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Christmas at the Village Sewing Shop: A cosy, feel-good read filled with festive spirit and family secrets

Helen Rolfe

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Christmas, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945)

Heartwarming festive women's fiction, full of kindness and community, as three sisters come together to mend their family quilt - and their family bond - this Christmas. Perfect for fans of Ali McNamara, Cathy Bramley and Jenny Colgan

'The perfect festive read!' DEBBIE JOHNSON

'Full of festive spirit and intriguing family secrets!' HEIDI SWAIN

Can three sisters stitch their family back together?

Loretta loves running the little village sewing shop in Butterbury. Some of her most precious memories are sitting with her three daughters Daisy, Ginny and Fern, stitching together pieces of material - and their hopes and dreams.

But this Christmas the family is coming apart at the seams: Fern feels like she's failing at motherhood and marriage, Ginny's passion for her job as a midwife is fading, Daisy is desperate to prove she's changed since her wild younger years - and most of all, Loretta seems to be hiding something ...

As they come together to create a new festive quilt, the bond between the sisters begins to heal. But when Loretta reveals the real reason she's brought them all home, can the sisters mend the quilt, and their family, in time for Christmas?

Full of kindness, community and festive magic, this is a treat to curl up with this Christmas! Perfect for fans of Cathy Bramley, Jenny Colgan and Ali McNamara

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Helen Rolfe

Helen Rolfe writes contemporary women's fiction and enjoys weaving stories about family, friendship, secrets, and community. Characters often face challenges and must fight to overcome them, but above all, Helen's stories always have a happy ending

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