Escape to Greece this Christmas for an irresistibly feel-good festive read. Here we go again!
'A must for all Mamma Mia fans!' Sue Moorcroft on My Mamma Mia Summer
Laurel is finally living her own Mamma Mia dream.
Now the owner of Villa Athena on a gorgeous Greek island, the last six months have been a whirlwind as Laurel has modernised the guesthouse, discovered how to run her own business, and learned to negotiate the demands of her new family.
But as the festive season draws closer, Laurel begins to wonder if Christmas on Skopelos can ever live up to the cosy Yorkshire Christmases she spent with her beloved grandmother, Marnie. And with a travel writer arriving to review the Villa, Laurel needs a touch of festive sparkle - and a little help from some old friends...
With critics to impress, Greek feasts to cook, and an ABBA-themed winter wedding on the horizon, can Laurel throw the perfect Christmas for everyone? And will she find her own romance underneath the mistletoe...?
Escape to Greece this Christmas for this joyous sequel to My Mamma Mia Summer - perfect for fans of Heidi Swain, Jenny Colgan and Sarah Morgan.
Readers love My Mamma Mia Summer
'I LOVED it...this book filled me with joy'
'A perfect summer read... Full of humour and emotion, this is just an all-round fabulous fun book'
'I absolutely loved it and can't recommend it enough!'
'Loved, loved this book. A real feel-good happy book'
'Full of hope and sunshine...a fun read which has you reaching for the ABBA CDs and booking holidays to Greece!'
'I loved this book...just the thing to get me in the mood for my holiday'
'Absolutely loved this book, couldn't put it down but didn't want it to finish'
'Funny, moving and pure escapism! How can you resist it?'
'I just loved everything about this book - it left me with the same cosy feeling as the film'
'A vibrant, warm and satisfying read'
'Loved the book and felt as if I was in the story'
'Will have you itching to hop on a plane to the nearest Greek island!'
Annie Robertson trained in London as a classical musician, then worked as an assistant for an Oscar winner, an acclaimed artist, a PR mogul and a Beatle. After several years of running errands for the rich and famous, she went to medical school where, hiding novels in anatomy textbooks, she discovered her true passion for writing. She went on to complete a Creative Writing MA with distinction.
Annie now lives back home in Scotland. When not writing she enjoys playing the piano, swimming with her son, visiting antiques markets with her husband, and walking her Basset Hounds.