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    Made me smile and look forward to Christmas

    I love romantic comedy and this one is a delight, although I thought it had a slow start at first. Sadie, the heroine, is in her early thirties, stuck in what should be an exciting job but ... isn't. She is the assistant to a famous and difficult portraitist (photographer) but he is in a slump, and her duties have devolved to picking up his laundry and sending flowers to his serial dates. Sadie begins to look for another job where she will be more involved with art. Once Sadie and Damien, her boss, get out of the office the story really picked up. Not to spoil too much, but there was a visit with a creepy (possible) serial killer that Damien was considering phographing. Later on, when Damien was at loose ends for Christmas, Sadie took him to her family home, before they visited his family for New Years. I loved her town! It was on the end of a causeway and was cut off from the mainland after the tide rose. The town really went all in for Christmas, and I had to laugh at her family's Christmas celebrations. I particularly loved the part where they went to see a Christmas movie at the old fashioned the snow ... in their elf suits. This is one I know I'll re-read, particularly around Christmas. Thanks to the publisher Boldwood Books and Netgalley for allowing me to read and review this book. These are my own opinions.

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