Blog Tour – One Kiss Before Christmas by Emma Jackson

 

Rachels Random Resources presents:

One Kiss Before Christmas

by author Emma Jackson

published November 2, 2020

 

 

 

 

Here is a little about the book:

A gorgeously romantic festive read from the author of A Mistletoe Miracle, guaranteed to warm your heart this Christmas!


Could it be the start of her happy ever after?

Ashleigh could use a little Christmas magic. She’s still living in Brighton with her Nan — who could give the Grinch lessons in how to be miserable — her acting career has been reduced to playing one of Santa’s elves, and not even the prospect of a friend’s winter wedding can cheer her up…

That is until Olivier, the gorgeous French chef, reappears in her life. Or more accurately, next door.

When they were teenagers, Olivier would spend every other Christmas with his mother, who just happens to be Ash’s neighbour and owner of the best chocolate shop in England. 

If anyone can bring a little sparkle back to Ash’s life, it’s Olivier. All she needs is one kiss before Christmas…

Feel-good and festive, this is the perfect romance to curl up with this winter!

 

 

My thoughts

Oh this book, such a delight. I am so honored to have gotten to do the cover reveal for you back in September, and now I get to tell you all about it on the official blog tour. I adore Emma Jackson, and I know you will love this one too.

This is your typical “god I need a change in my hum-drum life romance.” We have Ashleigh who lives with her Nan, acting career nonexistent, stuck working as one of Santa’s elves just for a gig, and nothing exciting to look forward to. Then there is Oliver, recently divorced, at a crossroads on deciding whether or not to accept a different job, staying next door with his mother for Christmas. When the two of them meet up, old sparks start to fly and this sweet little romance might just bring them both a the holiday season they never expected.

Who doesn’t love a bit of romance around the Christmas season? This quirky and fun book is just the perfect read to get you ready to start your holiday movie binging. Ashleigh is an extremely relatable character, and is easy to fall in love with, I totally loved her Nan who is also a retired nurse like myself and just made me chuckle. You can’t help but route for Ashleigh and Oliver to finally get together, and this heartwarming and quick read is just perfect for any sweet cozy evening when you are looking for a feel good book. Emma Jackson never disappoints. If you are familiar with some of her other books, don’t be shocked to see some familiar names pop up in this one too! So fun. A great read.

Thank you so much to Emma Jackson, Orion Dash Publishing, and Rachel Gilbey from Rachels Random Resources for my gifted copy of this book for my honest and unbiased opinion.

 

 

 

Order Links

 

 

 

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Amazon UK

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About the Author

Author of the Best Selling A MISTLETOE MIRACLE and contender for the Joan Hessayon Award 2020, Emma has been a devoted bookworm and secret-story-scribbler since she was 6 years old. When she’s not running around after her two daughters and trying to complete her current work-in-progress, Emma loves to read, bake, catch up on binge-watching TV programmes with her partner and plan lots of craft projects that will inevitably end up unfinished. Her latest romantic comedy, SUMMER IN THE CITY, was released in June 2020.

Emma also writes historical and fantasy fiction as Emma S Jackson. THE DEVIL’S BRIDE was published by DarkStroke in February 2020.

You can find out news about Emma via her website, by signing up to her newsletter at www.esjackson.co.uk 

 

 

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