Thursday, October 11, 2012

The Twelve Days to Christmas by Michele Gorman

"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.

Since overcoming a rather rocky patch in their relationship (which was totally his fault), he really is a new man, and they’re completely in love. 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.

  Tifferz Take~

This is the third book in The Single in the City series. I have not read the first two books and felt like it stood alone nicely. This is also my first read by Michele Gorman. I do want to read the first two books as they are all connected. Hannah she is great and cracks me up. I like that she is excited yet a bit jittery about a possible proposal from Sam her boyfriend. I found her self evaluation funny and real. I felt that she worked things through and grew in the process. Her friends are amazing and help Hannah figure things out. A story of love, lies and will things work out? My favorite parts are the jellyfish scene and the epilogue. The Twelve Days to Christmas is a wonderful read that I will be reading again! I am hooked on Michele Gorman and I love to find new authors and she is on my must read list.  

Just FYI~ This does contain one swear word and talk of sex toys but no sex.

  source~ author for review

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you can pick up the kindle edition here   

I wanted to  let you know that if your thinking about stocking stuffers, Michele would love to sign the books for you (eBooks can be given as gifts through Amazon and Barnes and Noble). You can make a request for a personalized eBook inscription through (adding your friend’s email address and a note so that Michele will know who it’s from/for and the occasion). For paperbacks they can request through her website ( and she will send a bookplate to paste inside the front cover.


  1. Thanks so much, I'm glad you enjoyed it, and Merry Christmas (early) everybody!

  2. Thanks for stopping by! A Merry early Christmas to you as well!