Review: I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day

Posted 25th December 2020 by Emma in Reviews / 0 Comments

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Review: I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every DayI Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day by Milly Johnson
Also by this author: My One True North
Published by Simon & Schuster UK on 29th October 2020
Genres: Chicklit, Christmas, Contemporary, Women's Literary Fiction
Pages: 328
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It’s nearly Christmas and it’s snowing, hard. Deep in the Yorkshire Moors nestles a tiny hamlet, with a pub at its heart. As the snow falls, the inn will become an unexpected haven for six people forced to seek shelter there…
Mary has been trying to get her boss Jack to notice her for four years, but he can only see the efficient PA she is at work. Will being holed up with him finally give her the chance she has been waiting for?
Bridge and Luke were meeting for five minutes to set their divorce in motion. But will getting trapped with each other reignite too many fond memories – and love?
Charlie and Robin were on their way to a luxury hotel in Scotland for a very special Christmas. But will the inn give them everything they were hoping to find – and much more besides?
A story of knowing when to hold on and when to let go, of pushing limits and acceptance, of friendship, love, laughter, mince pies and the magic of Christmas.
Gorgeous, warm and full of heartfelt emotion, I Wish it Could Be Christmas Every Day is the perfect read this winter!

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This is my second Milly book and it was everything I needed this Christmas!

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!

About Milly Johnson

Milly Johnson was born in Barnsley, raised in Barnsley and still lives in Barnsley – although she did study in Exeter for four years and emigrate to Haworth in West Yorkshire in the 1980s.

She trained as an actress, teacher, an accountant, a Customer Services and Suggestion Scheme Manager as well as working in a variety of administrative posts for companies dealing with anything from antique furniture to plastic injection moulded poop scoops. Eventually she found a happy existence writing poems and jokes for the greetings card world – helping to kick off the hugely successful Purple Ronnie project – which she still does on a part time basis whilst penning her novels.


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