Snowed in for Christmas

3.86 based on 63 ratings & 9 reviews on Goodreads.com

Everybody wants it to snow at Christmas . . . Don't they?


Asta's plane touches down in Ireland as the first flakes of snow begin to settle. As the weather worsens, it turns what should be a flying visit into a snowed-in Yuletide with her chaotic family.

Asta fled her childhood village years ago, with a secret hidden deep within her. That secret is now a feisty sixteen-year-old - Kitty - who's keen to meet her long-lost relatives. It seems there are many family mysteries waiting to be unwrapped, along with the presents under the tree...

Missing the man she left behind in London, yet drawn to a man she meets in Ireland, Asta is caught in an emotional snowstorm.

Maybe this Christmas Asta will find a cure for her long-broken heart?

A feel good, festive story
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About Claire Sandy

Claire Sandy lives in Surrey with her husband and daughter and enjoys baking, reading, writing, eating, dressing up her dog and inventing new things to do with gin. She is the author of several laugh-out-loud novels, including What Would Mary Berry Do?, A Very Big House in the Country and Snowed in for Christmas.

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