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Publisher's Summary

After a bad breakup, all Rowan Corrigan wants is time alone at the family cottage in the Lake District. But her sister Rachel and husband Paul have exactly the same idea. As does Paul's best friend Nick - the very last man Rowan wants to see after her embarrassing encounter with him at Rachel and Paul's wedding.

As the snow begins to fall, this could become the worst Christmas on record. But Christmas is a time for miracles and Rowan has always believed in those....

Christmas at the Cottage is the third novella in the "Christmas at..." series and is a heart-warming story of love, family, and a place to call home from the author of The Rose Girls.

©2016 Victoria Connelly (P)2016 Victoria Connelly

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  • LM
  • Los Altos, CA
  • 12-08-17

Banal

Uninteresting story made worse by an amateur reading. No drama, contrived and uninspired romance, and no Christmas cheer despite the setting.

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A Fun, Cozy Listen

If you could sum up Christmas at the Cottage in three words, what would they be?

Cozy, Light, Characters

Which character – as performed by Jan Cramer – was your favorite?

Rowan

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

It was so perfect and cozy for a Sunday afternoon listen with a cup of tea and a puzzle. It was not one that made you think too much. It was character driven with funny scenes that will have you giggling. <br/>

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  • barbara
  • 01-14-17

Lovely

This is such a lovely Christmas story to sit and listen to on a cold afternoon.

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  • Mrs. H. L. Rider
  • 01-03-17

just the ticket for cold winter nights

Delightful fare for those endless painfilled nights! Atmospheric and the reader is willingly drawn into this Lakeland Christmas filled with warmth and charm. Well constructed lifelike charters who engender emotional responses the reader will only notice when the book ends. Perfect read for perry or post Christmas.