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This Christmas

Narrated by: Laurel Lefkow
Length: 9 hrs and 26 mins
4 out of 5 stars (15 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

In this trio of warm, witty, insightful stories, three very different women face questions of the heart that could change all their Christmases to come.

"Vacation" by Jane Green:

When her husband's job takes him away from home indefinitely, a restless suburban wife and mother must confront Christmas alone - and decide whether she's better off that way.

"The Second Wife of Reilly" by Jennifer Coburn:

A newlywed is haunted by thoughts of her husband's first wife - and comes up with an unusual plan to cure herself in time for Christmas....

"Mistletoe and Holly" by Liz Ireland:

Longing to fit into her family's picture perfect holiday celebration, a young woman finally brings home the perfect boyfriend - only to find that nothing is as she expected.

Infused with the hopes and dreams of the season, these entertaining and exquisitely written stories will inspire your Christmas spirit and will stay with you all year long.

©2005 Jane Green, Jennifer Coburn & Liz Ireland (P)2017 Dreamscape Media, LLC

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Whiney and boring!

Whiney and boring! So slow and definitely not a page turner. Hard to come up with 15 words for this review.

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Uneven stories and unpolished narration

The first and third stories were, in my opinion, better than the second, which featured a main character who was not entirely likeable. The narrator for all three stories was probably the least-polished narrator I’ve heard. In all three stories she mispronounced words or emphasized incorrect syllables and always sounded like she was reading from a book rather than voicing characters, which made it hard to get into the stories. All three stories seemed somewhat outdated. My favorite story was the third one, which featured the most relatable characters and would probably make a good movie.

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  • 12-26-18

very predictable <br />

I struggled with these 3 stories as I found them a bit boring and not very realistic.

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