The Christmas Postcards: Cosy Up With This Uplifting, Festive Romance From the Sunday Times Bestseller

The Christmas Postcards: Cosy Up With This Uplifting, Festive Romance From the Sunday Times Bestseller

by Karen Swan
The Christmas Postcards: Cosy Up With This Uplifting, Festive Romance From the Sunday Times Bestseller

The Christmas Postcards: Cosy Up With This Uplifting, Festive Romance From the Sunday Times Bestseller

by Karen Swan

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Overview

'Feel good stories to curl up with over Christmas . . . Escapist romance at its best' – Heat Magazine

Set in a snow-covered Cotswolds village, The Christmas Postcards is a cosy, escapist festive delight about distant connections from Sunday Times bestselling author of The Stolen Hours, Karen Swan.

'A romance you won’t be able to put down' – Metro


The right words can change everything . . .

It had been a make-or-break winter holiday for their marriage, but Natasha and Rob’s rekindled romance is short-lived when their daughter’s beloved soft toy disappears on the journey home. As Natasha comforts her distraught child, she turns to social media for help. Miraculously, the toy is found, but it has become the lucky mascot of a man named Duffy, who is thousands of miles away trekking in Nepal.

When Duffy promises to keep Natasha updated with pictures, a correspondence begins that soon becomes more meaningful. Sometimes, Natasha feels this stranger half way across the world understands her more than the man lying next to her.

But as the weeks pass and Duffy heads deeper into the mountains, Natasha notices a change in him. Then, one day, the messages stop. Too late, Natasha wonders why he had ever needed a lucky mascot at all . . .

'The queen of destination fiction' – Woman&Home

Readers are falling in love with The Christmas Postcards . . .

'I was enthralled from the first pages' – 5* reader review

'Definitely my favourite Karen Swan book so far' – 5* reader review

'The story gripped me right from the start and still hasn't let me go' – 5* reader review

'I read this in two sittings, I literally didn't want to put the book down' – 5* reader review

'Addictive reading' – 5* reader review


Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781529084269
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Publication date: 10/27/2022
Series: Aziza's Secret Fairy Door , #268
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
Pages: 480
Sales rank: 28,689
File size: 2 MB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Karen Swan is the Sunday Times top three bestselling author of twenty-two books and her novels sell all over the world. She writes two books each year – one for the summer period and one for the Christmas season. Summer titles include The Spanish Promise, The Hidden Beach and The Secret Path and, for winter, The Christmas Secret, Together by Christmas and Midnight in the Snow.

Her books are known for their evocative locations and Karen sees travel as vital research for each story. She loves to set deep, complicated love stories within twisting plots.

Her five-book historical series, called ‘The Wild Isles’ and starting with The Last Summer, is based on the dramatic evacuation of Scottish island St Kilda in the summer of 1930.


Karen Swan is the Sunday Times top three bestselling author and her novels sell all over the world. She writes two books each year – one for the summer period and one for the Christmas season. Previous summer titles include The Spanish Promise, The Hidden Beach and The Secret Path and for winter, Christmas at Tiffany’s, The Christmas Secret and Together by Christmas.

Her books are known for their evocative locations and Karen sees travel as vital research for each story. She loves to set deep, complicated love stories within twisting plots.

Her historical series called The Wild Isle, is based upon the dramatic evacuation of the Scottish island St Kilda in the summer of 1930.

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