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Midnight in Everwood, Hardback Book

Midnight in Everwood Hardback

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In the darkness of night, magic awaits... Nottingham, 1906 Marietta Stelle longs to be a ballerina but, as Christmas draws nearer, her dancing days are numbered - she must marry and take up her place in society in the New Year.

But, when a mysterious toymaker, Dr Drosselmeier, purchases a neighbouring townhouse, it heralds the arrival of magic and wonder in Marietta's life. After Drosselmeier constructs an elaborate theatrical set for her final ballet performance on Christmas Eve, Marietta discovers it carries a magic all of its own - a magic darker than anyone could imagine.

As the clock chimes midnight, Marietta finds herself transported from her family's ballroom to a frozen sugar palace, silent with secrets, in a forest of snow-topped fir trees.

She must find a way to return home before she's trapped in Everwood's enchanting grip forever. In the darkness of night, magic awaits and you will never forget what you find here... Your favourite authors have fallen under the magical spell of Midnight in Everwood: 'The perfect winter fairy tale' Sarah Morgan, The Christmas Escape 'Bewitching storytelling' Stephanie Garber, Once Upon A Broken Heart 'A deliciously dark retelling of The Nutcracker' Jennifer Saint, Ariadne 'Sumptuous and spellbinding' Heidi Swain, Underneath the Christmas Tree 'Beautifully spun and wildly imagined' Cari Thomas, Threadneedle 'Enchanting!

The perfect Christmas treat' Veronica Henry, Christmas at the Beach Hut

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