About The Book
About The Author
Nikki Moore lives in beautiful Dorset and writes short stories and pacy, sexy romantic fiction. She's thrilled to be published by HarperImpulse, the digital first romance imprint of HarperCollins.
Be My Valentine, a collection of poignant short stories by Nikki and other HI authors was published on 13 February 2014 and has attracted 4 and 5* ratings on Amazon.
On 21 February 2014 her short story 'A Night to Remember' was published in digital and print editions of the Mills & Boon / Romantic Novelists Association anthology Truly, Madly, Deeply, edited by Sue Moorcroft. Best-selling authors including Carole Matthews, Katie Fforde and Adele Parks feature. The anthology has attracted 4 and 5* ratings and great reviews and Nikki's story was picked as one reviewer's favourite.
Her debut novel Crazy, Undercover, Love was released as an ebook in April 2014 with the paperback version following in September.
Nikki's been a finalist in several writing competitions since 2010, including Novelicious Undiscovered 2012. A member of the Romantic Novelists' Association, she has contributed to their magazine 'Romance Matters,' has far too much fun attending the annual conferences and has also chaired a panel and taken part in a workshop at the Festival of Romance.
She blogs about three of her favourite things - Writing, Work and Wine - at www.nikkimooreauthor.wordpress.com and believes in supporting other writers as part of a friendly, talented and diverse community.
I am a huge fan of Nikki Moore, I loved Crazy Undercover, Love, you can find my review HERE. So when I came across her new series of short stories I was so excited to get stuck in. So the first short story is Skating At Somerset House. The leading characters Noel, a grumpy but oh so delicious scrooge and Holly the cheerful Christmas loving ex figure skater are both fantastic and have great chemistry even though they are complete opposites they work well together. They meet at the ice rink at Somerset House while Noel is taking his godson out for the day. They are immediately attracted to each other but their views on Christmas confuses things.
The story is super satisfying, sometimes a quick chocolatey read is just what the doctor ordered, it took me no time at all to finish this book and I enjoyed the imagery immensely, full of beautifully crafted descriptions of the settings, of London and of course Somerset House, even Holly's family home was described beautifully, so festive and warm, I loved it, I wanted to buy a ticket to London right away.
The Love London series has started off with a Christmassy bang, the next story comes out on the 22nd of December and it's called New Year At The Ritz, Which I will be definitely buying. The fun flirty series is going to be fabulous, and at such a little price it's well worth the money.
Sexy, fun and everything you need in one neat, gorgeous package. Skating At Somerset House is a winner for me.
Thanks for reading and make sure to check out Nikki Moore & her books today.
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