Emma Love is a matchmaker who believes in old fashioned courtship, over swiping left or right. She’s inspired by Jane Austen, Bridgerton and a thousand and one perfect romance stories, where matches were made at elegant soirees and not by sliding into your intended’s DMs.
This year, Emma is inviting you to a very special social season, where a hopeful singleton might find their own Mr Darcy waiting under the mistletoe. At a series of glamorous, festive, and, most importantly, romantic events, Emma is making it her mission to find love for everyone this Christmas Season.
How will she fare trying to find perfect matches for the Price twins, both too busy trying to outdo the other to ever look for love? Can she encourage the sexy Season rake, Theo, to change his ways? And what of Hope Lucas, who Emma has failed to match before, but who still has faith that Mr Right is out there?
And with Emma so focused on finding everybody else’s happy ever after, is she at risk of letting her own perfect match slip away?
Welcome to the Christmas Season.
An uplifting, original and romantic read that fans of Bridgerton, Lex Croucher and Lindsey Kelk will love.
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My Review of The Christmas Season
Although I haven’t read A Season of Love of which this is a sequel, it can was okay to read as a standalone book as well.
Emma is a modern matchmaker who uses old-fashioned methods. She sets up elaborate, themed soirees for singles to meet and find their match. I enjoyed getting to know the main characters and seeing how their stories unfolded. Emma, Hope, Connie, and Grace had their own challenges and strengths and I enjoyed following their romances.
It was an enjoyable read.
Ally Sinclair grew up on the North Yorkshire coast and now lives with her husband in Worcestershire, at least until she can persuade him to give into her yearning to live somewhere nearer the sea. No kids, no pets. She sometimes manages to keep a pot plant alive. Briefly. She has been writing professionally since 2013, and is also published as Alison May and, in collaboration, as Juliet Bell. Ally is a former Chair of the Romantic Novelists’ Association, and currently works as an associate lecturer for the Open University.
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