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    Very enjoyable

    Very enjoyable story about a group of people and centred around a Christmas tree farm. I liked the way the story was split into each person's part and clearly labelled so you knew where you were. It did take me a little while to get the characters straight, and who linked to who, but I once I'd got that sorted out in my head it was very clear. The main characters are Nina, Holly and Angie. Nina is 25 and works on the Christmas tree farm, and has done for the last 9 years. She very sadly lost her Father just before Christmas last year and now lives on her own in their house, as it was just her and her Dad. In her mind she is never going to celebrate Christmas again and is quite a sad character, although she is very good friends with Bram and Zach, the twin sons of the owner of the Christmas tree farm, and they are always trying to keep an eye out for her. Holly is a 16 year old trying to avoid the 'mean girls' at school who always taunt her. She has a best friend, Demi, and then gets involved with one of the most popular boys in school, Alfie, when he unexpectedly asks her out. I really liked Holly, she was a typical teenager but with a good head on her shoulders. Angie, as it turned out, is Alfie's Mum and left the family home (Angie, husband Nick and Alfie) at the beginning of the year as she wasn't happy in her relationship and looking for something 'more'. Angie and Nick have since got divorced, but now Angie has finally 'found herself' and wants to get back to her husband and family. Alfie definitely has feelings of resentment towards her, and very understandably so. I didn't like her at all, she ran off then expected everything to go back to normal when she decided she wanted to come back, taking control of her son's life and telling him what he should be doing, when she had hardly contacted him at all in months. A very selfish person that I really couldn't warm to at all. There were some interesting side characters too as the book progresses and we learn that one of Angie's friends is actually Nina's estranged Mother, so the characters and story starts to merge as the book goes on, and it all culminates in a Christmas Eve wedding at the Christmas tree farm which all the characters attend, either as guests or workers. Very clever ending bringing all the strands of the story together. And the additional epilogue was a nice touch. There were a couple of loose ends that I would have liked to know more about, what happened to the nasty teenagers causing major hassle at the Christmas tree farm, and more about Nina and her Mum, but I suppose it does always leave things open for a sequel. Very enjoyable book. I look forward to reading more by Erin Green.
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    A good read

    4 star review of The Magic of Christmas Tree Farm by Erin Green This is a book based around three main characters Nina, Holly and Angie and as the title suggest Christmas. I will admit that I got myself a tad confused on a couple of occasions All of them want to have the perfect tree for Christmas for varying reasons.However can a perfect Christmas Tree make up for an imperfect life? Nina who works at the Christmas Tree Farm and loves to help people find their perfect match.Trying to get over the death of her father Nina is trying to hold it all together but at what cost? Holly is a teenager struggling at school due to peer pressure when a popular guy becomes interested in her. Angie left her husband and son when she went through a crisis but now she wants them back The Magic Of Christmas Tree Farm is not just a sweet, festive read. Underlying issues and tensions abound and it was interesting to read as the three main characters and their life's eventually connected.
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