Twelve Days of Christmas - Trisha Ashley Reviews
Description:ISBN 1847561152 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Trisha Ashley / Paperback / Book is published 2010-10-28 by Avon
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Customer Twelve Days of Christmas - Trisha Ashley Reviews (3)
by - written on 14/02/12 (Very useful, 49 readings)
I am a big fan of Trisha Ashely so when I borrowed this just before Christmas I was pleased. I was actually halfway through another Christmas book by the same author at the time (The Magic of Christmas) so I ended up reading this over Christmas and New Year. Initially I was worried that I might not enjoy it fully as it wasn't actually the run up to Christmas but although it is set over the Christmas period it is not purely focused on Christmas and also includes family rifes, discoveries and new found friendships. ==Plot== Holly Brown isn't looking forward to Christmas, her husband died over the Christmas period and as he was the only person she ever ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/01/12 (Very useful, 38 readings)
Why I bought the book I was looking for a book in the first few weeks of December that would get me in the festive spirit. I had just bought an iPad so decided to download the Kindle app and perused the Kindle store until I found this book. The reviews were quite good and it seemed festive in a positive way i.e. not too much negativity which is definitely something we don't want at this time of year! The Plot The plot surrounds a female protagonist who housesits for various people and is an excellent cook. She is called at the last minute to look after an old manor house over Christmas. She, herself does not like Christmas for a number ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/12/10 (Very useful, 20 readings)
Twelve Days Of Christmas is a book by Trisha Ashley. It was released in the United Kingdom in October 2010, and so is brand new, just in time for Christmas. The book is currently available to buy from play.com for a price of £4.49 which I think is excellent value considering that the book is brand new! In this book : After losing her husband, young widow Holly always finds Christmas a sad and lonely time, and so when she is offered to look after a remote house in Lancashire over the Christmas holidays, she jumps at the chance. On the other hand, in the same village Jude is down in the dumps after his brother runs off with his fiance. What will happen when the ... Read the complete review
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