Day 6 of my Christmas book countdown is here and I have another fabulous book for you all ~ 24 days, 24 Christmas books all shared with love and hopefully, some or all of them will be gifted for Christmas ~ after all, is there anything better than a festive book to put you all in the mood for the big day?

All the books I will be gifting to you all over the coming 24 days are books I own, these are books that I have read and loved and I would love for others to fall in love with them too. Some are new, some are old, some have been featured on the blog before, some I read before the blog was born, all are beautiful and each one will make you feel so warm and Christmassy.

Go on open the door and see what today’s gift to you is…

On the first day of Christmas my true love gave to me…..

Holly’s Christmas Secret by Kirsty Ferry

Holly's Christmas Secret

Once upon a Cornish Christmas …

It’s almost Christmas at the Pencradoc estate in Cornwall which means that, as usual, tea room owner Sorcha Davies is baking up a festive storm. And this year Sorcha is hoping her mince pies will be going down a treat at ‘The Spirit of Christmas Past’ exhibition being organised at the house by new local antiques dealer, Locryn Dyer.

But as Locryn and Sorcha spend more time together, they begin to uncover a very special story of Christmas past that played out at Pencradoc more than a century before, involving a certain ‘Lady’ Holly Sawyer, a festive dinner party and a magical secret encounter with a handsome author …

Go on treat yourself

Come back tomorrow to open the next door and see what festive treat I have for you!

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