The Christmas Wish: the hilarious new festive Christmas romance from the bestselling author

by Lindsey Kelk (Author)

”Ill read anything she writes” EMILY HENRYCan a little Christmas magic mend a broken heart?”Sparkles with wit and warmth . . . Ill read anything Lindsey writes, but this one might just be my new favourite of her novels”—BETH OLEARY, author of The Flatshare“Absolutely screamingly hilarious, full of Christmas-y sparkle and a lovely boy-next-door romance, but with some serious depth to bring you all the feels.”—LIZZY DENT, author of The Summer Job”The Christmas Wish is Lindsey Kelks best yet. I couldnt have loved this romantic, festive, brilliantly funny novel more”—ROSIE WALSH, bestselling author of The Man Who Didnt Call”Reading this book felt like opening a box of Quality Streets, getting out the Christmas edition of the Radio Times, then popping on a Santa Hat”—SOPHIE COUSENS, author of This Time Next YearNewly single lawyer Gwen Baker is hoping that a family Christmas—countryside, a mountain of food and festive films—will salve the sting of her career hanging by a thread and her heart being trampled on. Because everyone else has their life sorted: even Dev, her boy-next-door crush, is now a tall, dark and handsome stranger with a fiancée. She cant help wishing her future was clearer.Then Gwen wakes up to discover its Christmas day all over again. Like Groundhog Day but with eggnog. And family arguments. On repeat.As she figures out how to escape her own particular Christmas hell, Dev is the one bright spot. He might be all grown-up but underneath hes just as kind and funny as she remembers.Maybe, just maybe, her heart can be mended after all.But how do you fall in love with someone who cant remember you from one day to the next?AUTHORS LOVE LINDSEY KELK”The kind of book you cant put down, but also want to last forever”—EMILY HENRY”I fell head over heels in love”—BETH OLEARY”The literary equivalent of opening a glass of wine with your best friend”—MHAIRI MCFARLANE”So uplifting and wildly romantic”—MARIAN KEYES

Pages: 348

Language: English

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