The fourth novel in the Mure series, from bestselling author Jenny Colgan.
'Nobody does cosy, get-away-from-it-all romance like Jenny Colgan'
'A cracker. . . The one must-read this festive season'
'A delight from start to finish'
Christmas on the remote Scottish island of Mure is bleak, stark - and incredibly beautiful.
It's a time for hunkering down, getting cosy in front of whisky barrel wood fires, and enjoying a dram with the people you love - unless, of course, you're accidentally pregnant to your ex-boss, and don't know how to tell him. In what should be the season of peace and goodwill on earth, will Joel think Flora is a bearer of glad tidings?
Meanwhile Saif, the doctor and refugee from war-torn Syria is trying to enjoy his first western Christmas with his sons - but without his missing wife. Can the little family possibly find comfort and joy?
Travel to the beautiful northern edge of the world and join the welcoming community of Mure for an unforgettable Christmas.
Praise for Christmas Colgans Past:
'This is the perfect book to curl up with... the mouthwatering descriptions of baked goods will make it hard to stave off the Christmas pounds'
'A naturally funny, warm-hearted writer who creates characters to love and care about long after you've finished reading'
'If you like your Yuletide tales with real characters and plenty of fun, this is the one for you!'
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An. Island Christmas
I enjoyed this book as much as all the others. Can’t wait for the next in the series. I am glad I bought it. Who cares if Mark and Marsha were said to have a daughter in the last book, it was only mentioned about once, so I adjusted to this new scenario as it was fantastic, I could not put it dow.Dorben2
Really disappointed with this book. I’ve really enjoyed Jenny’s Mure series so far and was looking forward to the next instalment. Unfortunately it strikes me as a rush job. It’s not as well written as the previous books, especially Endless Beach. There are a number of glaring typos that should have been picked up by the person proof reading. Most frustrating however is the complete inaccuracies in terms of continuity from the previous books. Eg. The therapist and his wife were parents in the last books, but in this one she makes reference several times to their inability to have a family and then this becomes a fairly significant plot line. Don’t spend your money on this one.