Just when she thinks she knows where she's going...Carrie lets her best friend talk her into a scenic European road trip as the perfect getaway from a nasty breakup. Unexpectedly along for the ride is the gorgeous Matt Landor, MD, who sorely tests Carrie's determination to give up men altogether. Read more...
Just when she thinks she knows where she's going...Carrie lets her best friend talk her into a scenic European road trip as the perfect getaway from a nasty breakup. Unexpectedly along for the ride is the gorgeous Matt Landor, MD, who sorely tests Carrie's determination to give up men altogether. Careening through the English countryside, these two mismatched but perfectly attuned lonely hearts find themselves in hot pursuit of adventure and in entirely uncharted territory.
"Wonderfully romantic and funny...fulfills all the best fantasies, including a gorgeous, humanitarian hero and a camper van "--Katie Fforde, UK Best Selling Author of Love Letters
Praise for Dating Mr. December
"Fun contemporary romance crafted with humor, a sexy premise, and the intriguing backdrop of the picturesque Lake District."-- Booklist
"British author Ashley infuses her debut with humor ...Readers will enjoy the breezy style and repartee."-- Publishers Weekly
"Delightfully witty and sensual ...charismatic characters, provocative plot. believable dialogue, deliciously sensual lovemaking scenes, and humor make this a must read."-- Romance Junkies
- ISBN-13: 9781402241451
- ISBN-10: 1402241453
- Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark
- Publish Date: December 2011
- Page Count: 376
- Dimensions: 6.8 x 5 x 1.1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.5 pounds
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2011-10-03
- Reviewer: Staff
Characters try to come to terms with heartache in Ashley’s engaging and very English contemporary romance. Carrie Brownhill is stunned when her fiancé dumps her and marries another woman a few months later. Carrie decides to join a friend on a European road trip, but things don’t go as planned, and she winds up driving a camper van through the English countryside with Dr. Matt Landor, who has his own secrets about an accident he was involved in. Their bickering slowly evolves into a simmering attraction, but Carrie is wary of risking her heart again so soon, especially since Matt is supposed to go overseas. The predictable, well-worn plot dead-ends in a rushed conclusion, but Ashley’s charming prose makes the journey enjoyable. (Dec.)