Christmas Eve at Friday Harbour - Lisa Kleypas Reviews
Description:ISBN 749953837 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Lisa Kleypas / Paperback / 224 Pages / Book is published 2010-11-04 by Piatkus Books
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This book was one of my Christmas presents intended to be read over the holiday period. I didn't actually get round to reading it until well into February and though I was expecting the book to be filled with Christmas bells, carol singers and other Christmassy references, it was a surprisingly unseasonal read as the title refers to the culmination of the book. Until recent years, Lisa Kleypas restricted her writing output exclusively to historical romances and though the historical detail in them was frequently very sketchy, the romances were always very enjoyable. Having turned her attention to contemporary fiction, she next produced a trilogy of books ... Read the complete review
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