Miracle at Macy's by Lynn Marie Hulsman
on October 8th 2015
Genres: Chicklit, Christmas, Humour, Love & Romance
Pages: 376
Format: eARC
Source: from Netgalley
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‘Home Alone 2: Lost in New York’ meets ‘Marley & Me’ with the romance of ‘When Harry Met Sally’! This is the story of shy homebody Charlotte who loses her beloved pet dog Hudson the week before Christmas. With the help of uptight Englishman Henry, Charlotte goes on a magical treasure hunt around Manhattan to find her furry, four-legged bestie, who she rescued from the trash years before and gave him a place in her home – and her heart.

Spotted in Central Park as one of Santa’s Little Helpers, or last seen in the arms of a supermodel in Times Square, Hudson leads Charlotte and Henry on a very merry dance around the Big Apple, where love, (or should that be Christmas?!) actually is all around.

Thank you to Harper Impulse for accepting my request to review this book via Netgalley. I am a big dog lover and Christmas is my favourite time of year so I knew I had to read this book.

The book begins with Charlotte and Hudson taking a walk around the local area. A few days later Hudson goes missing in Central Park and Charlotte is devastated. Hudson is everything to her and without him she feels like she has no one.

Charlotte runs herself ragged trying to find Hudson. Along the way she makes a lot of new friends and has experiences she would have never had.

This festive filled story will warm even the coldest of hearts. I really enjoyed this book and I look forward to reading more of Lynn’s books in the future.

About Lynn Marie Hulsman

Author Lynn Marie Hulsman’s varied employment background includes stints writing at a direct marketing agency specializing in casino advertising (Loosest slots in town!), ushering at Manhattan Theatre Club, where she saw John Slattery naked (onstage) over 50 times, editing for big pharmaceutical companies (Ask her anything about the prostate: She knows.), creatively ideating for major global brands (I’m in it for the catered lunches) and passing out cheese cube samples (a decided low point). As a performer she’s done comedy at places like Caroline’s, Stand Up New York, The Big Stinkin’ Comedy Festival in Austin,TX, and Boom Chicago in Amsterdam. She can’t tell you what she’s ghost written (obv!) but she’s co-written two books on cookery, and authored The Bourbon Dessert Cookbook. She does not believe in white chocolate. She lives and writes 26 floors above 42nd Street in New York City with her husband, children, and a cranky, elderly Bedlington Terrier.


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