Shakespeare's Christmas - Charlaine Harris Reviews
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==Synopsis of the book:== After living for several years in the small town Shakespeare Lilly Bard has to return to her former home for her younger sisters wedding. Lilly is dreading going back because she has a happy and settled life as a cleaning lady and she knows going back will remind everyone of her sad history. And Bartley is a town where the people never will forget the ordeal Lilly went through. Despite the wedding being on Christmas Eve, she still hopes to return to Shakespeare on Christmas Day and spend the rest of the holiday with her boyfriend Jack. However, not only has she got to deal with the wedding, her family and her past she also ... Read the complete review
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