I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday By Milly Johnson

Christmas books are the tonic to all the world’s problems right now and Milly’s latest book was true perfection!

Milly swept me to the most perfect location – Figgy Hollow in the Yorkshire Moors for a festive treat full of happiness, food and nostalgia.

The characters are absolutely sublime and like all humans they each have their own situations to process and deal with… some more upsetting than others, but nevertheless all of it tugs at your heartstrings.

Whilst these six characters only spend a few days together, their time together enlightens them all and they leave with different perspectives.

The location is pure dreamy, a fully stocked kitchen in a remote snowy hamlet… I’m not going to lie, I was jealous! Especially when I read of all the delicious food Luke and the others whipped up!

I loved how detailed this book felt – I really felt like I was there with them each day witnessing the sprinkles of humour, romance and tension weaved into every conversation.

I really don’t want to reveal anymore of the plot to you and spoil it for you so I’ll leave you with this: Everything about this book is glorious. It’s full of winter cheer, drama and drool-worthy food. Johnson captures this unexpected Christmas perfectly; there’s nothing more that warms my heart than seeing people pull together and help one another. It’s a fantastic book! Go onnnnn grab it now and get in the festive mood!

I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday is out now in hardback and eBook versions from Simon & Schuster.

Until next time, Chloé x

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