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Meg is definitely not in the Christmas mood. She's never gone in for tinsel, baubles and mistletoe, and right now she's still getting over an illness. Yet when she's invited to spend the run-up to Christmas in the snowy countryside, rather than dreary London, she can't refuse.
Arriving at a warm and cosy family home in a small hilltop village, Meg soon begins to wonder what a proper Christmas might be like. But just as she's beginning to settle in, she spots a familiar face. Lex.
Despite the festive cheer, Meg suddenly wants nothing more than to get as far away from him, and their past secrets, as she can. But if she stays, could this be the year she finally discovers the magic of Christmas...?
Fabulously funny, intelligent and heart-warming, Trisha Ashley's brand-new novel is the feel-good Christmas book of the year. It even contains recipes!
'A joyous Christmas package of reading delights.' - Lancashire Post
'Fabulously funny, intelligent and heart-warming Christmas read' - Northern Life
'A heart-warming, feel-good read.' - Choice
'Romance, friendship, love, humour and a generous dose of Christmas spirit - this book has it all' - Woman's Weekly
'A witty, original read' - Daily Express
'This cosy heart-warming Christmas read will get you in the festive spirit' - Woman
Publication date: 12/11/2020
Publisher: Black Swan an imprint of Transworld Publishers Ltd
|Publication date:||12th November 2020|
|Publisher:||Black Swan an imprint of Transworld Publishers Ltd|
|Categories:||Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Romance,|
Trisha Ashley gave up her fascinating but time-consuming hobbies of house-moving and divorce a few years ago in order to settle in North Wales, though her only claim to the area is a Welsh grandmother. After many years puzzling over which quarter of her is Welsh, she's decided it's probably her writing arm. She has had many part-time jobs over the years, but her current one as a seasonal worker for the National Trust neatly combines three of her greatest interests: historic houses, gardens and meeting people. Author photo © Jeff CottendenMore About Trisha Ashley