Scarlett's dream Christmas Eve!

When Scarlett's best friend moved half way across the world, when they were just sixteen years old, she gave up everything that reminded her of him. For ten years she has been hiding all the things that make her her. But with Devon back in Springhollow for the first time in ten years (or is it?) is a dream Christmas Eve with her best friend on the cards? 

For the final instalment of my 'One Snowy Week' blog posts, I thought I would share with you Scarlett's dream Christmas Eve. Be sure to read 'One Snowy Week in Springhollow' to see if her dream comes true. 

If she could put the past ten years of missing Devon behind her and focus on the fact that for one Christmas she has him back by her side, the Robin to her Batman, Scarlett's perfect Christmas Eve would look a little something like this:

Enjoy a little lie in before throwing on some comfy trousers and a festive jumper and heading into the Village square.

Have a leisurely walk around Springhollow. Pause at the Gazebo to look at the Christmas tree and decor and then pop into Rolph's Bakery to pick up a Peppermint Latte and Cinnamon Twists. 

Call by Hope and Jess' and Mum and Dad's to say hello and talk about Christmas, then head back home to warm up.

Back at home, it will be straight into cosy Christmas Pyjamas, preferably Superhero themed, but as long as they are festive that will do. 

Bring fleece and fluffy duvets, Christmas print a must, downstairs to make a fort. Must be able to see TV from/in fort. 

Select a handful of snacks and provisions from the kitchen to nibble on in fort. Mince pies and mulled wine are a good idea. 

Curl up and play back to back Superhero movies, with Devon, until all caught up. 

Maybe stop to make lunch, though it's Christmas Eve so mince pies seem sufficient. 

As the night draws in a late night skate in the skate park would finish off the perfect Christmas Eve rather nicely. Maybe a race around the bowl with Devon or this time I could try and get Devon to attempt a crazy stunt. 

What would your dream Christmas Eve look like?

Be sure to stop by Twitter this week and Instagram to keep up with the 'One Snowy Week in Springhollow' blog tour. 

Here are some highlights so far:

Breakfast at Shelbys. - I cried reading this review. AMAZING!!

Jane Hunt Writer - This is a lovely review from Jane and there's also an article I wrote on the inspiration for 'One Snowy Week' that talks about my growing up, bullying and feeling like the odd one out. 

Krafti Reader. - Kay shared her beautiful review that made me smile. 

Book Mad Jo - Another wonderful review from the lovely Jo that warmed my heart. 

Coffee and Kindle Book Reviews. - This review made me so incredibly giddy! 

I'm so grateful to all the amazing book bloggers who have taken the time to read my book and write up reviews. These reviews have been filling my heart with so much happiness and for that I am forever thankful.

I haven't linked everyone, so do be sure to head over to Instagram and Twitter to check out the reviews for the rest of the week. 

All my love

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