The MacGregor Brides
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This is one of the books I brought home from the Asenby bus shelter book exchange while enjoying some unexpected Spring sunshine on Monday. Although I've had mixed experiences with this author's novels in the past, some of them were as good as OK, others nowhere near, I couldn't resist the front cover reference to Christmas Fairytales on this one!
Journal Entry 2
Knaresborough, North Yorkshire United Kingdom on Monday, April 12, 2021
Totally predictable throughout . . . formulaic story-telling . . . conveyor-belt romance . . . I think this one's the cuddly toy (there was always a cuddly toy!)
It's a Nora Roberts too far for me . . . I won't do it again . . .
Journal Entry 3
Phone Box Book Exchange in Langthorpe, North Yorkshire United Kingdom on Monday, April 12, 2021
Released 4 wks ago (4/12/2021 UTC) at Phone Box Book Exchange in Langthorpe, North Yorkshire United Kingdom
WILD RELEASE NOTES:
I swapped a couple of books in Langthorpe this afternoon, my first visit to this well-stocked and tidily maintained phone box that I heard about from another local BookCrosser. I'm sure I'll be back . . .
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