Will Trey and Ariel find their happily ever after in this hopelessly romantic Christmas love story?
'A screen-worthy holiday romance.' Joya Goffney, author of Excuse Me While I Ugly Cry
Trey Anderson is popular and handsome, and he works at his family's beloved Black-owned bookshop, Wonderland. Ariel Spencer is quirky, creative, and in need of a holiday temp job to cover her tuition for The Artists' Studio. An opening at Wonderland is the answer . . . and the start of a hate-to-love journey for Trey and Ariel. When Trey and Ariel learn that Wonderland is on the brink of shutting down, can they get over their differences and team up to stop the doors from closing before the Christmas Eve deadline?
PRAISE FOR LOVE IN WINTER WONDERLAND
'A sweetly seasonal YA romance.' Guardian
'Gorgeous writing, witty dialogue, a magical setting and two characters you'll fall head over heels for.' Jennifer Niven, author of All the Bright Places
'A story so charming and fun it will whisk you away. It has TikTok sensation written all over it!' Laura Jane Williams, author of Our Stop
'I devoured this delicious YA rom-com. A treat to read any time of year.' Katherine Webber, author of Twin Crowns
'Charming, heartwarming and perfect cosy reading, complete with the perfect holiday soundtrack!' Ciara Smyth, author of Not My Problem
'Full of warmth, humour and joy. A delightful read!' Michelle Quach, author of Not Here to be Liked
'A dazzling love letter to bookshops, and the power of community.' Adiba Jaigirdar, author of Hani and Ishu's Guide to Fake Dating
'A wonderfully warm love story.' Candice Brathwaite, author of Cuts Both Ways
'A warm and cosy read that pulls you into the perfect winter romance. Abiola has given us all a gift to swoon over.' Benjamin Dean, author of The King is Dead
'A gorgeous love story, full of joy, humour and heart. Abiola Bello has given us something truly special!' Danielle Jawando, author of And the Stars Were Burning Brightly
'The most joyful, cosy and swoon-worthy love story.' Kate Weston, author of Diary of a Confused Feminist
'Fans of Mean Girls will love this delightful and riveting read.' Clara Loveman, author of Crown of Crowns