It’s the night before Christmas. This year is your beautiful young daughter’s first Christmas, and you’ve planned something magical. Family and friends will gather around the table at your home and you’ll spend the holiday surrounded by the sounds of laughter and joy of the ones you love most.
Sounds perfect, right?
But what if your plans change, unexpectedly, when you decide to help a random stranger in need? A stranger who desperately needs to get home to be with his wife who is experiencing premature labor?
This is exactly what Jude, Carrie, and their daughter Maya experience in Nicky Wells’ holiday novella, Fairy Tale in New York.
Jude, Carrie, and Maya find themselves stuck in a New York snowstorm that prevents them from flying home to England for Christmas.
Can you imagine being virtually stranded in a foreign country during the Christmas holiday?! Not only would you be missing your family and homeland terribly, but think about the logistics of the situation? Hotels are crammed and at capacity. Few establishments are actually open. And you are quite literally at the mercy of the kindness and holiday warmth of complete strangers!
In Fairy Tale in New York, the reader follows this family on a truly magical journey through New York at Christmas, as they meet wonderful strangers who make them feel like family, make life-changing decisions, and receive a wonderful reward for their kindness.
Check out Fairy Tale in New York this Christmas season. You won’t be disappointed!
Thanks to Nicky Wells for the book in exchange for an honest review.
****Stop the press!! To celebrate the launch of Fairy Tale in New York, Nicky Wells is offering her previous Christmas novella, Spirits of Christmas, completely FREE on Kindle from 8 November 8-12! And that’s not all! Fallen for Rock will be only £0.99/$0.99 from November 10-16. Go on, treat yourself!****
Bethany Petty is a mother, wife, full time high school social studies teacher, educational technology nerd, reader, runner, blogger, and more! Bethany holds a Bachelor of Science in Education degree from Southeast Missouri State University and a Master of Science in Education from the University of Missouri - Columbia. She enjoys reading a wide variety of books, and is excited to pass her love of reading on to her two young daughters. Bethany maintains two blogs: Teaching with Technology, in which she discusses educational technology topics as well as their classroom uses, and My Eclectic Bookshelf, where she reviews awesome books and posts recipes, apps, ideas, and anecdotes for mommies!
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