Christmas at Carol’s written by Julia Roberts, publisher ripped, is available NOW in ebook format. The ebook is also included in the kindleunlimited scheme.
To buy link: http://amzn.to/2kJJPHk
Product Details (as per amazon page)
An uplifting tale of people’s desire to help each other in the season of goodwill – a romantic comedy with a twist in the tale.
Carol fell in love with Wisteria Cottage the moment she laid eyes on it and moved in two weeks before Christmas hoping it would be start of a new more positive period in her life.
On her first night in her new home she discovers an old Christmas card to someone called Annie with a heart-breaking message inside from Jake.
Although she doesn’t know them, and despite being on a self-imposed dating break herself, Carol begins planning how she can bring them together, while her new neighbour, Sally, is attempting a bit of matchmaking of her own.
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I am so pleased to be involved in the blogtour celebrating and promoting the launch of this festive novella by Julia Roberts.
Novellas are the perfect size reads to while away an hour or two. I also find novellas are ideal in-between reads for when you’ve just completed an epic novel.
Christmas at Carol’s is everything a Christmas novella should be!
Julia Roberts has managed to pack a fair bit in this festive treat of a novella. We have romance, mystery, community spirit and heart warming seasonal scenes to put us all in the festive mood.
Moving into her new home, Wisteria Cottage, two weeks before Christmas proved to be a great time for reflection for Carol. A time spent wisely decorating her new home and getting to know her neighbours. With the uncertainty of the winter weather brought upon the village the spirit of Christmas was even more paramount.
Christmas at Carol’s is a perfect novella for a cold wintry day to comfort you with joy.
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