We’ve made it to the final month of my reading challenge! I’m honestly surprised I managed to keep this up all year but also very pleased.
I will do a little round up in Jan of everything that I have read this year and perhaps introduce a new challenge for 2020.
Firstly, I will share with you what I read in November…
- A Christmas gift by Sue Moorcroft
- T’was the Nightshift before Christmas by Adam Kay
- A wedding in December by Sarah Morgan
I thoroughly enjoyed all of these books and they have definitely got me into the festive spirit
So, without further ado, for the last time in 2019, here are my reading picks for this month…
The Christmas Wishlist by Heidi Swain
After being let go from her job in a swanky hotel just weeks before Christmas, Hattie is feeling lost. Even more so when her high-flying boyfriend announces he’s landed his dream job in Abu Dhabi and asks her to move with him. Luckily, Hattie’s long-time friend Dolly is on hand to help and invites Hattie to spend one last holiday in the small, festive town of Wynbridge, determined to give her a Christmas to remember . . .
Upon Hattie’s arrival, holiday preparations are in full swing. But for Hattie, whose Christmas cheer has long since run out, it’ll take more than mince pies and mistletoe to open her heart to the season once more. Relishing the task of reigniting Hattie’s Christmas spirit, Dolly suggests they create a wish list of all the things the season can offer, and with the helpful hands of Wynbridge’s resident handyman, Beamish, Hattie finds her frosty exterior is starting to thaw.
As Wynbridge prepares for its most spectacular Christmas yet, will Hattie leave snowy England behind for life in a sunnier clime, or will she in fact realise that her heart’s desire lies much closer to home?
The Christmas Stocking and Other Stories by Katie Fforde
THE CHRISTMAS STOCKING: Romy is all set to join her boyfriend and his family in France for Christmas, though truth be told she isn’t looking forward to it very much. And then she meets Felix – and her plans for the big day suddenly become a lot more interesting.
CANDLELIGHT AT CHRISTMAS: It was meant to be the perfect Christmas – surrounded by friends and family in their beautiful home in the country. But then the lights go out, and Fenella knows she will have to work very hard to keep everyone happy …
THE CHRISTMAS FAIRY: It’s Christmas Eve in Crinan, and a young man is on his own with only his nephew and niece for company. Then Ella arrives. Dressed as a fairy, she is determined to wave her wand and give them all the best Christmas ever.
And many more!
23 DAYS UNTIL CHRISTMAS 🎄
See you tomorrow for Blogmas Day 3!
Ho Ho Ho