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  • A wonderful addition to this series

    Once again we are in Willoughby Close in the town of Wychwood-on-Lea in the Cotswold's and once again it is the character that make the story This one in parts feels a little off putting but that is mainly due to the wonderful writing that depicts the main characters in all their misery At the age of forty Belinda ‘Lindy’ Jamison has finally been able to live her dream and she has opened a dancing school and one of her clients is Roger Wentworth and bachelor in his forty's also. Lindy has long given up on romance and Roger never thought romance would be for him after all he is shy and socially inept. When a connection happens between them will they at long last find a love that allows them to step out from behind their walls You will have to read to see

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  • Cute Holiday Read!

    This is a cute holiday Christmas read. It is about two people that become friends and both begin feeling more but both are too afraid to come forward. Roger and Lindy are just so adorable together. I really enjoyed their story. I voluntarily reviewed this book in exchange for an honest review.

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  • Enjoyed

    I have read women’s fiction, historical fiction and romance written by Kate Hewitt but no character of hers has become so endearing from the first page as Belinda ‘Lindy’ Jamison in Christmas at Willoughby Close, third book of the Return to Willoughby Close Series. Then there is Roger Wentworth who is quite the opposite from Lindy. Her cup is always half full as she says, while it seems as if Roger’s is always half empty. An odd friendship starts up between them as she teaches him ballroom dancing. The author takes two different characters working her magic to bring them together. Yes, Roger is smart but awkward while Lindy is a smart, shy, not afraid to be a dreamer chaser person. Still they work together in this story. One of the things I like best of these books is that the characters are average people. They are not without issues that any of us could have or know someone who has them. They are not the most perfect heroes and heroines, still ones to be admired for not giving up, trying every day and working out their own happiness. I can thank Kate Hewitt for these book friends in a place she has created that I would love to visit. An ARC of the book was given to me by Tule Publishing which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Loved it

    Kate writes wonderful stories I will look forward to more

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