FREE HEART-WARMING FESTIVE TASTERS FROM THREE BESTSELLING AUTHORS.
A Sixpenny Christmas by Katie Flynn
Two women struggle to bring up their children in the aftermath of World War II.
Angels at the Table by Debbie Macomber
A heart-warming Christmas story of love and miracles by the international bestselling Debbie Macomber.
The Lady’s Maid by Dilly Court
Despite the differences in their circumstances, Kate and Josie have been friends since childhood. But their past binds them together in ways they must never know.
Lacking happy endings
All three tales were well written but for me they didn’t feel very “Christmassy”. They end with hints and uncertainties, so if you associate a good romance read with a happy ending you are likely to feel dissatisfied. Shades of real life aren’t always welcome in escapism reading.
I love it but hate it
Right I will start with the positives, I think it was really well written and this was because you wanted to read more even when it ended . This left readers really excited and wanting more . I also think that this is amazing for family’s to read at Christmas and is a really heart warming book to read. My favourite story was a sixpenny Christmas and I love molly and Rhys. I think they were amazing characters and I just wanted to read more of it . However I thought this book was very boring in some stories and I just think that the one about the gypsy was very confusing, especially as it got to much and I didn’t understand it I skipped half of it. If this book was just about the gypsy I would probably have given it half a star I don’t recommend reading that one. I absolutely hated the cliff hangers in these stories because you actually wanted to know the ending not wonder all the possibilities.