Miracle on Regent Street
Dreams can come true - it could happen to you… For the past two years, Evie Taylor has lived an invisible existence in London, a city she hoped would bring sparkle to her life. But all that is about to change. For winter has brought a flurry of snow and unexpected possibilities. Hidden away in... show more
Dreams can come true - it could happen to you…
For the past two years, Evie Taylor has lived an invisible existence in London, a city she hoped would bring sparkle to her life. But all that is about to change. For winter has brought a flurry of snow and unexpected possibilities.
Hidden away in the basement of Hardy's - once London's most elegant department store - Evie manages the stockroom of a shop whose glory days have long since passed.
When Evie overhears that Hardy's is at risk of being sold, she secretly hatches a plan. If she can reverse the store's fortunes by December 26th - three weeks away - and transform it into a magical destination once again, she might just be able to save it. But she's going to need every ounce of talent and determination she has. In fact, she's going to need a miracle.
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Publish date: październik 2011 (data przybliżona)
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 496
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
This story is set in a classic British department store, which seems to have lost it sparkle. in it’s heyday it was the top store of it’s kind. Everyone loved Hardy’s. we being on the 1st December and each chapter counts down to Christmas stating how many shopping days are left. I loved this. as ea...
I've given this novel five stars as I absolutely loved the story, it was heart-warming and a perfect Christmas read. However, my copy (which wasn't a proof copy) contained too many errors. There were grammatical errors, words used incorrectly (our instead of are is one example) and details about cha...
Evie really is invisible in the London she inhabits. She’s not called by her correct name at Hardy’s by the staff who visit her in the stockroom to tell her all their problems or by the yummy mummies at the nursery her niece and nephew attend. She also dresses in drab clothing. Evie has cultivated...