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The Christmas Party (MP3)
Released the same day as the standard print edition
Title:
The Christmas Party (MP3)
Written by:
Karen Swan 
Read by:
Aoife McMahon 
Format:
Unabridged MP3 CD Audio Book 
Number of CDs:
Duration:
14 hours 1 minutes 
MP3 size:
595 MB 
Published:
October 31 2019 
Available Date:
October 31 2019 
Age Category:
Adult 
ISBN:
9781529035322 
Genres:
Fiction; Contemporary; Contemporary Fiction 
Publisher:
Bolinda/Macmillan audio 
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Sunday Times bestselling author

The Christmas Party is a delicious story of romance, family and secrets.

When Declan Lorne, the last remaining knight in Ireland, dies suddenly, an ancient title passes with him. But his estate on Ireland's rugged south-west coast is left to his three daughters. The two eldest, Ottie and Pip, inherit in line with expectations, but to everyone's surprise – and dismay – it is the errant baby of the family, Willow, who gets the castle. Why her? Something unknown – something terrible – made her turn her back on her family three years earlier, escaping to Dublin and vowing never to return. So when Willow quickly announces she is selling up, her revenge seems sweet and the once-close sisters are pushed to breaking point: in desperation, Pip risks everything to secure her own future, and Ottie makes a decision that will ruin lives. It's each woman for herself. Before moving in, Connor Shaye, the prospective new owner, negotiates throwing a lavish party at the castle just days before Christmas – his hello, their goodbye. But as their secrets begin to catch up with them, Ottie, Willow and Pip are forced to ask themselves which is harder: stepping into the future, or letting go of the past?

[On The Christmas Secret] 'The most unlikely of romances is only part of a moving story of loss and the promise of second chances.'
The Sunday Mirror