I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.How to Stuff Up Christmas by Rosie Blake
Published by Corvus on 5th November 2015
Genres: Chicklit, Christmas, Humour, Love & Romance
Source: from the Publisher
Tis the season to be jolly. Unless you’ve found an intimate picture of another woman on your fiance’s phone…
Eve is heartbroken after discovering her fiance is cheating on her. Being surrounded by the joys of Christmas is more than Eve can bear, so she chooses to avoid the festivities by spending Christmas alone on a houseboat in Pangbourne. Eve gets an unexpected seasonal surprise when handsome local vet Greg comes to her rescue one day, and continues to visit Eve’s boat on a mission to transform her from Kitchen Disaster Zone to Culinary Queen.
But where does Greg keep disappearing to? What does Eve’s best friend Daisy know that she isn’t telling? And why is there an angry goose stalking Eve’s boat?
A hilarious and heart-warming novel about Christmas, catastrophes and cooking, containing exclusive Christmas recipes, from the talented Rosie Blake.
I am still in denial that Christmas is over so I have another festive review for you. I have all three of Rosie’s books on my TBR pile. I read the blurbs and thought they sounded exactly like my kind of book. I love the covers too.
I picked this book up on Christmas Eve. Unfortunately due to seeing so much family I didn’t finish it until early January.
This book follows Evie in the run up to Christmas and this year Evie just wants to get away. Last Christmas she got engaged but only months later she finds out her husband to be is not as committed as she thought. So with Christmas around the corner Evie decides to spend December learning a new skill in Pangbourne. Evie is such a great character. Even though she is heartbroken she s still fun, bubbly and entertaining.
While in Pangbourne Evie meets local vet Greg. This scene made me laugh so much. It was hilarious. Greg is such a sweet man. I liked him instantly. I was very concerned about why he had to keep running off and when I found out the reason I felt for him and shed a tear or two (or maybe a few more).
Rosie’s writing is witty, well paced and enticing. I really enjoyed this festive story and I cannot wait to sit down with Rosie’s other books
Reading this book contributed to these challenges:
- Christmas Challenge (2017)
- Goodreads Challenge (2017)
- TBR Pile (2017 )