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    Join us for Christmas in the Cotswolds in this perfect festive escape, from the best-selling Lucy Coleman.

    Imogen Tolliman never knew her mother. And when an accident robs Immi of her father too, she goes to live with her grandfather Tollie in his picturesque lock-keeper’s cottage by the Aysbury marina. 

    Tollie is the star of the Santa Ahoy Special each Christmas - a festive boat ride along the canal that enthralls both children and adults alike. And as Immi grows up, she starts to appreciate the magical community she is lucky enough to live in. 

    When Immi meets Gray Adams, she instantly realises he’s someone special. And as their relationship gets serious, they start to plan for the Christmas to beat all Christmases. 

    But as the day approaches, and the romantic snow showers turn into blizzards, their dream of a Christmas to remember looks set to be one they’ll never forget - for all the wrong reasons. Can they salvage the festivities, or will old secrets that are finally uncovered turn Immi’s life upside down forever?

    Let Lucy Coleman transport you away to a dreamy Cotswolds Christmas full of snowflakes and secrets, log fires, mistletoe, friends and much-loved traditions. Perfect for all fans of Trisha Ashley, Holly Martin and Sue Moorcroft. 

    ©2020 Lucy Coleman (P)2020 Boldwood Books

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    • 23/12/2020

    Where's the dramatic action and the conflict?

    I don't mind slow moving novels. Just the opposite, in fact. I love long novels that focus on character development. The key is development. In this novel there are endless red herrings leading to.....absolutely nothing. There is no drama, no real conflict. Nothing. If one of my students turned this in, I wouldn't accept it. It's unfortunate because there's a great set up here for a great story, a wonderful setting and interesting characters. Update: I tried, but I simply couldn't finish it. Everyone is wonderful, everything is wonderful. "We're a friendly bunch." "Even in a terrible snowstorm, we always know how to have fun!" Etc. Etc. Etc.