A Swedish Christmas Fairy Tale | F/F Fiction Festive Style
A Swedish Christmas Fairy Tale
F/F Festive Fun
Amber Tate is about to lose her job at a London publishing house. And it’s nearly Christmas.
Her boss gives her one last chance. Sadly, it’s the impossible task of obtaining the rights to the popular Lund Collection of fairy tales.
The rights to the fairy tales are held by the author’s granddaughter, Emilia Lund, who lives a reclusive life in Sweden and has steadfastly refused to talk to anyone about the rights for the last several years.
However, in order to convince her one and only friend that she can be sociable, Emilia agrees to invite Amber – under strict conditions – to the cosy setting of wintry Sweden.
They both agree to this vital meeting for their own separate reasons. Except… things never pan out quite as planned, do they?
Amber Tate impatiently tapped her foot on the carpeted floor of the elevator car. The numbers seemed to be ascending more slowly than ever. She stole another glance at her Tommy Hilfiger bracelet watch. It told her what she already knew: she was late.
It was only two minutes past nine, which ordinarily wouldn’t be a problem. Except Amber worked for Bronwyn Walker, a certifiable grade-A demon who was looking for any reason to fire her.
When Amber had accepted the job at Walker Clay Publishing three years ago, she had thought she’d stay with the company for a long time to come. She’d always wanted to work in acquisitions, and becoming the acquisitions manager for the children’s department of a top London publisher was a dream come true.
For a while, things were wonderful. She loved her job. She was given autonomy to manage her department and her workload as she saw fit.
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