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Twelve Days to Christmas (Single in the City Series Book 3) (English Edition) di [Gorman, Michele]
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What if his proposal had an expiration date?

Hannah's in a bit of a pickle. In twelve days she flies from Hong Kong to the US with Sam, where he's finally going to meet her parents... and ask to marry her. The problem is, she feels panicky every time she contemplates matrimony. Which is perfectly normal, isn't it? Isn't it?! She has no idea but she's got to find out before he pops the question... because she's not 100% sure she's going to say yes. Which will make for a very uncomfortable family holiday. He's got to ask her before they go. So Operation Proposal begins.

As time ticks down to their flight, Hannah realizes that her own secrets are threatening their future. Before she can be happy with Sam, she's got a lot to learn about herself in the twelve days to Christmas.

This is the third and final book in The Expat Diaries serie and is a novella of 120 pages in paperback.

Praise for Michele Gorman and Twelve Days to Christmas

The Sunday Times and USA Today bestselling author
"Michele's writing is so engaging and witty, yet insightful and empathetic." Sophie Kinsella
"A fun, sassy writer who always makes me smile." Carole Matthews
"Funny, warm and always entertaining, reading a Michele Gorman novel is like spending time with a favourite friend." Chrissie Manby, Sunday Times Best-Selling Author
"An undeniable sense of fun on every page." Nick Spalding, author of Love... From Both Sides
"Gorman's writing is warm, witty, and wonderful." Matt Dunn, author of A Day At The Office
"The Twelve Days of Christmas read just like a Debbie Macomber story. Easy and so entertaining." A Novel Review
"Great read! Light, fast, fun - and I adored the ending. 4.5*" Chick Lit Plus
"This could be the ideal balm for someone recovering from a hard breakup and looking for an easy read to restore their faith in romance." Best Chick Lit


Michele Gorman is the best-selling author of Single in the City and Misfortune Cookie. She also writes commercial fiction (historical, young adult) under the pen name Jamie Scott. Born and raised in the US, Michele has lived in London for 15 years. If you'd like her to inscribe a paperback for yourself or as a gift, just pop a request through her website ( and she'll send a bookplate to you to stick into the front of the book. Michele spends way too much time on twitter and facebook and would be thrilled for readers to join her there. So follow @expatdiaries on twitter, send a friend request on or visit her website at

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  • Formato: Formato Kindle
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  • Lunghezza stampa: 108
  • Editore: Notting Hill Press (1 dicembre 2013)
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B0099KO59E
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4.0 su 5 stelle Third Time's a Charm! 21 settembre 2012
Di njf61 - Pubblicato su
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"The Twelve Days to Christmas" is the third and last book in the "Single in the City" series by Michele Gorman. If you've read the first two books, you won't want to stop now, this book tells us the ending to Hannah and Sam's story and it's just as much fun as the first two! Hannah is a great heroine, she's not one of those impossibly beautiful, perfect, "should have been a model" girls, she's someone most of us can identify with. She's goofy, clumsy, loves fashion, and is a loyal and devoted friend. Hannah also has doubts about herself and her relationship with Sam, which in itself makes her more human. This story is once again set in Hong Kong, which has it's own set of interesting situations. "The Twelve Days to Christmas" made me laugh out loud more than once, but I admit to shedding a few tears. I recommend this book to everyone who started Michele Gorman's series, but also to anyone who has not read the first two books ("Misfortune Cookie" is the second book), you will still enjoy Hannah and her story and it won't be hard to catch up.
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3.0 su 5 stelle Every one have fun tonight with Hannah, Hong Kong, and Wang Chung 14 ottobre 2012
Di Kim Adams - Pubblicato su
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A good conscience is a continual Christmas. - Benjamin Franklin

Hannah suspects her boyfriend, Sam, will ask her to marry her when they both fly from Hong Kong to her parents' home for Christmas. In the days leading up to their departure, Hannah has a battle of conscience - she moved to Hong Kong to be with Sam. But her life in Hong Kong has expanded her horizons and she wonders if Sam will accept the imperfect side of her.

Oh, this may seem to be a heavy story, but it is not. It is a laugh out loud adventure in the "final chapter" of Hannah's story. Readers first met Hannah in Book 1, SINGLE IN THE CITY (full length novel) with Hannah moving to London and falling in love with fellow American Sam. I joined the fun with Book 2, MISFORTUNE COOKIE (full length novel) when Hannah followed Sam to Hong Kong. It was not a "romance story" that I expected but rather Hannah's self discovery - a story that I thoroughly enjoyed.

Book 3 (a novella) continues in Hong Kong with a self assured Hannah. As she considers what may be her reaction to Sam's expected proposal, Hannah comes to realize that her friends accept her, quirks and all. But she has not allowed Sam to see those quirks in fear of his disapproval. Hannah finds herself in conflict. The ending was not what I expected but one that brought the series to a plausible conclusion.

I give it a three star rating because I felt a novella was too short for reintroducing Sam back into Hannah's life to the point of proposing. I thought the pace was too fast as Hannah considered her predicament. Plus Gorman had to use precious space to bring recap Hannah's life for new readers.

That being said, Gorman delivered a fun read with Hannah at her best ... because she accepted herself. My children wondered why I was singing "Wang Chung Tonight":

I'll drive a million miles
To be with you tonight

Ev'rybody have fun tonight
Ev'rybody Wang Chung tonight

Oh, you have to read the novella to understand how Gorman leads into this situation with Chinese cloth manufacturers. And that is where Gorman shined - allowing Hannah have fun in Hong Kong. Fans of the Hannah's two first books will want to read this novella. I recommend readers new to the series consider the first and/or second full length novels before ending the series with this novella.

I received an ecopy from the author for this review.
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4.0 su 5 stelle What a fun ending to a great series 19 settembre 2012
Di Sandi - Pubblicato su
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Just like her previous 2 books, I found Michele Gorman's The Twelve Days to Christmas hard to put down. It is an enjoyable read and kept me turning pages into the night to find out what would happen next. There is angst and deception, but it all ends with true love.
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5.0 su 5 stelle A HUGE Hannah fan!!! 19 aprile 2013
Di Tonya Speelman - Pubblicato su
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Michele Gorman writes like no other! I really really fell in love with Hannah in the first book, and I was sadden each time they ended. So to get my hands on this one, was utterly delightful! Hannah tried to mask who she really was to Sam, even chasing him across the country. Hannah is one of the neatest, most down-to-earth characters I have EVER had the pleasure of knowing. (Can you even say that?? I think most of us true readers can!!) And I gobble up each word, you can't help but laugh with Hannah, and cheer her on.

Each time it seems like she is doing the chasing, but not this time maybe! It seems as if Sam is going to propose to Hannah this Christmas vacation when they fly home to the US. But is Hannah ready to say yes? After they broke up, and Sam went on another date, Han seems to think that maybe she isn't what Sam needs. She has a secret though, her and Brent kissed. Also, she thinks he doesn't know the real Hannah.

So will Sam want to still marry her, even if he finds out the truth? Read this one. Although, I think this is goodbye to this set of characters, I hope Michele leads us to a new cast, SOON!!!
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4.0 su 5 stelle Conclusion for Hannah! 18 aprile 2013
Di pegan - Pubblicato su
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Surprised at the conclusion. Many characters wound tightly together. Following Hannah's growth and maturity was interesting. Well written as usual.
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