The Post Box At The North Pole by Jaimie Admans

 



Synopsis:

Sasha Hansley hates Christmas. As a child, it was her favourite time of year, but ever since the tragic death of her mother, it has completely lost its magic.

But when she gets an unexpected phone call from her eccentric estranged father, she’s forced to dust off her snow boots.

He has been running a Lapland style Christmas village in Norway and after suffering a heart attack, he is on strict doctor’s orders to slow down. Eager to reconnect with her dad, Sasha books the next flight out there. Only she has never actually been on a plane before, let alone to the Arctic Circle.

Met at the runway by drop-dead-gorgeous Taavi Salvesen, they sleigh ride through the snow with the Northern Lights guiding their way.

When Sasha uncovers sacks of unopened Santa mail – letters that children and adults from all over the world write to Santa every year – she realises that she can send a little bit of magic out into the world by replying to some of them.

With Taavi on hand to help, will Sasha rediscover her own excitement for Christmas and find love among the letters?


Review:



The Post box At The North Pole brings you back to a time where you still believed in magic.

Jaimie Admans sprinkled her story with the holiday spirit, her writing was enticing and her depictions so real it feels like you are under the enchanting spectacle of the northern lights, but without the cold.

Sasha has just lost her latest dead end job when her father calls her from Norway asking her to join him at the North Pole Forest. When she arrives she only wants to shut down the Christmas village and take her faher back to Britain, but fate has other plans for her. Sasha meets Tav, the handyman and the reindeer saviour, who will help her to find again the Christmas magic.

Sasha and Tav are strangely drawn to each other, even if the first is disillusioned and the latter maybe believes in magic too much. They are lovely and it was a pleasure to see them grow and change little by little at every turn of page. Their relationship is heartwarming and it was a pleasure to follow them in their journey.

If you want to read just one Christmas book this year choose this one, you won't regret it.




Release Date: 10.18.2021


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