Coming Home For Christmas PDF/EPUB ✓ Coming Home

Coming Home For Christmas PDF/EPUB ✓ Coming Home Warm, humorous and completely irresistible All you want for Christmas is right here Terrifically warm, with lovely, lively characters Fiona Walker This story warms you like a cosy cup of cocoa CloserThese three friends are dreading Christmas Cat needs to get off the has been heap and rescue her flagging TV career, but the demands of her extended family are reaching fever pitch and she barely has time to breathe Meanwhile, Pippa has got too many balls to juggle as a struggling single mum trying to hang on to her family farm And Marianne s marriage is looking distinctly rocky now her beloved husband s ex is back on the sceneHappy Christmas Forget it But Christmas is a time for miracles, and when the villagers learn they must fight for what they love, it becomes clear that there is festive magic in the airSuddenly for Cat, Pippa and Marianne, it s looking like it might just be a Christmas to remember

10 thoughts on “Coming Home For Christmas

  1. Christine Christine says:

    This is book 3 in the story of the people of Hope Christmas, a small fictional village in Shropshire, England I read these 3 books consecutively, over 1000 pages all together, and I will miss Cat, Pippa, Marianne, Gabriel, Dan, Noel and all the rest You could almost call the trilogy a saga as the stories span about 7 years The books are a

  2. Ana Ana says:

    Also posted on my link textCopy provided by publisher in exchange for an honest review Before reading Coming Home For Christmas I haven t read anything by Julia Williams When I was asked to review it and be part of her blog tour, I was thrilled and jumped at the chance to check this author, who I heard writes great I didn t know this book is part

  3. Jill Jill says:

    Didn t take long to read, bit of chick lit perfectly fit the bill for something to get me back into wanting to read.

  4. Ana Filipič Ana Filipič says:

    I didn t expect much from this book, so I can t say I m disappointed It s a lovely story, although not as christmassy as you may think It only begins and ends at christmas, that s all While it was nice not to be reading a YA book about 16 year olds, I still feel like I don t enjoy reading about middle aged women and their problems yet Will wait a fewyears for that.

  5. Carys Wiggans Carys Wiggans says:

    So firstly I ll admit that I didn t enjoy this book For these reasons alone I loved the first two of home Christmas, but I just found a repetitive pattern within the books, and felt it was maybe just a bit too predictable There was nothing wrong with it atall, I just felt it was the same story but a slight change of the details.

  6. April Wood April Wood says:

    Full review Pippa didn t want to be the one who threw in the towel She had to save her heritage Whatever it cost Coming Home for Christmas, by Julia Williams, is a story about three women with very real struggles, who could all use a Christmas miracle They live in a picturesque village, called Hope Christmas.To add to their problems, L.K Holdings has plans to come in and build a lux

  7. Sharon Thurnell Sharon Thurnell says:

    This was an okay read It must be part of a serious of other books as it does make many references to previous happenings stories I found the book jumped around quite a bit.

  8. Claire Hill Claire Hill says:

    In this lovely book we have three friend that are dreading Chirstmas for three different ways we meet Cat a mother, wife, Tv cook, caretaker and grandmother her life is busy Her Tv career has taken a step back lately and spendingandtime with Lou Lou her granddaughter who came into this world a two Christmases ago.Cat is best friends with Pippa and Marianne who all live I a lovely village called Hope

  9. Kerry Kerry says:

    2.5 stars My least favorite of the three but still not bad.

  10. Carol W Carol W says:

    I decided to visit an old favourite author, Julia Williams An author I can trust to spin me a tale of village life that will keep me entertained until the last page This is one of those novels I fit into the modern day saga category, the book version of Emmerdale or Corrie or even The Archers, butbelievable The storylines are not far fetched This year the villagers have not only their own complicated family lives to d

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