The Christmas Promise by Sue Moorcroft. Published by HarperCollins UK

Ava Sparks is a milliner and by rights, she should be happy with her own shop during the run up to Christmas. But Ava is struggling financially and personally and those woes seem compounded by the fact that everyone else is so happy about the holidays. Then one night Sam Jermyn enters Ava’s shop. He commissions her to make a wonderful hat, something lovely for someone special. Ava decides there and then to put her feelings of doom and gloom aside to produce the most beautiful hat of her career, little knowing what it will mean to her future. Sometimes I just want a book with a lovely message, something to soothe me from all the nastiness going on in the world. Moorcroft’s novel is just such a book. Forget about ugly political races and incoming bills – read and be restored

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