Have yourself a Merry Little Christmas

Some festive reading from Julia Williams

Last Christmas

Last Christmas saw Catherine Tinsall dreading the holidays season. As an online sensation as the ‘Happy Homemaker’, in reality her marriage is in tatters, her children are running wild and her mother is getting increasingly forgetful. Also husband Noel is hiding the secret that he’s facing the axe at work.

All in all, seasonal cheer is running low.

Then Noel chances upon the village of Hope Christmas, deep in the Shropshire countryside, which could be the second chance he’s searching for. If he can save it from the developers…

Last christmas by Julia Williams
Last christmas by Julia Williams

A Merry Little Christmas

A Merry Little Christmas is the sequel to Last Christmas.

Cat Tinsall has plenty to juggle with four children, a Christmas cookbook to write, and her mum suffering from dementia. Another lady with her hands full is Pippa Holliday. When Dan is involved in a terrible accident, Pippa’s world is suddenly turned upside down.

Meanwhile, things aren’t easy for Marianne North. Balancing her job as a school teacher with twins and her step-son Steven, life is getting even trickier with her husband’s ex causing trouble.

As Cat, Pippa and Marianne help each other through a difficult year, they’re all hoping for a much brighter Christmas.

 

 

A Merry Little Christmas by Julia Williams
A Merry Little Christmas

 

 

Festive songs courtesy of Youtube. Copyright retained by video producers.

 

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