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Santa Maybe by Mary Jayne Baker

Genre: Romance, Fiction
Publisher: Head of Zeus
Rating: 4/5
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About The Book

t’s going to be a holly jolly Christmas…
Toyshop owner Elodie Martin is not one to get into the festive spirit. However, nothing gets her fired up more than the chance to get one over on her nemesis, Callum Ashley – the frosty, infuriatingly handsome owner of the local department store.
Christmas is the only time she can compete thanks to her grandad Jim, everyone’s favourite Santa Claus. But when he has to unexpectedly hang up his red suit, Elodie is at risk of losing the business for good and has no choice but to rely on a last-minute replacement – out-of-work actor Nick Winter.
Can a sprinkling of Christmas magic warm Callum’s heart and help Elodie find her happily-ever-after? Or is it just possible that love is to be found a little bit closer to home?


My Thoughts

We always read about characters that love Christmas, so, what happens if the main character of the story is not a Christmas fan and her world is crumbling around her? Then, some magic is waiting for her ready to help and show her that Christmas is not so bad!
This is a sweet and lovely story; it will make you laugh and believe in love. Because sometimes the love you are waiting for is nearer than you think and that you only have to let that someone enter a little into your life, then love will do the magic. Because, let’s be honest, love is a little bit magic, it happens the moment you least expect it and it transforms your life.
So, when Elodie Martin had to ask for help to Nick Winter, she only expected someone to play Santa Claus, not someone to make her smile and believe in the magic of Christmas again… is she ready to open her heart? You’ll have to read the book to know all the answers! And believe me when I say that this is a book that will make you smile!
Are you ready for the “Santa Maybe”?


About The Author

Mary Jayne Baker is an award-winning author of contemporary romantic comedies from Bingley, West Yorkshire. She likes to write flirty, funny stories about women with flaws and the men who love them. Mary Jayne is published by Aria Fiction and represented by Hannah Todd at Madeleine Milburn Agency. She was the recipient of the Romantic Novelists’ Association’s Romantic Comedy of the Year Award 2020 for A Question of Us.
Mary Jayne also writes funny, heartfelt contemporary women’s fiction as Lisa Swift, uplifting wartime sagas as Betty Firth and Gracie Taylor, and cosy mysteries as Penny Blackwell. Mary Jayne is a member of the Romantic Novelists’ Association, the Crime Writers’ Association and the Historical Writers’ Association.