Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Twelve Days of Christmas by Trisha Ashley

After tragic family circumstances happened in her past at Christmas, Holly Brown is now more than happy to spend Christmas alone, and working for a company called Homebodies, a company that provides a house sitting service for people, gives Holly the perfect opportunity to do just this, when a job comes in to house sit a house in a remote location, where nobody knows her, over Christmas this is perfect for Holly and she takes it, thinking she will be isolated and alone and that she can just forget all about Christmas happening. She intends to spend the time reading through some of her Gran’s old journals.

However things do not go quite to Holly’s plans when she is invaded by various family members and animals of the owner of the house she is taking care of, a lively bunch that are all out to celebrate Christmas.

How will Holly avoid it all now?

And is it a coincidence or a connection she will find to the family through her Gran’s journals that could change Holly’s life forever?

A story that is set in the run up to Christmas, this is a story perfect for this time of year. With lots of interesting, lively and fasinating characters, which make this a nice warm hearted read, which even though tragedy had happened in the story, the book is written in a  warm and bubbly way, with a touch of suspense and mystery and a touch of romance that add to the brilliantly thought out storyline. This is a story of moving forward and leaving the past behind. Twelve Days of Christmas is a book well worth adding to your Christmas reads.

Trisha Ashley was born in St Helens, Lancashire, and gave up her fasinating but time-consuming hobbies of house-moving and divorce a few years ago in order to settle in North Wales.

To buy this book from Amazon UK, click here: http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1847561152

To buy this book from Amazon US, click here: http://amzn.com/B0048EJTQA

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