Review: A Christmas in Disguise by Katie Fforde

Posted December 2, 2016 by Charlotte in Reviews / 0 Comments

A Christmas in Disguise by Katie Fforde
Review: A Christmas in Disguise by Katie FfordeKatie Fforde's Winter Collection by Katie Fforde
Published by Cornerstone Digital on November 3, 2016
Genres: Chick-lit, Christmas, Fiction, Novella
Pages: 64
Format: E-Arc
Source: Netgalley
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The perfect companion for your cosy Christmas - a bumper bundle of wonderfully romantic stories from Sunday Times bestselling author Katie Fforde. Turn on the Christmas lights, curl up on the sofa and immerse yourself in the deliciously readable world of Katie Fforde.
Includes two full length novels, Highland Fling and The Rose Revived, as well as three delightful short stories: Staying Away at Christmas, From Scotland With Love and A Christmas in Disguise.
*****Highland Fling: When 'Virtual Assistant' Jenny Porter's boyfriend accuses her of being impulsive, soft-hearted and unbusinesslike, dashing off to Scotland to sort out a failing mill for one of her clients may not be the best way of proving him wrong. And promising to help run a mobile burger bar before she's even found her feet doesn't help matters. When she finds herself determined to save the mill - whatever her client's wishes - it seems that Henry's accusations may have contained more than a grain of truth.
So when Jenny's awkward encounters with the abrasive but disconcertingly attractive Ross Grant develop into something more complicated - just as Henry arrives in Scotland to reclaim her - it's time for Jenny to make some decisions. Should she do the sensible thing and follow Henry back to London? Or is her Highland adventure more than just a fling . . . ?
The Rose Revived:If May, Sally and Harriet didn't need the money so badly, they definitely wouldn't be working for Slimeball Slater at Quality Cleaners. So when they discover it's Slimeball taking them to the cleaners, they decide to set up their own business - and that's when things really start to take off.
Working for themselves gives them the freedom and independence they've been longing for. May can afford the mooring fees for her beloved narrowboat; Harriet discovers a true gift for painting and Sally's dream of a place of her own is fast becoming reality. But is it too much, having made such a success of their working lives, to expect similar success in their romantic ones?
Staying Away at Christmas:Miranda and her daughters have rented a cosy cottage for Christmas. The only trouble is, Anthony and his children are booked into the same place. In a moment of Christmas spirit, Miranda suggests they all spend yuletide together. Will the mistletoe help ease the tension and bring some cheer? Will romance blossom under the stars? Or will it be a Christmas they’d all rather forget?
From Scotland With Love:When Daisy travels to Scotland to confront notorious author Rory McAllan, little does she know that within hours she’ll be snowed in with him. But surely she's not going to have to spend her precious New Year's Eve with him too?
A Christmas in Disguise:When Jo’s friend Andi asks if she’ll stand in to cook Christmas lunch for her employer, Jo reluctantly agrees. She knows Andi will lose her job if she doesn’t, and wants to help out her friend.
Jo is nervous because Andi’s boss is a well-known celebrity diva, who outright refuses to have anyone but Andi cook for her. But she also insists Andi wears full chef's whites so the girls think they’ll get away with it ... it’s the perfect Christmas disguise.
But when Jo runs into one of the guests - good looking and very smart Anthony - things get even more complicated...

Short stories have a charm about them, which is proved in A Christmas in Disguise. As not only can you dip into them at your pleasure you can also finish them in your lunch break. Which is great for the avid bookworm who has to read a book all at once.

A Christmas in Disguise is a charming festive read that will remind that Christmas doesn’t have to be perfect to be special. And with so much at stake it is hard not to read this book with eager anticipation for the outcome. Will everything go smoothly or will there be a mini cooking disaster along the way?

This is a light fun read, perfect for getting you into the Christmas spirit. And as it is hard to read without a smile on your face, I can promise that you will be jolly over Christmas.

This is one Christmas treat you don’t want to miss out on!

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