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Publisher Description

A wonderful new Christmas story for 2019 from Kirsty Ferry

How far would you go to be with the one you love at Christmas?

The Isle of Skye is a magical place, especially at Christmas, and there’s no place Zac Fallon would rather be. But whilst Zac has everything he needs on Skye, there’s still something missing – and that something is a somebody called Ivy McFarlane.

Ivy used to work with Zac but then spread her wings and moved to Glastonbury. He’s missed her ever since. Now it’s almost Christmas and Zac realises that the Ivy shaped hole in his life is too big to bear. So starts his festive mission to the mainland – but will he be back in time to spend Christmas in Skye? And, more importantly, will Ivy be with him? 

November 12
Choc Lit

Customer Reviews

Recon-ciliation ,

‘Tis the season to be jolly, fa la la la la....the perfect fireside read

The Christmas season is nearly upon us, and this is the perfect book to read beside a roaring fire with warm mulled wine and a blanket. Split between the stunning Isle of Skye and Glastonbury, the pages are filled with love and the magic of Christmas. They say absence makes the heart grow fonder, but, on the other hand, you can’t separate what is meant to be.

Vonny 123 ,

Perfect Christmas read!

I loved this story from the very first chapter. Zac and Ivy are both wonderful characters that you really care about and want to be happy. But can they truly find happiness when Zac won’t leave the Isle of Skye and Ivy is trying to create a new life in Glastonbury? Highly recommend!

Wooleejumpa ,

Ideal for a relaxing read

Zac has desperately missed his friend and colleague Ivy for months since she moved away from the Isle of Skye to follow her dream of working and living in Glastonbury. Now it's almost Christmas and Zac has made up his mind there must be a way to convince Ivy to return to him permanently. He just has to decide how to win Ivy.

A sweet story about a shy, but determined, man's attempt to woo the woman of his dreams.

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