‘Life-affirming, joyful and tender. Beth Moran has written the perfect Christmas story to brighten up even the darkest Winter’s evening.’ Zoe Folbigg, author of The Note
When Jenny inherits her estranged grandmother’s cottage in Sherwood Forest, she has nothing to lose - no money, no job, no friends, no family to speak of, and zero self-respect. Things can only get better...
Her grumpy, but decidedly handsome new neighbour, Mack, has a habit of bestowing unsolicited good deeds on her. And when Jenny is welcomed into a rather unusual book club, life seems to finally be getting more interesting.
Instead of reading, the members pledge to complete individual challenges before Christmas: from finding new love, learning to bake, to completing a daredevil bucket list. Jenny can’t resist joining in, and soon a year of friendship and laughter, tears and regrets unfolds in the most unexpected ways.
Warm, wise, funny and utterly uplifting, what one thing would you change in your life before Christmas comes around?
Praise for Beth Moran
'Every day is a perfect day to read this heartwarming Christmas gem' Shari Low
'A British author to watch.' Publisher's Weekly
'A wonderfully warm-hearted story full of love and laughter.' Victoria Connelly, bestselling author of the Austen Addicts series
What readers are saying about Christmas Every Day:
' Beth has crafted a compelling story with a wonderful supporting cast and some genuine heartfelt moments.'
'Couldn't put this book down, such an enjoyable read!'
'I LOVED how unique the storyline was, and I adored how every little path came together to create a storyline that was full of multiple, beautiful journeys all incased under one umbrella: hope.'
'Engaging and witty from the very beginning, there was a real freshness to this story which made it stand out.'
'This is a humorous book that has some of the most delightful characters I have ever met. It is warm, inviting and a whole lot of fun from beginning to end.'
'I could have never ever dreamt that something with the sweetest cover would play such a game with me.'
'This beautiful story by author Beth Moran was what I would call a home. It took me into its loving arms and made me feel as if I belonged in its pages.'