Fairytale of New York

Fairytale of New York

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Are happy-ever-afters made in Manhattan? Find out in this gorgeous debut, perfect for cold winter nights. Once upon a time an English girl went to New York to live out her very own fairytale! Florist Rosie Duncan's life couldn't be better, she has a flourishing business on New York's Upper West Side and fantastic friends. Moving to Manhattan feels like the best decision she ever made. Even though at the time, it was her escape route from heartbreak ...For the past six years Rosie has kept her heart under lock and key, despite the protests of her closest friends - charming, commitment-phobic Ed, unlucky in love Marnie and the one-woman tornado that is Celia. Then a blossoming friendship with publishing hot-shot Nate begins to shake Rosie's resolve at the same time as her brother arrives in the Big Apple, hiding a secret. But a chance meeting brings Rosie face to face with her past, unravelling the mystery behind her arrival in New York. Rosie is forced to confront questions she has long been trying to ignore, including will she ever get her very own happy-ever-after? A sparkling, romantic comedy about an English girl who finds herself in the city where dreams can come true - or so she thinks!

Title:Fairytale of New York
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781847561657
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    Fairytale of New York Reviews

  • Laura's Book Addiction

    The worst book I have ever read the characters all got on my nerves and made it hard for me to finish this book. The main character Rosie was dull and clueless and the way she called her friends mate ...

  • Kylie H

    Was loaned this book and had absolutely no expections, and was pleasantly surprised.Rosie is an English woman who runs a small florist shop in New York. She has some great friends, but refuses to be d...

  • Leah

    Rosie Duncan left England six-and-a-half years ago to live in Boston. A short while later something truly awful happened to Rosie which forced her to leave Boston and she ended up in New York. New Yor...

  • Evangeline

    Reading this book was a highly frustrating experience. Right from the start, we are constantly told that the main character, Rosie, has a big secret, something really bad that happened to her in Bosto...

  • Rea Cobb

    Fairytale Of New York is the first book I have read by Miranda Dickinson. If this book is anything to go by, I will be reading more of her books, as I could not put this book down. The book is your ty...

  • Hannah

    After a slow start I got into this book and the characters.I love Ed and it's obvious he's in love with Rosie with his actions and she's his specific someone. I liked her brother James but didn't thin...

  • The Sweet Bookshelf

    I picked this book up over the winter. I liked the cover. On the cover it says," Are happily-ever-afters made in Manhattan?" I love me a happily ever after! Sold!Cute book! I'm happily surprised! It's...

  • Debbie

    First chick lit I've read in ages. Got it in charity book sale. Not good. The main character has a secret that she is v worried that if friends found out they'd think diff of her. Such an anti-climax ...

  • Frenchorchidea

    This is the second book from Miranda Dickinson I am reading. I loved her last book "Take a look at me now" so so much that I decided to try another book from her. And for that, I picked up her debut n...

  • Sarah

    This was a new author for me, I think most of the books I'm currently reviewing are. I put down as a new year resolution type thing to read as many ne authors as I possibly could. So this book is set ...