Twelve Days of Christmas (Paperback)Trisha Ashley (author)
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Christmas has always been a sad time for young widow Holly Brown, so when she's asked to look after a remote house on the Lancashire moors, the opportunity to hide herself away is irresistible - the perfect excuse to forget about the festivities.
Sculptor Jude Martland is determined that this year there will be no Christmas after his brother ran off with his fiancee. He's keen to avoid the family home. However, he will have to return by the twelfth night of the festivities, when the hamlet of Little Mumming hold their historic festivities and all of his family are required to attend.
Meanwhile, Holly is finding that if she wants to avoid Christmas, she has come to the wrong place. When Jude unexpectedly returns on Christmas Eve he is far from delighted to discover that Holly seems to be holding the very family party he had hoped to avoid.
Suddenly, the blizzards come out of nowhere and the whole village is snowed in. With no escape, Holly and Jude get much more than they bargained for - it looks like the twelve days of Christmas are going to be very interesting indeed!
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Number of pages: 416
Dimensions: 178 x 111 x 15 mm
`This is the perfect novel to snuggle up with on a cold winter's night.' Closer
`A lovely, cosy read.' My Weekly
`As warm as a glass of mulled wine on a cold winter's night.' Lancashire Evening News
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