Edition language: English
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I read this book nearly every year in the weeks leading up to Christmas. I have loved Rosamund Pilcher's sagas since I picked up The Shell Seekers at a Barnes and Noble somewhere around 20 years ago. I passed it onto my mother, who fell in love with her writing. I don't know if Winter Solstice is ...
I ended up enjoying the two books of Pilcher I read so much I decided to read this one and hang waiting until this Fall. "Winter Solstice" touched me a lot. I can see why Moonlight re-reads this one every year. I can see me re-reading this come December. It was a really delightful book and I have to...
I was a little impatient with this slow-moving story at first, but in the end was glad that I stayed with it. It’s a warm, comfortable story of people who are adrift at the end of a relationship, who find one another and begin anew. It’s not a Romance, but it is a story of love in its many forms. It...
This is one of my favorite holiday books - it is the right combination of bitter and sweet for me, and I read it most years. I had skipped the last couple of years, so it was lovely to revisit Corrydale and Creagan and reacquaint myself with Elfrida, Oscar, Carrie, Lucy and Sam. This is a very cozy ...
Opening: Before Elfrida Phipps left London for good, and moved to the country, she made a trip to Battersea Dogs Home, and returned with a canine companion.At 598 pages in hardback this would appear to be a doorstop however it moves along at a quick lick.3* September (high 3)3* Winter Solstice (low ...
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