What if you couldn’t get away from the one who got away?
This December, unlucky-in-love Jess is following her dream and moving to Notting Hill. On the first night in her new house-share she meets Alex, the guy in the room next door. They don’t kiss under the mistletoe, but there’s still a spark that leaves Jess imagining how they might spend the year together – never mind the house rule against dating…
But when Jess returns from her Christmas holiday, she finds Alex has started seeing Emma, who lives on the floor above them. Now Jess faces a year of bumping into the man of her dreams – and, apparently, the woman of his.
Jess is determined to move on and spend the year falling in love with London, not Alex – but what if her heart has other ideas?
We Met In December is available in ebook and paperback now. You can purchase your copy using the link below.
I thought this was a funny, warm and absorbing read that has made me want to visit London again as soon as possible!
The thing I most liked about this book was the gradual development of the couples relationship. It wasn’t a straight forward romance for the two of them, despite having a spark when they first meet. Instead the pair become friends first and spend a lot of time exploring London together which leads to some lovely scenes.
The wonderful descriptions of London were brilliant and I thought I could clearly envision them in my mind. I enjoyed visiting all the places alongside them, including some that I hadn’t heard about before which I had to look up on the internet.
This book drew me in straight away and I soon found myself losing myself in it’s pages. I enjoyed following Jess and Tom’s story whilst wondering how it was going to end up for them. It was a fun, easy read which would be great to take on holiday or curl up with in front of the fire.
Huge thanks to Sabah for inviting me onto the blog tour and to Avon for my copy of this book via Netgalley.
About The Author:
Rosie Curtis was born in the Highlands of Scotland, and now lives with her family in a 150 year old house by the sea in the north west of England. She loves travel, happy ever after stories, and daydreaming. Her favourite book character is a toss up between Anne Shirley and Jo March. Rosie also writes adult and teen fiction as Rachael Lucas.
You can say hello to Rosie on Twitter where she is @karamina and follow her on Instagram at @rosiecurtisauthor