I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day Audible Audiobook – Unabridged
The new festive treat from the Sunday Times best seller.
It’s nearly Christmas, and it’s snowing, hard.
Six people have an unexpected stay in the tiny hamlet of Figgy Hollow.
Stuck inside a beautiful old inn, how long will it take before the joy of Christmas seeps into their souls and offers them all a new beginning?
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|Listening Length||10 hours and 22 minutes|
|Whispersync for Voice||Ready|
|Audible.com.au Release Date||29 October 2020|
|Publisher||Simon & Schuster Audio UK|
|Best Sellers Rank|| 11,366 in Audible Books & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Books & Originals) |
17 in Holiday Fiction (Audible Books & Originals)
351 in Holiday Fiction (Books)
1,103 in Holiday Romance
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I Wish it could be Christmas Everyday is one if her best! Full of love, magic and connection - just perfect reading at Christmas time.
I read it over 2 evenings (I always say I’m going to pace myself and read slowly but it never happens with Molly’s books) and had to read it again as I just didn’t want it to end. This needs to be made into a Christmas movie!
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 29 October 2020
This book is about making the most of what you have. To enjoy what is right in front of you. It may not be the Christmas you had planned but you can still enjoy yourself! I think this book will speak to everyone this Christmas. I'm pretty sure we are all having a Christmas that is different from what we had planned. We will all be missing loved ones but we can still make it a day of memories.
I loved all the characters in this book. 6 people are 'locked' in an inn after a freak snowstorm.
First, we have Charlie and Robin, oh what a couple. Robin is so wise. Charlie and Robin have that love that everyone dreams of. It's true and fierce and full of passion.
Next, we have Mary and Jack. Mary is Jack's PA and she has been in love with him for years. I was so proud of Mary and Jack in this book. both go on such a journey. Mary learns to stand up for herself and Jack realises he is not that sort of man that he wants to be. during his stay at Figgy Hollow Inn, his eyes are really opened.
Finally, there is Bridge and Luke. Luke has the WORST jokes! The ones that make you groan and roll your eyes! Luke has a big heart and is a far cry from the boy that Bridge fell in love with. Bridge. Oh, sweet Bridge. Bridge is an inspirational woman who we could all learn from. If I can be like Bridge when I grow up I think I will be very happy.
This book is truly heartwarming. It will make you laugh, cry and give those around you a big fat hug! If you read one book this Christmas, make it this one!
I really liked this book. I enjoyed the way the dynamics between Mary/Jack and Luke/Bridge shifted and altered whilst Charlie and Robin continued to be devoted within the warmth of a thirty year relationship.
With no contact with the outside world since neither the land-line nor the mobiles are working, dinner is cooked, secret Santa presents are conjured up, and games are played. The whole experience evokes the feeling of those old-fashioned Christmases that are viewed through rose-tinted spectacles.
I found myself really caring what happened to these characters and wanting happy endings for them. As I said in a previous review for this author, these aren’t my normal reading choices, but I think she’s going on my (semi) regular reading list. I’m going for four and a half stars because there is twist in the story which is a device that I don’t particularly like.