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Humbugs and Heartstrings

by Catherine Ferguson

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Two ex-friends. One Christmas to remember. Bobbie's boss Carol is a real misery-guts, dedicated to making the lives of everyone around her unhappy in pursuit of every last penny. What makes it worse is that the two women have history: they were once best friends. When handsome hotelier Charlie steps into the frame the two women go to battle as one sees a romantic future and the other a possible lifeboat for her business. With wonderful warmth and humour - and the odd mince pie fight - the women are forced to confront their shared past, the turbulent present and, most importantly, the potential of the future. Curl up this Christmas with this heartwarming and funny read. You?ll never look at a mince pie in the same way again?… (more)

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