Clara’s Christmas Magic by Rosie Green

Christmas In A Book

Clara’s Christmas Magic by Rosie Green is the most charming contemporary festive offering. It is part of the Little Duck Pond Café series but can be read as a stand-alone.

This really is Christmas in a book. The reader’s heart swells with all the delightfully delicious descriptions. Rosie Green uses her masterful pen to show us the festive period in New York – we ‘experience’ the dazzle of the shops, the hustle and bustle, ice skating in Central Park and so much more. The whole book comes alive and envelops the reader in festivities.

Kind hearts make new friends. Kind hearts also practice sacrificial love. Kind hearts see the need in others and puts them first.

Family is important. A character searches for a long lost relative, hoping to close the circle before it is too late.

All the characters are wonderfully drawn. The love reaches out to encompass the reader in a hug.

Dreams are important. It is always good to have a dream to pursue.

I absolutely adored Clara’s Christmas Magic. It was everything you could hope for in a festive offering, and so much more.

I received a free copy via Rachel’s Random Resources. A favourable review was not required. All opinions are my own.


Clara’s Christmas Magic

The festive season is fast approaching but with the challenges facing Clara, it looks like being anything but the most wonderful time of the year. Can she somehow find the strength to meet those challenges head-on and find her way to the perfect, happy-ever-after Christmas?

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Author Bio – Rosie’s series of novellas is centred around life in a country village cafe. ‘Clara’s Christmas Magic’ is Book 3 in a trilogy about Clara. It would make for the best reading experience if you caught up with the others first: Book 1, ‘Clara’s Secret Garden’ and Book 2 in the trio, ‘A Winter Wish’.

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