The Other Side of Christmas

Home For Christmas Series

Nothing says Christmas like home, and where else would you want to be on such a special day? These stories capture that feeling perfectly. Home can be a place or a person, but sometimes, it’s difficult to find either.

For Ellie, Katy, and Molly, Christmas isn’t going to be much fun this year, and they’re dreading the festive season, while all around them everyone else seems to be celebrating. But maybe they’ll make their way home at last, with a little help from some Christmas magic.

Enjoy these books of love, hope, and finding home at any time of year. Happy reading!


The Other Side of Christmas

A festive feel-good novella.

Katy’s driving home for Christmas – except an empty, cold caravan hardly seems like home, and it’s not feeling much like Christmas.

It wasn’t supposed to be like this: a few months ago she had her dream cottage, a loving fiance, and big plans for a perfect wedding. Now she’s in her car, travelling through the snow along dark, country lanes, heading towards a Christmas spent by herself, with nothing more to look forward to than a frozen turkey dinner and a box of Quality Street.

With her friends busy with their guests, her parents on a cruise, and her ex-fiance miles away, the only person Katy is expecting to see at all is Luke, the builder who has been working hard to transform Katy’s cottage before it goes up for sale on the other side of Christmas.

Arriving at last in the Holderness village of Weltringham, she’s disappointed to find both the cottage and the caravan in darkness, and Luke nowhere to be seen. It seems everyone in the world has abandoned her to her gloomy fate.

Is she doomed to have the worst festive season ever, or is someone about to save Katy’s Christmas?

After all, it is the time of miracles …

Take a break from those Christmas preparations and curl up by the fire for a couple of hours with this seasonal cosy read.


What readers are saying about The Other Side of Christmas

“A thoroughly perfect Christmas read.”

 “Heart-warming tale of betrayal and unrecognised devotion.”