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    Absoloutley beautiful

    What a gorgeous winter romantic read. I loved this book so so much, its funny, charming, romantic and its made me smile and laugh all the way through and made me feel so happy! I will be reading more of Rosies books in the near future!
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    This is a warm, inviting book

    When Danish Clara arrived in the little village of Yulethorpe she never expected to be staying, nor running a toy shop, but that’s exactly what she ends up doing after the toy shop owner, Louise, ups and leaves for Spain and Clara offers to house/shop and animal sit for her. The village has seen a decline in visitors and a lot of the shops are now empty, but Clara has a vision to make the toy shop wonderful again, and to bring in more customers and tourists to the area using the Danish way of life – Hygge. When stressed out Joe, Louise’s son, finds out that his mum has left and there is a stranger looking after the shop, he believes that Clara is only after his mother’s money and takes time away from his busy London office (not his job though as he’s glued to his phone), to see what is going on. The two don’t exactly see eye to eye, but Clara decides to take on another mission, help Joe learn to relax the hygge way. Will she be successful on both accounts? First off, I must say that I love the cover. Not very often that I mention the cover in my reviews, but it is so inviting I couldn’t resist reading ‘The Hygge Holiday’. Clara is a sweet young woman who is carrying a lot of guilt with her, thus making her want to help others out, and always see’s the best in people. Joe is a workaholic. He lives, breathes and sleeps (or not), his city job, dealing with billions of pounds contracts. He does have a soft, but he is forever pushing it deep inside, him not wanting to show it. The story has a lovely array of secondary characters too, including, Gavin and Craig from the village pub, Clara’s new tired friend, mum Lauren, and even battleaxe Roz – the character you’ll love to hate. However, there was one character that had me laughing though out, Lady CaCa, Louise’s parrot. Imagine a parrot that comes out with movie quotes all the time, especially ones at inappropriate moments. This is a warm, inviting book that I was so hooked to I ended up finishing it in the early hours of the morning, not realising how long I had been reading for. It will make you feel all warm and cosy. It is a book that from the beginning you have an idea where the author is going to take you, but the journey to get there is just wonderful.
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    A great escape

    I really needed to read this book, it gave me something to look forward to
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    Enjoyable

    Under blankets thanks to a winter bug, this enjoyable book kept me entertained. It had that warm, cosy feel and I loved reading about Clara, the change she made to more than one life~and the change that was made to hers! Lovely read any time of year.
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