The Merry Christmas Project: The new feel-good festive read from the Sunday Times bestseller by Cathy Bramley
The perfect cosy Christmas novel to curl up with this winter, from Sunday Times bestseller Cathy Bramley.
'Charming, cosy, candlelit romance all wrapped up in a gorgeous setting' Veronica Henry
'The perfect Christmas treat!' Sarah Morgan
'Stuffed with Cathy's sparkling wit and warmth - I devoured it whole' Milly Johnson
'Treat yourself to this gift of a book - if Merry and Cole's story doesn't get you into the Christmas spirit, nothing will!' Holly Hepburn
'Merry, bright and sparkly - we were enchanted by this feel-good romance' People's Friend
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Christmas has always meant something special to Merry - even without a family of her own. This year, her heart might be broken but her new candle business is booming. The last thing she needs is another project - but when her hometown's annual event needs some fresh festive inspiration, Merry can't resist.
Cole loves a project too - though it's usually of the bricks and mortar variety. As a single dad, his Christmas wish is to see his kids again, so getting the new house finished for when they're all together is the perfect distraction.
But this Christmas, magic is in the air for these two strangers. Will it bring them all the joy they planned for . . . and take their hearts by surprise too?
After all, anything can happen at Christmas. . .
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Praise for Cathy Bramley from some of your other favourite authors:
'The perfect read to escape with over the festive season if you want your heart warmed and a smile on your face.' Veronica Henry
'Filled with warmth and laughter' Carole Matthews
'Delightful!' Katie Fforde
'A page-turner of a story' Milly Johnson
'Delightfully warm with plenty of twists and turns' Trisha Ashley
'A gorgeously romantic comfort read' Rachael Lucas
'Magical, heart-felt and uplifting, this book will bring joy to all who reads it.' Carmel Harrington
'The perfect romantic tale, to warm your heart and make you smile' Ali McNamara
'A wonderful warm hug of a book, brim full of festive comfort and joy!' Alex Brown