Welcoming Sheila O’Flanagan back to Linda’s Book Bag is well overdue and I’m delighted to be helping reveal the cover of her latest release, Christmas With You. Sheila previously told me all about her inspiration for another of her books My Mother’s Secret in a guest post that you can read here. I also reviewed My Mother’s Secret here.
Christmas With You will be published on 19th October by Headline and was previously titled A Season To Remember. It is available for pre-order here.
Christmas With You
Sheila O’Flanagan’s romantic and heart-warming Christmas With You is perfect festive reading for fans of Veronica Henry, Carole Matthews and Marian Keyes. These enchanting linked short stories from the No. 1 bestselling author bring to life one unforgettable Christmas full of surprise twists, life-changing moments…and love.
Tucked away in the Irish countryside, the Sugar Loaf Lodge is opening its door for the festive season. With snow falling on the mountains outside and warm fires roaring inside, it’s the perfect place for guests to celebrate the happiest time of the year. But what if you’ve just had your heart broken? Or discovered that the man you’re married to has lied to you? What if a secret from your past has finally come back to haunt you?
For some of the guests arriving at the Sugar Loaf Lodge, Christmas is looking far from tranquil. But can they find the magic and romance of the season within the walls of this beautiful hotel?
About Sheila O’Flanagan
Sheila O’Flanagan is the award-winning author of over twenty titles, including the Sunday Times bestsellers The Missing Wife, My Mother’s Secret and If You Were Me, and the winner of the Irish Independent Popular Fiction Book of the Year Award, All For You. She has also written the bestselling short story collections Destinations, Connections and A Season To Remember.
Sheila has always loved telling stories, and after working in banking and finance for a number of years, she decided it was time to fulfil a dream and give writing her own book a go. So she sat down, stuck ‘Chapter One’ at the top of a page, and got started. Sheila is now a full-time writer and lives in Dublin with her husband.