Introducing Belle

Belle’s heart was broken, numbed by all the tears until it had become almost entirely ice, and she knew that she would never be the same again.

Mistletoe and the Mouse.
Image by Pexels from Pixabay

Belle, the heroine of “Mistletoe and the Mouse”, is still grieving after the sudden and unexpected death of her mother. She can’t face the thought of spending her first Christmas without her mum with her boyfriend’s family in their cold, grey Edinburgh home.Belle, the heroine of Mistletoe and the Mouse is still grieving after the sudden and unexpected death of her mother. She can’t face the thought of spending her first Christmas without her mum with her boyfriend’s family in their cold, grey Edinburgh home.

Belle and her mother shared a passion for all things Disney, and by travelling to their “happy place” for Christmas she hopes to feel closer to her mum. So, she spends her rainy day money on a surprise Christmas holiday of a lifetime for herself and boyfriend James, to Disneyland Paris.

She hopes that the warmth and sparkle of a Disney Christmas will thaw her heart and help her to carry on. It’s also make or break for her relationship with James, as she hopes that he will come to understand, if not share her passion for Disneyland.

Image by the author.

Belle’s journey through bereavement takes place with help from some unlikely places and people – including Father Christmas himself!

And, like her fairytale namesake, Belle must discover that the true love of a soulmate may run deeper than mere appearances.

Image by Stefan Keller from Pixabay

Published by Liz Taylorson

Author of romantic novels The Little Church by the Sea and The Manor on the Moors. Currently working on several other novels all at once!

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