*** THE NEW FESTIVE TREAT FROM THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER ***
'An absolute joy. Like all of Milly's books it's packed with heart and humour and characters you fall in love with. I didn't want it to end' Jane Fallon, bestselling author of Queen Bee
It’s nearly Christmas and it’s snowing, hard. Deep in the Yorkshire Moors nestles a tiny hamlet, with a pub at its heart. As the snow falls, the inn will become an unexpected haven for six people forced to seek shelter there…
Mary has been trying to get her boss Jack to notice her for four years, but he can only see the efficient PA she is at work. Will being holed up with him finally give her the chance she has been waiting for?
Bridge and Luke were meeting for five minutes to set their divorce in motion. But will getting trapped with each other reignite too many fond memories – and love?
Charlie and Robin were on their way to a luxury hotel in Scotland for a very special Christmas. But will the inn give them everything they were hoping to find – and much more besides?
A story of knowing when to hold on and when to let go, of pushing limits and acceptance, of friendship, love, laughter, mince pies and the magic of Christmas.
Gorgeous, warm and full of heartfelt emotion, I Wish it Could be Christmas Every Day is the perfect read this winter!
Praise for I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day:
'Packed with her trademark warmth and wit, it’s the perfect holiday read’ heat
'Pure escapism' Woman & Home
'The perfect Christmas read!' My Weekly
‘Perfect escapism, love, laughter, snow, oodles of festive fun' Debbie Johnson, author of Maybe One Day
‘A new Milly Johnson novel – a festive one at that – is always welcome’ Woman
‘Guaranteed to put you in the Christmas mood’ Woman & Home, Christmas Gift Guide
‘For anyone in need of a lift, Milly Johnson’s feel-good read could be just the tonic’ Yours Fiction Monthly
'The feel good treat of the year' UnderTheChristmasTree, Best Christmas Books
Yet another fabulous read, I couldn't put it down. Great characters too especially Charlie. I also loved the twist that the Inn and the surroundings were actually derelict. Huge praise for Milly Johnson.