Together by Christmas
Set in snowy Amsterdam, Together by Christmas is a moving read of secrets, romance and heartbreaking dilemmas by Sunday Times bestseller Karen Swan.
When Lee first came to Amsterdam, it was with a newborn baby and a secret. Five years later, her life is approaching normal: her career as a celebrity photographer is flourishing, her son Jasper is growing up, and they are enjoying the run-up to Christmas with their tight circle of close friends.
But all this changes one morning when Lee finds a book in the basket of her bicycle – and scrawled inside it, a desperate message. Who left it for her, and why? Lee feels compelled to help and tracks down the book’s author, Sam. With an instant, undeniable connection it seems they might have a shot at a real future together.
Until her past comes calling. As the snow falls and ice thickens on the city’s canals, the secret Lee has never told resurfaces. Suddenly everything she holds dear hangs in the balance. Christmas is a time for being together – but what if the truth means she ends up alone?
'A real treat to get absolutely lost in. Go on - spoil yourself!' - Veronica Henry, bestselling author on The Christmas Party by Karen Swan
Real readers love Karen Swan:
'Gritty, real and romantic in equal measure'
'Something very special'
'Christmassy, romantic, heartbreaking'
'One of my favourite reads of the year'
'Laughed, cried... couldn't put it down'
An absolute feast of a Christmas read - I devoured it more quickly than a plate of smoked salmon canapés. A wild and windswept location, three feisty sisters and enough family drama to keep you quiet for hours. A real treat to get absolutely lost in. Go on - spoil yourself!
Veronica Henry, bestselling author of Christmas at the Beach Hut, on The Christmas Party
Another epic tale of love, loss, and secrets, this new book from the always-excellent Karen Swan . . . tuck yourself in under a blanket and get lost in the adventure
Heat on The Christmas Secret
The most unlikely of romances is only part of a moving story of loss and the promise of second chances
Sunday Mirror on The Christmas Secret