What They Say:
The eagerly anticipated follow-up to One Hundred Proposals.
If you thought Harry & Suzie’s life couldn't get anymore sweepingly romantic than Harry asking her to marry him at the end of One Hundred Proposals – think again!
It’s Christmas in a snow-kissed London, and the.PerfectProposal.com have vowed to carry out one hundred proposals in December. No easy task at the best of times - made even more complicated by Harry & Suzie trying to plan their first Christmas and a visit from the dreaded in-laws. But one hundred deliciously Christmassy proposals later they find themselves asking if everything is still perfect in their own relationship….
Welcome back to the divinely warm world of One Hundred Proposals – with a sprinkling of pure, joyful, festive magic.
Have yourself a very merry Christmas indeed with Holly Martin’s Christmas novella.
What I Say:
I would like to thank author Holly Martin for sending me a copy if this book in exchange for a fair and honest review.
When author Holly Martin contacted me and aske would I like to be part of the blog tour I jumped at the chance, after reading and loving One Hundred Proposals earlier in the year and loving it, how could I pass up the opportunity to read this?
First I would like to mention the cover, I love the blue and red with the couple that is so obviously Harry and Suzie.
It is now six month on from Harry's proposal and they are preparing for the busiest time for their business, Harry has the fantastic idea that they can arrange one hundred proposals in December.
I love all the proposals that had Suzie crying and also at times had me in tears to, it was great that Holly also brought Harry's blog along into this book too.
We also get to meet Suzies parents as well as familiar characters from One Hundred Proposals, I love how romantic Harry is and he is such gorgeous character.
I didn't know how Holly could top One Hundred Proposals, but she really had managed to do it with this wonderful festive story.
Keep writing Holly I love your books!
About The Author
I love to write. The characters do exactly what I want them to do, most of the time. Sometimes they do seem to go off and do their own thing without my permission. It is complete escapism into a world where I have full control.
I've been writing for four years now, every spare second I have, I'm scribbling ideas in a notebook or typing a scene on my laptop. I have written three romantic fiction books. Changing Casanova and The Chainsaw Masquerade were recently shortlisted for the Festival of Romance New Talent Award. My short story, One Hundred Proposals, won the Belinda Jones Travel Club short story competition and was published in the Sunlounger anthology.