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Molly Compton is going home for Christmas to spend the holidays with her family, but this is not such a joyful time that she’s actually looking forward to it after what happened to her last year. For Molly is adamant that she will ‘grin and bear it’ and get through it with the aid of the odd glass of wine, come hail or snow. Even if it means digging up ghosts from her past to sort out the present and help with the future, then she will cope somehow. So with a sprig of mistletoe to hand and a will of iron, Molly Compton is determined to enjoy all the fun of the festivities if it kills her and that is only, if she doesn't kill someone else first.

WARNING: This book contains (1) No guaranteed fuzzy feelings of a sentimental nature. (2) No recipes whatsoever to be found written inside its pages. (3) No religious explanations are in this story about the true meaning of Christmas. However, it does contain plenty of Christmas cheer and merriment and Yuletide yearnings in this festive funny tale about an ordinary woman whose dreading having the Christmas from hell. Only, could she end up having the time of her life instead?

This British short novel is the first in a Christmas Comedy Trilogy and is approximately 52,000 words in total length. To complete the trio of books, look out for Mistletoe And Wine 2 followed by Mistletoe And Wine 3.

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