"I’ve read a few books by Rosa Temple now and love her wonderful wit and charm and am left surprised that her books are not more widely known. Please do check out this author Rosa Temple! Her writing style reminds me a little of Lindsey Kelk, Melissa Hill and Jane Green."
Adele at Kraftireader
"It was easy just to say “one more chapter” then find yourself still reading five chapters later, and I love those kind of books. The story had plenty of humour and was, at times, laugh-out-loud funny."
Sophie Top 100 Reviewer
"Single by Christmas is the first novel I've read by Rosa Temple and I thoroughly enjoyed it, staying up until the early hours so I could finish it! Her pacey, bubbly style of writing put me in mind of Sophie Kinsella and Lindsey Kelk. From the opening paragraph the story is engaging and the story is liberally peppered with laugh-out-loud moments."
Eliza Scott, Author
"This is such a feel good and fun Christmas romance with some amazing characters and laugh out loud humor. I adored this book to pieces!!!! Seriously, you have to read it for the Holiday season. You will not regret it, I promise!"
Lindsie at My Pretty Little Book Reviews
"Single by Christmas is not embellished with the Christmassy settings or descriptions, yet a thought-provoking and extremely good story to read in this festive season. You will also like it, if you enjoyed We Were on A Break by Lindsey Kelk. Recommended!"
Ria at Lilac Diaries
"Rosa Temple writes wonderful, natural, and believable romance novels, with characters you know you will get involved with and can’t help rooting for, even if they are a disaster waiting to happen."
Stacey at Whispering Stories Book Blog
You’ve heard the saying, ‘opposites attract’ haven’t you? Well meet 27 year old Alex Marshall, a party girl with a penchant for free flowing Prosecco, and her devilishly handsome scientist boyfriend, Charlie, who loves jazz and dinner for two.
Alex and Charlie are together for 11 blissful months until Alex goes out of town and does something she will later regret. Was she drunk? You bet. Does she want Charlie to know? Well what do you think?
With the couple about to spend their first Christmas together will Charlie be the forgiving kind or will Alex be Single by Christmas?
This is a feel good, Christmas novel with very few mince pies, not much snow and absolutely no mistletoe – just a couple of best friends, a sociopathic nemesis and a lot of drinking.