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Any couple who spends the night in the Christmas cottage shall have love everlasting....
Lacey Quinn did not believe in happily ever after or the legend of the Christmas cottage. As maid of honor for her best friend, Ava, her duties included decorating the cottage for the newlyweds. It was a simple enough task, but she hadn't counted on sexy Ean Callahan, the bride-to-be's brother, assisting her. Spending the evening ensconced in the overly romantic setting while a blizzard howls outside has Lacey wondering if fairy tales really do come true....
©2012 Samantha Chase (P)2015 Audible, Inc.
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By Trish R. on 12-09-17

Bad book and bad narration..


OK, I read The Bramble House Christmas then watched the Hallmark movie made from the book. Needless to say the book was much better. Now, I’ve read this one and can only hope that the movie is better than the book was. The book was just 167 pages of fluff.

Lacey had been in love with Ean since she was 14 and he was 18. She kissed him and told him that she loved him and he pretty much asked her if she was crazy, that she was just a kid. So, she ran out and didn’t see him again for 12 years.

They met again at the Christmas Cottage and fell in love. That’s about it.

There were a few kisses and the bedrooms scenes were fade-to-black.

As to the narration: Stephanie Willis was okay with the female voices, which you’d expect, and her emotions were good BUT her voice for Ean totally sucked. She really needs to take some lessons from some of wonderful female narrators that are out there and learn to deepen her voice. Until she gets better I do not want to listen to her again. Sorry.

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By Anne on 12-25-15

Meh

The whole premise is a little too unbelievable, even for Christmas. But I was going along with the whole thing until ... [SPOILER ALERT - just in case you have a less-than-room-temperature IQ and don't figure out the ending by chapter 2] the wedding with no marriage license.

It's mostly just too, too precious.

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