It’s the 1st of December and Milly Arnold is facing a miserable Noel. Newly single, the last thing she wants to do is join her settled sister and her young family for the first of their traditions: the writing of the Christmas lists. However Milly’s nephews have other ideas and insist she write a list of her own (with illustrations to help Father Christmas decipher her terrible handwriting). Milly duly makes a request for a bunch of roses, some chocolate and a new pair of shoes. She doesn’t expect to get any of it. However, that very day, a box of chocolates appears....
"Great little Christmas story."
There’s only one thing worse than being jilted on the day of your wedding: being ditched a week before you have to be your friend’s chief bridesmaid. If you are the jilted bride, at least you don’t have to go through with the ceremony. As the recently dumped bridesmaid, you don’t have the luxury of locking yourself in your bedroom and sobbing your heart out. Lizzie Jordan is waiting for her great break and in the meantime is happily settled with her boyfriend, Richard - until she hears those fateful words, “We have to talk”.
Have you ever had your heart broken? How did you get over it? Did you delete his number and start again? Are you now friends with your ex? Perhaps you’re godmother to his children? In which case, you’re a weirdo and this book is not for you. But if you reacted with denial, begging or a spot of casual witchcraft, then you’ve come to the right place.