Times are hard in London... dare they hope for a miracle this Christmas? Perfect for the fans of Katie Flynn and Dilly Court.
Christmas should be for the children – but with the Depression biting deeper, it looks like many in the East End will wake up to nothing on Christmas morning.
Widower Robbie Graham is out of luck and work. Some weeks, he earns just enough to put food on the table for his children, Ben and Ruthie. A treat for their Christmas stockings is a distant dream for his little family.
Local cake shop owner Flo Hawkins can't bear the thought of any child having nothing for Christmas. Along with her beloved sister Honour, she hatches a plan to bring some festive cheer to the community.
But maybe this year, it will be Flo who receives the greatest gift of all...
Head of Zeus, an Aria book * Saga
04 Sep 2018 * 288pp * £3.99 * 9781786693013
'I didn't want to put the book down. Another great book from Rosie'
Carol Clasper, NetGalley
'Despite all the suffering, the Christmas scenes and how people come together is absolutely magical'
Erika Sissons, NetGalley
'A truly magic Christmas tale of hope and courage through the harsh winters during the depression in the East end of London and docklands where this fabulous story is centred'
Jeanie McKinlay, NetGalley
'A lovely story of love, betrayal, friendship and fighting for what is right'
Sandra Blower, NetGalley
'A great read and kept me engrossed from the beginning'
Lisa Keeney, NetGalley
'True to the period it's set in, this is a delightful and entertaining read'
Grace J Reviewerlady, NetGalley
'Such a beautifully written story from start to finish. I can't wait for her next book!'
Audrelyn Bowers, NetGalley
'A lovely, heart-warming and festive novel. It reminds us of what is important about Christmas. Completely captivating, highly recommended'
Emma Sibley, NetGalley