Review: Fairy Tale in New York – Nicky Wells

New York. A restaurant near Park Avenue. It’s early evening, and dusk is falling. So is the snow. Jude and Carrie are only killing time while they wait for their flight to London. They don’t know yet that their life will never be the same.

When rock star Jude gets stranded in New York with his family on Christmas Eve, he has no idea that he is setting in motion a chain of events that will turn their Christmas into the most magical one yet…

No good deed goes unpunished, or so it seems to Jude and Carrie on the morning of the twenty-fourth of December. The previous day, they gave up their London-bound flights to someone in crisis. And now, a spectacular whiteout is grounding all planes, and Jude, Carrie, and baby Maya are stuck far from home.

Tired, hungry, and just a little panicked, Jude loads his family into a cab and returns to their hotel. But there’s no room at the inn, and not even a platinum credit card will make a difference. Snow is falling heavily, and the family is facing a very bleak night indeed.

How do you celebrate Christmas with no place to stay, no food, and no presents? Join Jude, Carrie, Maya and a cast of colourful characters in this fairy tale story of Yuletide in New York.

Fairy Tale in New York is now available in Kindle and paperback editions from all Amazon domains, including: Amazon.co.uk | Amazon.com

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This book is the perfect Christmas novella for me! I loved everything about it, especially the message that carried throughout this whole novella – acts of kindness from random people do still exist.

Fairy Tale in New York follows the same characters as Spirits of Christmas. This time, however, Jude, Carrie and their little daughter Maya find themselves in New York over Christmas and get to experience the most beautiful, tear-jerking and romantic moments with each other. Although Jude and Carrie were the main heroes in Nicky’s previous novella, Fairy Tale in New York can easily be read as a standalone.

Fairy Tale is New York is a perfect read for when you need a little pick-me-up moment. I had a huge smile plastered on my face when I reached the last page. Yes, admittedly there are a few stereotypical moments in this book, but this is exactly what I need and expect from a Christmas novel/novella.

 

About Nicky Wells: Romance that Rocks Your World!

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Ultimate rock chick author Nicky Wells writes romance with rock stars—because there’s no better romantic hero than a golden-voiced bad boy with a secret soft heart and a magical stage presence!

Nicky’s books offer glitzy, glamorous romance with rock stars—imagine Bridget Jones ROCKS Notting Hill! If you’ve ever had a crush on any kind of celebrity, you’ll connect with Nicky’s heroes and their leading ladies.

Born in Germany, Nicky moved to the United Kingdom in 1993 and currently lives in Lincoln with her husband and their two boys. Nicky loves listening to rock music, dancing, and eating lobsters. When she’s not writing, she’s a wife, mother, occasional knitter, and regular contributor at Siren 107.3 FM with her own monthly show. Rock on!

Nicky’s books: Sophie’s Turn | Sophie’s Run | Sophie’s Encore | Spirits of Christmas

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Did you know? There’s a single out now by Nicky’s fictional rock band Tuscq come to life! “Love Me Better” is available for download from Amazon, iTunes and many other places.

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2 Comments

  1. November 27, 2014 / 8:27 pm

    Ooh Heidi, thanks for sharing your thoughts–and I’m so happy my fairy tale put you in a festive mood! Here’s wishing you and your readers all the best for a wonderful Christmas season, a great Christmas, and a happy New Year 2015. OMG, are we really at that time of year already?

    Big hugs, and thanks for all your support through the year(s). Keep on rocking! XX

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