The Little Christmas Shop on Nutcracker Lane
‘Wow… I fell a little bit in love! In these dark days, this book is a beacon of light!’ 5 stars, Netgalley reviewer
It’s the most magical time of year, and anything can happen…
Nia Maddison has always believed that wishes come true on Nutcracker Lane. So, when she gets the opportunity to run her own Christmas gift shop on the most magical street in town, it feels like her wishes have been finally granted.
But working late one night, Nia discovers yet another boyfriend has cheated on her. As she trudges home – alone, again – she passes the (supposedly) magical nutcracker and half-joking thinks a wish can’t hurt. Cracking a nut in its mouth, she wishes to find Prince Charming.
The next day Nia gets to work to find another decoration shop has opened directly across the lane from her own, and she can’t resist having a nose around.
Whilst there, she accidentally backs into a human-sized Nutcracker, knocking it over and breaking it. Mortified, she flees from the store but when she gathers her resolve to go back and apologise, she stumbles across the gorgeous shop owner James, who looks exactly like Prince Charming…
Could her Christmas wish from the night before really be coming true?
Fans of Heidi Swain, Holly Martin and Rebecca Raisin will love Jaimie Admans!
Readers LOVE Nutcracker Lane!
‘Oh wow this is a pure delight to read, I devoured this in one sitting wrapped up in my blanket on the sofa.’ – NetGalley Reviewer, 5 Stars
‘If you don’t feel the Christmas spirit after reading this book, you are a grinch and should have your heart checked.’ – NetGalley Reviewer, 5 Stars
‘If you’re looking for a Christmas story to amuse and delight you, and give you that warm, happy feeling, I highly recommend this one.’ – NetGalley Reviewer, 5 Stars
‘It had humour, sadness, vulnerability, friendship, kindness and a selection of the best “worst” Christmas jokes.’ – NetGalley Reviewer, 5 Stars
‘This heart-warming tale has left me with a huge smile and already wanting to put up my Christmas tree.’ – NetGalley Reviewer, 5 Stars