Make You Mine This Christmas

Lizzie Huxley-Jones

It’s the golden rule of pretending to be someone’s girlfriend: don’t fall for their sister.

After a year from hell, Haf is ready to blow off steam at a Christmas party: a kind stranger, a few too many drinks and suddenly she’s kissing Christopher under the mistletoe – in front of his ex-girlfriend.

The next day the news is out that they’re apparently a couple, madly in love and coming to Oxlea to spend the festive season with Christopher’s family. But Haf doesn’t have better holiday plans and to save her new friend from embarrassment, she agrees to pretend to be Christopher’s girlfriend for Christmas.

It has the makings of a hilarious anecdote they’ll be telling for years. Until Haf meets Christopher’s sister: the mysterious, magnetic and utterly irresistible Kit. Maybe love was waiting for Haf in this quiet little town all along . . .

Perfect for fans of Sarah Morgan, Laura Kay and Carol – this is sheer festive joy as you’ve always wanted to see it.

Media Reviews

Joyous, funny and full of warm, relatable characters, this is the queer Christmas romcom I’ve been waiting for – Laura Kay, author of The Split

A treat of a novel – cosy, Christmassy and wonderfully queer – Kate Davies

‘The perfect cosy Christmas read – sexy, sweet and smart’ – Kiran Millwood Hargrave, author of The Mercies

A thoroughly modern love story filled with joy, inappropriate Christmas jumpers and a daring reindeer rescue. I adored it – Tanya Byrne, author of Afterlove

An adorable Christmas novel filled with terrible schemes, a grand ball and one very horrible goose – Kat Dunn, author of Dangerous Remedy

Easily one of the best rom-coms I’ve ever read. Funny, sweet and emotionally satisfying. Filled with characters you’ll fall in love with and dreamy Christmas moments – it’s a festive delight! – Chloe Timms, author of The Seawomen

Comforting Christmas chaos! – Amber Crewe, author of That Jewish Thing

This is the joyous queer Christmas romcom you’ve been wishing for – Lily Lindon

Sweet, hot, and delightfully festive, Huxley-Jones’s debut romcom will leave you longing to ditch your own family this Christmas, so you can curl up by the fire and devour this gift of a book – Kate Dylan

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