That Christmas Feeling (Mills & Boon Special Releases) - Debbie Macomber Reviews
Description:ISBN 263893596 / Genre: Fiction / Romance / Author: Debbie Macomber / Paperback / 560 Pages / Book is published 2011-11-18 by Mills & ... more
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Pages: 560, Paperback, Mills & Boon
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by - written on 09/01/12 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I love Christmas and I love reading, so during the Christmas countdown, I always try to read as many Christmassy books as possible (as well as watching as many Christmas movies as I can). One of my latest Christmas reads is one called 'That Christmas Feeling'. I initially bought this book after reading another Christmas book by Debbie Macomber called 'Falling For Christmas' (check out my review). I enjoyed it so much that I decided to look for some more Christmassy books by the same author. It wasn't until I received this book that I realised that it consisted of three different stories, by three different authors, one of which is Debbie Macomber. The other ... Read the complete review
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