FATE PULLED THEM APART BUT NOT BEFORE THEY MADE A PROMISE.
TEN CHRISTMASES LATER, WILL THEIR WISH COME TRUE? . . .
As Norah battles through the bustling December crowds, she hears the notes of a song that transports her back to the most romantic week of her life.
After meeting on a blissful holiday, but knowing they had to part, a boy named Andrew made her a promise:
If they are both single on Christmas Eve in ten years’ time, they will meet under the clock on Grafton Street, Dublin.
Norah has no idea if he will remember, but she has nothing to lose.
So, hoping for a Christmas miracle, she heads to Dublin. To that clock. And, maybe, to Andrew.
But it wouldn’t be Christmas without a few surprises . . .
I really enjoyed this festive read, it was like someone giving you a warm hug. Norah is going to Dublin to meet someone she has not seen for ten years, he made her a promise that if they are both single on Christmas Eve in ten years time, they will meet under the clock on Grafton Street in Dublin. Norah has nothing to lose so decides to invite her good friend to come with her, but what will happen when she gets there? there are a few twists in this story too, It is a little cheesy but that is what makes it a good story. I kind of guessed what may happen but I still thoroughly enjoyed the story.
I received an ARC copy of this book for an honest review.
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