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Christmas at the Vicarage

Narrated by: Fiona Hardingham
Length: 5 hrs and 46 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
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It’s been fifteen years since Rosamunde last lived at the vicarage in Potter’s Cove, the pretty coastal village where she grew up, experienced her first true love - and a heartbreak that changed her life forever. But now Potter’s Cove is calling her back: it’s time to make peace with the past and go home.

Rosamunde’s return to the vicarage in the days before Christmas is a whirlwind of festive cheer and heartwarming reunions with friends, family and her loving father, the vicar. And while seeing the old place after all this time stirs painful memories of long-ago grief, it also reminds her of all the love she left behind. Fifteen years ago she vowed never to let herself be vulnerable again - but now that she’s back she’s not so sure. Is it possible that real happiness could strike more than once?

Spanning three decades of family life, Christmas at the Vicarage is a warm, feel-good tale that examines what it means to love and to lose - and to be brave enough to try again.

©2015 Rebecca Boxall (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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As warm and loving as an English Christmas

I have heard all of Ms. Boxall's books on Audible and loved them all! The narration is perfect and it wraps you in a warm glow. Most of her books alternate between an historic story and a current story that eventually merge. Her stories are so English and she loves the country setting and vicars, as well as the healing power of family and love. She always has such endearing characters and situations. You will shed a tear and fall in love yourself!