A sparkling feel-good Christmas short story addition to Robert Bryndza's smash-hit Coco Pinchard series
A Very Coco Christmas is a delicious, stand-alone prequel short story with a glorious cast of characters including Daniel's mother Ethel, sister Meryl - and a turkey called Jean Paul Belmondo...
A Very Coco Christmas is a delicious, stand-alone prequel short story to the smash-hit Coco Pinchard series, with a glorious cast of characters including Daniel’s mother Ethel, sister Meryl – and a turkey called Jean Paul Belmondo…
It’s 1985, and eighteen-year-old Coco Pinchard is home in London for Christmas after her first term at Aberystwyth University.
She’s started to write, and fallen hopelessly in love with Daniel Pinchard, a devilishly handsome musician from the wrong side of the river. But Coco’s overbearing mother has other plans and resumes her campaign for Coco to meet and marry the ‘right sort of man’, preferably Kenneth, son of her best friends Adrian and Yvonne Rosebury, who will be joining them for Christmas.
As snow falls softly over the city, and Coco tries to juggle a series of hilarious events, the stage is set for a Christmas lunch like no other.
Readers love the Coco Pinchard series:
‘I love the fact that Robert Bryndza can turn his hand to both crime thrillers and comedy! If you haven’t discovered Coco Pinchard yet then this is the perfect introduction!’ Joanne Robertson, My Chestnut Reading Tree
‘I have a new favourite author! Bryndza tells the story as if you are sitting with your girlfriends exchanging bits of wisdom. The write up was correct. I do not often laugh-out-loud at books, but I sure did while reading this one!’ Gail Joramo, 5 star reader review
‘What an outstanding read!! I laughed, cried and cringed alongside Coco, the main character in this pacy story!’ Amy, 5 star reader review
‘Loved this so much, funny and enjoyable. Bryndza seems to be able to get into the head of women better than most other women. He has zeroed in on us and done it well!’ FeatherOnAWire, 5 star reader review
‘A real feel-good book, you just don’t want it to end. Definitely a five star rating!’ AlisonSmith, 5 star reader review