The second novel in The Cornish Midwives’ series
Anna Jones heads up the busy midwifery unit and barely has time to think about planning her forthcoming Christmas Eve wedding, in between taking care of new-borns and mothers-to-be in the beautiful seaside town she calls home.
When she nearly loses her fiancé, Brae, in a freak storm, the wedding takes on a whole new focus and she can’t wait to be part of a family again, after so many Christmases without one.
Everything seems to be falling into place and there’s more to celebrate than ever, including a very festive hen night with her close friends from the midwifery unit. But the night before the wedding, disaster strikes and Anna begins to wonder if she’s destined to ever have a happy Christmas again.
She doesn’t reckon on the power of Christmas spirit in Port Agnes, though, or the sheer tenacity of her best friend, Ella. Can the community pull off a minor miracle and give one of their midwives the very merry Christmas she deserves? Or are some things simply impossible, even for a Port Agnes Christmas?