Review: A Vintage Christmas

Posted 10th November 2013 by Emma in Reviews / 0 Comments

Review: A Vintage ChristmasA Vintage Christmas by Ali Harris
Also by this author: Miracle on Regent Street
Series: Evie Taylor #1.5
Also in this series: Miracle on Regent Street
Published by Simon & Schuster UK on 24th October 2013
Pages: 118
Format: eBook
Source: I bought it
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Evie has the perfect job and the perfect man, but keeping both in her life has become a serious balancing act…
With the sales coming to a close at Hardy’s, Evie must source new stock for the season ahead. Her mind is constantly buzzing with ideas and layouts, so much so that she is forgetting all about Sam.
Can she learn to keep her work separate from her home life? Or will she lose everything…

So after I finished Miracle on Regent Street I discovered there was a sequel called A Vintage Christmas. I had heard that Ali Harris has released a Christmas book but I didn’t realise it was a sequel. I immediately purchased the book and read it as soon as it was possible.

I devoured the book quite quickly. I absolutely loved being in Evie’s world again. It was great to see how she’s doing, I would have loved an update on her mum and sister though.

I absolutely loved David and his shoes. This is a perfect little Christmas story.

About Ali Harris

Ali is a magazine journalist who has worked in the world of glossy magazines for ten years.

She grew up in deepest darkest Norfolk, where she spent her formative years dreaming of the bright lights of the big city. At 18 she swapped sheep for show tunes and moved to London to do a degree in performing arts. After three years of ‘studying’ (read: doing jazz hands) she became…. a waitress. In her spare time she started writing a book (about a frustrated waitress, of course) and soon realised that writing was her true passion. After many rejection letters she decided just getting paid to write for a living would be a step in the right direction. One work placement at a celebrity style magazine later and she’d found her spiritual home. Surrounded by clothes, shoes and celebrity gossip she threw herself into her new career and was ecstatic when she bagged a job at Company magazine.

Ali was soon given her own dating column but then, she met ‘Email Boy’ and her column became focused on their blossoming relationship – she even won an industry award for her efforts. She left Company in 2005 to broaden her horizons as a freelance journalist, writing for Cosmo, Grazia and ELLE, amongst others. She also got married to Email Boy (now going by his official name of Ben) and then got lured back to the world of glossies with a job at number one women’s magazine, Glamour. She left in 2009 to write books and have babies.

Ali’s debut Miracle on Regent Street was published by Simon & Schuster in October 2011. Her second novel The First Last Kiss was published in January 2013. Her latest novel, Written in the Stars, is out now.


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