Billie is looking forward to a quiet, man-free Christmas. It’s just a shame her family doesn’t feel the same way…
With a house full of unexpected (and unwanted) guests, Billie needs to find the perfect escape to get away from the chaos.
So when her dating app recommends a week of singles nights in her area, Billie decides that braving these events has to be better than making conversation with her dad’s new wife, dealing with her mum’s mid-life crisis or witnessing her sister flirting with her insufferably arrogant next-door neighbour.
While this is definitely not the festive season she had planned, between disco bowling and boozy bingo, little does Billie know that she may find love this year after all – she’ll just have to date and see…
Having had a year where her boyfriend left her and having to face renovating her house, Billie just wants a quiet Christmas.
However, it’s not long before her family descend on her along with some not so welcome houseguests.
In an attempt to escape the chaos, Billie signs up to some singles nights but will these just cause more trouble?
I have become such a big fan of Portia MacIntosh and so was looking forward to reading Just Date and See, especially when I found out it was set over Christmas.
Billie is a wonderful character. She seems comfortable enough in her own skin but seems real at the same time. I want to be her friend.
Rocco is the best kind of male lead. He’s a gentleman. I loved him.
Kate and Jess are brilliant too and bring much humour to the story.by
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