One Christmas morning : a novel / Rachel Greenlaw.
- ISBN: 9780063288478
- ISBN: 0063288478
- Physical Description: 323 pages ; 21 cm
- Edition: First Avon paperback edition.
- Publisher: New York, NY : Avon, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers, 2023.
- Copyright: ©2023
"Eva has spent the past three years burying herself in her work, trying to forget the heart-breaking events of the Christmas that ripped her world apart. And this year, on the eve of her shop launch, the last thing Eva wants is to drive to the wild moors of Cornwall to attend her friends Hallie and Kian's Christmas party. But at her husband James' insistence, here they are. Worse still, Hallie announces she is pregnant, bringing Eva's pain to the surface. Overwhelmed by her friend's news and the bittersweet memories of Christmas' pasts, Eva tries to sneak back to London in the middle of the night. But as the clock strikes midnight, she is visited by the ghost of her beloved grandmother. Gran tells Eva that if she doesn't face her ghosts head-on and stop shutting out her loved ones, she risks losing them all forever. When Eva wakes on Christmas morning, she finds herself living not her own life, but that of her hard-working assistant, Diana, whose over-flowing inbox isn't the only secret she's been keeping. The next day, she wakes on Christmas morning again, this time in the body of Hallie's sister, Natalie. As Eva lives Christmas Day again and again through the perspectives of her friends, she is offered a glimpse into the lives of those she has been pushing away. With each Christmas Day comes a new lesson - and an insight into the secrets and struggles her loved ones have been hiding. To move forward, Eva must let go of the past. But is it too late to fix her future?"-- Provided by publisher.
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