#BookReview: The Christmas Swap by Sandy Barker


The Christmas Swap




Christmas is coming and best friends ChloeJules, and Lucy are needing change… so swapping homes for the holidays could be the perfect present for all of them!

Australian Chloe spends her Christmas in a sleepy village in Oxfordshire, England. She is totally star-struck when she discovers who lives across the road.

Lucy, who has jetted off to snowy Colorado for her dream-come-true white Christmas, is taken into the fold of Jules’s loud and brash family, discovering more about herself in a few short days than she has in years.

And Jules leaves the cold climes of Colorado to spend her Christmas on a beach with Chloe’s friends in Melbourne, finding that time away is just what she needed.

The only thing better than one Christmas romance is three, and this wonderful festive novel is perfect for fans of Sarah Morgan, Holly Martin and Karen Swan.




This book was like The Holiday but on steroids! Trust me, that’s a good thing. The Holiday is my favourite Christmas rom-com of all time.

If you’re looking for a fun-filled festive book, then this is the book for you! All of Sandy Barker’s books have the feel-good factor and this is no exception.

It’s the perfect Christmassy book for this time of year. Packed with tradition, fabulous characters and festive delights, you’ll want to pick this up and be whisked away.

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Author Bio –

Sandy Barker is a writer, traveller and hopeful romantic with a lengthy bucket list. She loves exploring new places, outdoor adventures, and eating and drinking like a local when she travels, and many of her travel adventures have found homes in her novels. She’s also an avid reader, film buff, wine lover and coffee snob.





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Happy reading,

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