Contemporary Fiction

πŸŽ„ Twelve Days of Christmas πŸŽ„ by Trisha Ashley

The Sunday Times Bestseller

Christmas has always been a sad time for young widow Holly Brown. So when she’s asked to look after a remote house on the Lancashire moors, the opportunity to hide herself away is irresistible – the perfect excuse to forget about the festivities.

The owner of the house, Jude Martland, is also avoiding Christmas since the last one saw his brother run off with his fiancee. But forced to return home unexpectedly, Jude arrives to find that his family are running amok – with Holly seemingly at the centre of it all.

As the blizzards descend, there is no escape. With nowhere to go, Holly and Jude get much more than they bargained for – and a Christmas they will always remember!


Twelve Days of Christmas is a brilliant easy-read Christmas tale which will have you under its spell from the first to last page!

Trisha Ashley brings us a taste of a good old Lancashire Christmas in this warm and welcoming festive read. Yes, its predictable – but all the best Christmas stories are!!

The author writes a very descriptive story with wonderful characters ensuring you are completely engrossed and end the book in the midst of the magic of Christmas.


  • TITLE: Twelve Days of Christmas
  • AUTHOR: Trisha Ashley
  • PUBLICATION DATE: 28 October 2010
  • ISBN13:Β 978-1847561152
  • FORMAT: paperback
  • LENGTH: 419 pages


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Trisha AshleyΒ writes romantic comedies and her latest novel, The House of Hopes and Dreams, which is published by Transworld, is her eleventh consecutive Sunday Times Top Ten bestseller. Her novels have twice been shortlisted for the Melissa Nathan award for Romantic Comedy and Every Woman for Herself was nominated by magazine readers as one of the top three romantic novels of the last fifty years.






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