First Christmas (Hiding Behind The Couch Short Story)

Rated 4.00/5 based on 1 reviews
Josh and George spent half a lifetime apart, so it matters not that they're all grown up now. For this is their first Christmas together, in their new home. They finally have all that they wished for...But perhaps Santa still has a few surprises in store. A Christmas story full of festive magic and romance. More

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Words: 21,400
Language: English
ISBN: 9781909192546
About Debbie McGowan

Debbie McGowan is an author and publisher based in a semi-rural corner of Lancashire, England. She writes character-driven fiction, covering life, love, relationships - the whole shazam. A working class girl, she ‘ran away’ to London at 17, was homeless, unemployed and then homeless again, interspersed with animal rights activism (all legal, honest ;)) and volunteer work as a mental health advocate. At 25, she went back to college to study social science - tough with two toddlers, but they had a ‘stay at home’ dad, so it worked itself out. These days, the toddlers are young women (much to their chagrin), and Debbie teaches undergraduate students, writes novels and runs an independent publishing company, occasionally grabbing an hour of sleep where she can!

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Review by: Lisa Hall on Sep. 24, 2014 :
4 out of 5

First Christmas (from the Hiding Behind The Couch series), is the second book I've read by Debbie McGowan and once again I found myself absolutely blown away by the simplistic charm of the whole tale.

The two main characters are as cute as can be, yet with very real characteristics and very real flaws and emotional defects. Debbie McGowan seems to have a real knack of weaving a sweet tale and then peppering it with hardcore facts and events before popping a ribbon on the top to soften the blow.

Tiny point, much like with Beginnings, I do have to confess that I feel the cover could be improved!
(reviewed long after purchase)

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