The Back of the Book
‘Louise Young is a devoted single mother whose only priority is providing for her daughter, Mia. Louise has a good job in a huge international corporation and she’s grateful for it. The only problem is her boss who can’t keep his hands to himself, but Louise can handle him. What she really doesn’t have time for is romance – until she meets the company’s rising star, Josh Wallace.
Louise usually says no to evenings out but she’s decided to let her hair down tonight. It’s the office Christmas party, she has a pretty dress to wear and she’s looking forward to some champagne and fun. She’s completely unaware that others around her are too busy playing dangerous games to enjoy the party – until she’s pulled into those games herself . . .
Romance is in the air and secrets are about to be uncovered. It’s going to be a night to remember at The Christmas Party.’
When the postman rang the door bell and handed me a package I did not expect this. It is months before December after all. However what a better way to warm up to the Christmas period. Carole Matthews has a way with words that just enchants readers into a coma like sense of not wanting to put the book down. This book was one of many that did not disappoint.
Living at home is hard as I know from moving back but I cannot imagine having to do it with a child in tow. Louise is trying to make something of her life after being left with the raw end of a bad relationship and she has finally got her foot out of her parents front door and hopefully on the way to her own space for herself and her beautiful daughter Mia.
Throughout the book I felt for Louise as she had to deal with the countless advances from her disgustingly lecherous boss but towards the end you may find yourself like me howling with laughter as she gives him a horrid taste of his own medicine.
Christmas is a time of year for loved ones to share, children to enjoy and adults to clearly make slight fools of themselves at the work’s christmas do. Well this year Carole Matthews made no exception. From mansion fires to slashed tyres this office christmas party is one that will be remembered by all for years to come.
Carole Matthews most definitely does not scrimp on the romance side of things for the girly swoon factor as there are parts that will truly melt the frostiest of hearts. When Louise finally gets her chance at falling in love it is the point where you may not want to put the book down.
Full of girly fun, christmas frolics and cheer this book is definitely one that you will enjoy snuggled up with a cuppa of a chilly day.