I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday By Milly Johnson

I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday By Milly Johnson



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. 

My Thoughts:

Being a big fan of Milly’s books I could not wait to get straight into this book. I have never met a Milly Johnson book that I didn’t like. This is the perfect festive read to snuggle up with on a cold and frosty morning. I found the story warm and comforting and felt as though I was there sharing the festivities with a bunch of such lovely people. I love how each character has their own story to tell as they are all taking refuge from a big snow storm that has ruined their plans for Christmas. A magical story that you wouldn’t want to put down. You may have a tear or two in your eyes at the end too.

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