What better way to countdown to Christmas than with a fabulous fiction book giveaway to celebrate the 12 Days of Christmas! Enter now and you could win one of these super romantic novels! The 12 winners drawn on December 13 will each receive one of these titles, chosen at random. Good luck everyone!
Moonlight Over Manhattan by Sarah Morgan (HQ PB, £7.99)
This sparkly romance takes us to New York City where professional dog-walker Harriet Knight faces the prospect of another loveless Christmas alone. Then a chance accident throws her into the path of gruff Dr Ethan Black who’s just been saddled with looking after his sister’s dog! Sarah Morgan brings us a wintry New York, with frosty pavements, glittering fairylights and a sprinkling of seasonal magic as Manhattan moonlight shines down on Harriet and Ethan.
Sleigh Rides and Silver Bells at The Christmas Fair by Heidi Swain (Simon & Schuster PB, £7.99)
Anna always finds ways to ensure her job as a “girl Friday” keeps her busy over the festive period. But when she takes a post as companion to the chatelaine of Wynthorpe Hall she finds herself drawn in not only to the festivities but also into the family’s affairs. Will the walls she has built against friendship, family and love come tumbling down? Sometimes, miracles do happen at Christmas …
Christmas with the Bomb Girls by Daisy Styles (Penguin PB, £6.99)
The ideal Christmas read for lovers of wartime sagas, this WWII tale follows the fortunes of three Phoenix Munitions Factory girls and their friends. With carols, music, falling snow and even a war-time plum pudding, it seems they’ll be able to celebrate the traditional Christmas they long for. But soon some shocking revelations threaten to rock Gladys, Kitty and Edna’s world as surely as Hitler’s bombs.
The Evacuee Christmas by Katie King (HQ PB, £7.99)
All Connie wants is to be home for Christmas. But she and twin brother Jessie are evacuees, billeted to a rambling vicarage in the crisp Yorkshire Dales where kindly but chaotic Reverend Braithwaite tries to keep his young charges out of mischief. But he might as well try to keep the snow from falling as Connie and Jessie embark on adventures that will bring friendship, fun – and an unexpected arrival on Christmas day! If you like a wartime saga, then you’ll warm to these wartime poppets!
Christmas at the Cornish Café by Philippa Ashley (Avon PB, £7.99)
In the little Cornish village of Kilhallon, Demi is busy baking festive treats for the newly-opened Demelza’s Café, while enjoying romance with her new-found partner Cal. But will the arrival of charismatic writer Kit cast a chill over Demi and Cal’s relationship? And Cal’s not the only one feeling jealous pangs. Just how is Demi supposed to react to the arrival of his ex-girlfriend Isla? One thing’s for sure – seasonal sparks will fly in this Christmas romance guaranteed to melt the coldest of hearts this festive season.
Snowflakes On Christmas Street by Ivy Pembroke (Sphere PB, £8.99)
Aaw, here’s one for the dog lovers among you! Meet Jack, the Christmas Street dog. Abandoned by his owners, he’s looking for a new family to love. Along the way, can the little dog with the big heart bring festive cheer to single dad Sam and his small son Teddy? And will he be able to help old Bill, who used to know everyone on the street, but is now just a grumpy, lonely old man? A truly heart-warming seasonal tale of a tail!
The Land Girls at Christmas by Jenny Holmes (Corgi PB, £5.99)
When Yorkshire mill girl Una joins the Women’s Land Army she’s quickly befriended by more experienced Land Girls Brenda and Grace. But as Christmas draws near, the girls’ resolve to work together is tested as scandals and secrets are revealed and even patriotic loyalties called into question.
The Christmas Stocking and Other Stories by Katie Fforde (Century HB, £9.99)
This wonderfully festive Christmas collection of six short stories from popular Sunday Times best-seller Katie Fforde takes us from culinary disasters to power cuts to festivities in France, all served up with a sprinkling of Christmas magic. The perfect stocking filler! Includes a sneaky peek at Katie’s new novel!
Christmas at the Little Beach Bakery by Jenny Colgan (Sphere PB, £7.99)
Everyone in the coastal village of Mount Polbearne knows that Christmas is coming. Polly is making her extra-special hot chocolate – but will its warmth be enough to defrost a potentially chilly situation as a friend turns up with a secret that threatens our favourite café owner’s future?
Molly’s Christmas Orphans by Carol Rivers (Simon & Schuster HB, £16.99)
Carol Rivers’ wonderful saga takes us to war-time East-end London where, sheltering from an air raid, Molly Swift meets Andy Miller and his two young children Evie and Mark. Soon their lives are entwined, bringing unexpected joy and heartache for them all.
Christmas at the Cat Café by Melissa Daley (Pan PB, £6.99)
In a Cotswold cat café, resident cat Molly and her kittens live in feline splendour while owner Debbie serves the locals home-made goodies. Then Debbie’s heartbroken sister arrives at the café – bringing with her, her dog Beau. Not only that, there’s a rival cat on the scene! Will there be a feline fall-out – or can a miracle mean a “miaow” Christmas for humans and animals both?
Christmas Angels by Nadine Dorries (Head of Zeus HB, £18.99)
For the poor of 1950s Liverpool, Christmas is less the season of goodwill and more a struggle for survival. And as usual, the nurses of St Angelus hospital in Lovely Lane are run off their feet. How will Dana, Beth, Pammy and Victoria catch enough breath to make this a merry Christmas for their patients, their communities and themselves?
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