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  • Chritmas at Little Beach Street

    This is only the second boook of Jenny Colgans i have read and i have to say i have fond them delightful to read.I normally read murder mysteries so every one needs something light hearted and happy and her books are the answer. My husband is now reading her and enjoying .

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  • Christmas at the beach side backery

    A brilliant read with more tails of polly and huckle not forgetting Neil the puffin! With all the problems of running the bakery in the winter and helping with Xmas events in the village, also helping best with her pregnancy, getting ready Xmas!

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  • Lovely story, nice writing style - terrible detail

    I really enjoyed this trilogy - lovely story and nice writing style, but the author has major problems with continuity. In the first book of the series it is clearly stated that Polly’s dad died of a heart attack when she was twenty. In this book she never knew him at all; I wish this was the only inconsistency, but the series is riddled with them. If you read these books as a standalone or can take them as they come - you’ll love them. If however you have an eye for detail, you’ll read them with gritted teeth and much cross-referencing!

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  • Great read

    Second book I’ve read by this author and again I wasn’t disappointed. One of those books you just do not want to put down. Would recommend.

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  • Neil The Puffin

    My first festive read of the year and it certainly ticked all the festive boxes. Lots of twinkly lights and frosty mornings, even a dramatic storm or two on the coast. Throw in some dramatic set pieces for Polly and Kerensa and this should have been a delicious start to the festive season. Should have been but fell slightly wide of the mark. Maybe it is because I am new to these characters and have not got to know them through the earlier Mount Polbearn books. Maybe it is because I am beginning to grow weary of Cornwall as a setting - it really does feel like every other book is set there over the last couple of years. Maybe it is because the most entertaining and relatable character is a bizarrely named anthropomorphised puffin. Despite having given this three stars when I finished reading the book a couple of weeks ago I am now beginning to wonder why I rated it so "highly". In retrospect all I can remember of the storyline is the ridiculous and contrived situations that Kerensa and Polly get themselves in to; the horrendous Reuben character that I am sure people only tolerate because he is not shy in sharing his ridiculous amounts of wealth and the doormat that is Huckle (honestly, where do these names come from?) I usually enjoy Ms Colgan's novels but this one did leave a sour taste in my mouth and has made me wonder whether or not to continue exploring her back and future catalogue. There was enough festive fun to keep me entertained and I obviously enjoyed enough of the book to give it 3 stars, I'm just wondering why as I think back to the story and all I can remember are things that irritated me. Definitely not the author's finest.

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