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The Holiday Honeymoon Switch


A hilarious and heartfelt holiday rom com about doppelganger best friends who trade one’s cabin Christmas vacation for the other’s Hawaiian honeymoon after she’s left at the altar, and both find love they weren’t expecting, perfect for fans of The Holiday Swap and The Unhoneymooners.

Holly Beech and Ivy Cassidy are bury-the-body, bail-you-out-of-jail besties. They’re so in-sync, they even look alike. So when Holly’s fiancé jilts her, leaving her in shock and with a non-refundable, non-transferrable honeymoon, Holly convinces Ivy to switch places. Ivy will go on the Hawaiian honeymoon her best friend can’t bear to take alone or let go to waste, while Holly escapes to Ivy’s rented Hudson Valley cabin to binge-watch holiday movies and heal.

But Holly’s planned wallowing is interrupted when her rugged Airbnb host turns out to be her high school academic rival whose had a major glow up. Meanwhile, Ivy’s (now Hawaiian) annual solo art retreat is upended because Holly’s ex-fiancé checked into the honeymoon suite—with a new woman. Raging and bedless, the last thing Ivy expects is for the hot hotel bartender to come to her rescue. Against all odds, this Christmas might prove the most magical yet.

Reviews

“Not just one, but two gorgeously romantic and heartwarming love stories set in two of the most idyllic locations you could imagine. The perfect book to snuggle up to this winter.”
– Paige Toon, international bestselling author of Only love Can Hurt Like This

“A pure escapist delight that wholly captures the spirit of the season! Whether you’re sipping mai tai’s on the beach, or cozied up under a chunky knit blanket by a crackling fire, this book will make your heart sing with holiday cheer long after the last page.”  
– Amy Lea, international bestselling author of Exes and O’s

“Full of sugar and spice, and comfort and joy, The Holiday Honeymoon Switch is everything I love about holiday movies in book form. Savor this one in front of a cozy fire with a warm drink. Delightful.”
— Laura Taylor Namey, New York Times bestselling author of A Cuban Girl’s Guide to Tea and Tomorrow