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How to Stuff Up Christmas
How to Stuff Up Christmas

How to Stuff Up Christmas

FICTION

336 Pages, 5 x 8

Formats: Trade Paper, EPUB, Mobipocket

Trade Paper, $12.95 (US $12.95) (CA $17.95)

Publication Date: November 2015

ISBN 9781782398608

Rights: US & CA

Atlantic Books, Ltd. (Nov 2015)
Corvus

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Overview

Christmas and cooking collide in this hilarious romantic comedy from Rosie Blake. '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 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.

Reviews

"Just brilliant." —Fabulous magazine

"Wonderfully likeable characters and a realistic plot." —Sun on How to Get a (Love) Life

"Ridiculously funny, sweet and had a proper 'sigh-out-loud-and-hug-my-kindle-end.' I'm sad I've finished it." —Chick Lit Love on How to Get a (Love) Life

"A fabulous début and one which will have you doubled over with tears streaming down your face." —compellingreads.co.uk on How to Get a (Love) Life

Author Biography

Rosie Blake spent her university years writing pantomimes based on old classics, including 'The Wizard of Odd: Search for the Ruby Strippers' and 'Harry Potter: The Musical' (complete with moving opening number, 'In my Cupboard I will Stay'). Rosie went on to write a winning short story in the La Senza/Little Black Dress Short Story Competition, and features for Cosmopolitan magazine, before turning to books.