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Publisher Description

A beautiful story about the magic of childhood Christmas memories, the strength of family and falling in love when you least expect it.


Fans of Carole Matthews, Susan Wiggs and Scarlett Bailey – and anyone who loves the sound of Christmas songs and the sparkle of decorations on the tree – will adore this festive holiday treat!


Everyone loves Christmas – don’t they?


Carrie Blake loves her job as a nanny but, while her friends are settling down, all of Carrie’s spare time is spent with other people’s families. Though it breaks her heart, her New Year’s resolution is to embark on a new career and fix her love life.


As Carrie starts her last job, she’s sure she’ll be going out on a high – the house is amazing, the kids are adorable, and she’s in charge of decorating the tree!


The only problem could be her boss… Single dad Adam Fletcher might be both handsome and successful, but he’s always working. Doesn’t he realise he’s missing out on precious moments with his son and daughter?


As Adam’s family arrive for Christmas, including his sensitive sister, Sharon, and his fun-loving, elderly Grandpa, Walter, Carrie realises that she might just have found the perfect allies in her quest to persuade Adam to loosen up. There’s still time for Carrie to make this the best Christmas ever… After all, Christmas is the time for miracles, isn’t it? Let the festivities begin!


Readers are falling in love with Jenny Hale’s novels…


I instantly fell in love with this book and its characters, especially Carrie... I loved the way that she injected fun and Christmas spirit into the children and eventually Adam. This is a book that made me feel warm and cosy inside and I know I will want to read it every Christmas, it has the perfect mix of elements for a Christmas… So get on your big Christmas jumper, make yourself some hot cocoa, curl up by the fire and read it too! 5/5 That Thing She Reads


‘Jenny's character development was perfect, and I grew to know and love Carrie, the children, Adam, and his entire family more as I turned the pages… I cannot recommend this absolutely beautiful story enough. It is perfect for everyone, and I beg you to read it before Christmas rolls around. I feel like it's reinforced my Christmas beliefs once more. That the presents beneath the tree and the food on the table is definitely an advantage, but as long as you have your family around you, I really don't think that you need much more than that.’ Becca’s Books


‘A Christmas to Remember is a wonderful holiday story about love, life and learning to say yes to the things that matter most in your life. I absolutely adored this novel, it’s the perfect holiday romance!’ Life with Joy


‘Jenny Hale is such a fabulous writer with such an eye for characters you’ll fall in love with… I can’t wait for Jenny’s second book, this was just super amazing and it kept me reading all day with barely a pause.’ ChickLitReviewsandNews.com


‘I’ve read so many books yet I can’t actually recall reading a book with so many loveable characters… I’m usually pleased when I get to connect with one or two of them, but Jenny Hale did it! She made me care for all of her characters who were brilliantly portrayed.’ This Chick Reads

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2014
October 10
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
318
Pages
PUBLISHER
Bookouture
SIZE
2.9
MB

Customer Reviews

The Book Geek wears Jarmers ,

Hot chocolate and blanket worthy! Magical.

When you read a Christmas book it needs to do two things, one, fill you up with a warmth that you can only get from a deep family love, or a fantasy romance, and two, be so magical that no matter what time of the year you read it, you are submerged in snow and Christmas joy. I can guarantee that you will definitely have all of this and more when you read Jenny Hale's A Christmas to Remember. It is warm, loving and has you constantly smiling. You completely fall in love with the Fletcher family which makes the read that little bit more special, and you really do get Christmas vibes and joy throughout.

I did have a few issues with the book though, which was such a shame. I didn't connect with Heroine Carrie enough at the start to allow me to fully delve into the feelings that I needed to have. She is extremely insecure, and I didn't like how negative she made things. I'm glad I stuck with her though as I managed to end up liking her in the end. I also felt the time frame of the book could have been a little bit longer. Especially at the beginning. The last thing was the self-help quotes at the beginning of every chapter. I found them irrelevant really and pretty annoying. This might just be me being picky though, as I don't like self-help books at all.

I really don't want this review to be negative at all, but I have to be honest. I just hope that them few things won't put you off reading this lovely book because it is lovely. And, like I said at the start it is a pretty perfect Christmas read and one I would recommend to you all.

4/5

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