Coming Home For Christmasby Julia Williams
Warm, humorous and completely irresistible. All you want for Christmas is right here!“Terrifically warm, with lovely, lively characters.” Fiona Walker“This story warms you like a cosy cup of cocoa.” CloserThese three friends are dreading Christmas…Cat needs to get off the ‘has-been’ heap and rescue her flagging TV career, but the demands of her extended family are reaching fever pitch and she barely has time to breathe. Meanwhile, Pippa has got too many balls to juggle as a struggling single mum trying to hang on to her family farm. And Marianne’s marriage is looking distinctly rocky now her beloved husband’s ex is back on the scene.Happy Christmas? Forget it. But Christmas is a time for miracles, and when the villagers learn they must fight for what they love, it becomes clear that there is festive magic in the air.Suddenly for Cat, Pippa and Marianne, it’s looking like it might just be a Christmas to remember…
- HarperCollins UK
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Meet the Author
Julia has always made up stories in her head, and until recently she thought everyone else did too. She grew up in London, one of eight children, including a twin sister. She married Dave, a dentist, in 1989, and they have four daughters. After the birth of the second Julia decided to try her hand at writing. Since then she has written 8 hugely popular novels, selling over a quarter of a million copies in the UK alone, and hitting the Sunday Times bestseller list.
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great continuing story of people we already know and some new ones to keep it interesting!
This is a great story
I thought this book to be confusing and gave up after 67 pages.
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