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Christmas Deliverance (A Novella) By Amanda Egan,

  • Title: Christmas Deliverance (A Novella)
  • Author: Amanda Egan
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 124
  • Format: None
  • It s that time of year again and the Willoughby family think they ve got everything wrapped up.Each concealing their own issues, they return to widowed mum Maggie to play at happy families.But an unexpected delivery challenges their perceptions of one other and of themselves.Grab a mulled wine, snuggle up by the fire and share a family Christmas with a difference.BecauseIt s that time of year again and the Willoughby family think they ve got everything wrapped up.Each concealing their own issues, they return to widowed mum Maggie to play at happy families.But an unexpected delivery challenges their perceptions of one other and of themselves.Grab a mulled wine, snuggle up by the fire and share a family Christmas with a difference.Because Christmas doesn t always deliver what you want but sometimes it might be just what you need.
    Christmas Deliverance A Novella It s that time of year again and the Willoughby family think they ve got everything wrapped up Each concealing their own issues they return to widowed mum Maggie to play at happy families But an unex

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    1. Why have I not read this author s work before For I already have a couple of her books sitting on my to read list and just never got around to them until this one And that s only because it s Christmas and I m currently reading through my festive tales at the moment, so without this incentive to pick up Christmas Deliverance then I might have missed out on finding a new author to me that I can really relate to in terms of her brilliant down to earth writing style I thought the premise of the nov [...]

    2. I have been a fan of Amanda Egan s since meeting her on Twitter after I bought her first book, Diary of a Mummy Misfit Since then I have bought everything she has published on publication day Stilettos and Stubble sits in my Kindle waiting to be read and I have never been disappointed Christmas Deliverance is no exception either Egan s tell it like it is style is abundant within the pages of this novella, marinated in a big Christmas dollop of realism and seasoned with humour The story tells the [...]

    3. Christmas is the time for family to get together, share presents, and have a happy reunion.Amanda Egan tells the story of widowed Maggie and her adult offspring Sophie, Oscar, Lucy and Giles and their issues The family come together at Christmas out of duty rather than choice and each has their own unexpected surprises to bring to the family gathering.One event sees the family having to pull together, share their surprises and make decisions for their future The rose tinted specs are off for th [...]

    4. Amanda Egan s Christmas Deliverance is a very nice fast read perfect for the Christmas Season She does an excellent job of introducing her characters allowing the reader to empathize with each one before bringing the ensemble together Equipped with an understanding of each character, the reader is better able to enjoy the family interactions The plot at times is somewhat predictable, but that did not detract for the story as a whole.The Londoner Amanda Egan does a great job contextualizing Briti [...]

    5. Maggie Willoughby has something she s been keeping from each of her four children Seems like three of her four children are all hiding something as well Then there s Sophie with her own mess of a life Same as every year since their father had died, Giles doesn t show up to his mom s house for Christmas, always with something pressing, so he says The others dutifully show up at mother Maggie s though It s during this event that a special gift is left upon her doorstep While I liked this story, I [...]

    6. A Christmas family feel good story I haven t read anything by this author before but shall be looking out for Ideal holiday reading.

    7. This is a fun little Christmas read with no religion or soap box lecturing Just a mixed up self centered family who find themselves at Christmas It s short, simple and sweet.

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