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Holly’s Christmas Kiss

Published Date: December 6, 2013

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Book 1 - Christmas Kisses


Happy Holidays? Not for Michelle…

Holly Michelle Jolly hates Christmas and she has a good reason to. Apart from her ridiculously festive name which made her the brunt of jokes at school, tragic and unfortunate events have a habit of happening to her around the holiday season. And this year is no different.

After the flight to her once-in-a-lifetime holiday destination is cancelled, Michelle faces the prospect of a cold and lonely Christmas. That is, until she meets Sean Munro. Sean loves Christmas, and he wants to share the magic with Michelle.

With Sean’s help, can Michelle experience her first happy Christmas, or will their meeting just result in another year of memories that she’d rather forget?

Book 1 in the Christmas Kisses series. Followed by Cora’s Christmas Kiss and Jessica’s Christmas Kiss.

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Alison May

Alison Maynard_low resAlison was born and raised in North Yorkshire, but now lives in Worcester. She is a History graduate from the University of York and has a Creative Writing degree from the University of Birmingham. Alison has worked as a waitress, a shop assistant, a learning adviser, an advice centre manager, and is now a creative writing tutor and freelance trainer for charities and voluntary organisations.

She is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association and won their Elizabeth Goudge trophy in 2012 for her short story  Feel the FearFeel the Fear which was released in the Romantic Novelists’ Association’s 2014 anthology.

Alison writes contemporary romantic comedies.

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Customer Reviews

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    Dear Ms. May,

    While waiting for your newest holiday novella to be released this year, I thought I’d go back and check out last years. I used to have a friend who hated Christmas too so I know kind of what Sean is up against in his effort to get Holly, or Michelle as she prefers to be called, back in the festive spirit.

    From the start, it’s easy to see that Sean is an easy going guy, ready to party if that’s possible but also the kind of man who likes to take care of people. He’s the decent sort who will wait out a snowed in airport with you before offering a bed and meal once it’s obvious no flights are going out. Jayne, Dear Author.

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