Christmas Eve at Friday Harbour
Publish date: November 1st 2010
Publisher: Piatkus Books
Pages no: 211
Edition language: English
Series: Friday Harbor (#1)
I am ambivalent about this book. It's well written, I liked the characters. I didn't like that Mark was in a relationship with Shelby for over half the book. Mark does string Shelby along. Conveniently, Shelby does say something that I thought was inappropriate. What happened afterword felt too conv...
I’ve always loved Lisa Kleypas’s contemporary novels than historical though she is more famous for historical ones. Travis series is one of my favorites and I was looking forward to read her Friday Harbor series as well so started with the first book. The story is like this , Maggi was a widow and M...
When Lisa Kleypas started writing contemporaries I was a bit reluctant but her Travis series immediately landed on my favourite list and has since been re-read a number of times. All the more disappointing was Christmas Eve at Friday Harbor which isn't a bad novel, but about as average as possible w...
This book broke my streak of dud books, that had lasted for almost a full month! I was enchanted with this book! Holly was such a great character, and Mark and Maggie just seemed so real to me! I read this in one sitting over the space of about two and a half hours, I just could not put it down! ...
Mark Nolan's life changes utterly when he is given custody of his niece Holly after his sister's accidental death. He moves back to the family vineyard with his brother and they work on making a life for Holly. She wishes for a Christmas Present of a mother and he decides that this is now imporant...
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