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    Great read

    Christmas on Cape Cod is a novella that is a spin off of The Gin & Chowder Club by this author. Because of that there seems to be a bit missing in the character development but not so much that it takes away from this very enjoyable story. Asa coleman and his son Noah are just getting their footing as Asa gets the feel of being a single dad. In hopes of starting their own traditions Asa plans a trip to Cape Cod for the holidays. Asa invites his best pal Maddie along for the holiday fun. Perhaps it's the amount of time they spend together or just Christmas magic but Asa begins to see Maddie in a different light. Then when it's time to open presents the real magic begins. Quick fun festive read that I think everyone will enjoy.
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    An enjoyable read

    What's not to love? It's the most magical time of the year and also happens to be my most favourite holiday. I love any story that is cantered around Christmas; it’s a time for family and friends to get together and celebrate life.       This was a fun, quick read and one I thoroughly enjoyed. I liked Nan Rossiter’s style of writing and felt as though I was a part of the magic of Cape Cod. Sometimes you can’t see the wood for the trees. Single, Asa Coleman is learning to be a dad to his son Noah with the help of his best friend Maddie Carlson. Maddie is in love with Asa but he has no clue. I did feel as though I was missing their back story, their history and found out after reading that these characters first appeared in The Gin & Chowder Club so perhaps in hindsight I would read that book first. Don’t get me wrong it was enjoyable but it would have been even more so if I had read it. As Asa, Maddie, Noah and Asa’s parents begin the Christmas celebrations, Asa is desperate for his first Christmas with Noah to be unforgettable. Full of family traditions, This was a festive and sweet story that will get you in the mood for the holiday season. Cape Cod sounds like a beautiful place to live or visit and I found this story to be full of hope, love and family; of strength and determination and all in all a heart warming read.
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