Christmas Under the Stars

Karen Swan

03 November 2016
512 pages


A gripping, festive novel, Christmas Under the Stars by Karen Swan reveals the devastating power of secrets.

'Tuck yourself in under a blanket and get lost in the adventure' – Heat

Worlds apart. A love without limit.

In the snow-topped mountains of the Canadian Rockies, Meg and Mitch are living their dream. Just weeks away from their wedding, they work and play with Tuck and Lucy, their closest and oldest friends.

But when a polar storm hits, tragedy strikes. Alone in the tiny mountain log cabin, Meg desperately tries to radio for help – and it comes from the most unexpected quarter, a lone voice across the airwaves that sees what she cannot.

As the snow melts and they try to live with their loss, the friendship Meg thought was forever is buckled by tensions, rivalries and devastating secrets. Nothing is as she thought and only her radio contact understands what it is to be truly alone. As they share confidences in the dark, Meg feels her future begin to pull away from her past and is forced to consider a strange truth – is it her friends who are the strangers? And a stranger who really knows her best?

Enjoy more of Karen Swan's captivating seasonal novels: Christmas on Primrose Hill and Midnight in the Snow.

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