Christmas is the time of year to curl up with a romantic read, and this love story ticks all the boxes.
Laurie is sure love at first sight doesn't exist. But then, through a bus window one snowy December day, she sees a man she knows instantly is the one. Their eyes meet and there's a moment ...and then her bus drives away.
For a year she looks for the young man she saw through a window everywhere she goes. Then at their Christmas party a year later, her best friend Sarah introduces her to the new love of her life, the young man Laurie saw for the first time a year ago standing in the bus stop. Does he recognise her?
Despite Laurie's feelings she is determined to forget and get on with her life. But can she?
A heart-warming read, and good companion for the Christmas break.
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