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One Charmed Christmas by Sheila Roberts

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Book Title One Charmed Christmas
Author Sheila Roberts
Publisher Mira Books
Publication Date September 29, 2020
Format Paperback

An enchanting new Christmas novel from USA TODAY bestselling author Sheila Roberts, brimming with hope, love and humor.

Catherine Pine is hoping her Christmas is a bit more jolly than last year’s. That one was her first without her husband, and with her kids and their families absent this year, she’s worried.

But things change when her good friend invites her on a Christmas cruise to lift her spirits. Suddenly every day is an adventure and she’s making a bunch of new friends, including the lovable Sophie Miles.

It’s like a gift from Santa when Sophie and Catherine meet the charming Dr. Rudy Nichols, a perfect match for hypochondriac Sophie.

But he comes with a two-legged lump of coal, his guard-dog daughter. And then there’s chocolatier Trevor March, who’s also interested in the scrumptious Sophie.

Can he convince her that chocolate is the perfect cure for what ails her? Who knows what Santa has in store for these holiday travelers? Anything could happen this charmed Christmas!


Additional information

Weight .23 kg
Dimensions 20.32 × 13.46 × 2.29 cm


    November 9, 2020
    I requested this book, because I have read other works by Sheila Roberts and have enjoyed them all. She does a wonderful job of making you feel like you are a part of the story and the characters stay with you. Christmas and traveling are my favorite, so I was excited to get my hands on this book! Sheila Roberts makes you feel like you are on the cruise right along with the characters. It is the perfect escape from the real world.
    November 9, 2020
    I enjoyed reading this book. I loved the cast of characters and how they all seemed to become a good group of friends. I have to say I did not like Athena but as the story went along and you understood her feelings she was not a bad person. I loved Trevor and that he owned a chocolate shop was an added bonus. As for Catherine I felt bad for her that her kids were not involved with her much. Even after they found out about her being sick it just seemed like she was an afterthought. I would love to see a second book with this to see how the characters are doing.
    November 9, 2020
    A heartwarming Christmas story that will make you laugh and cry. A very hard book to put down and I loved every minute of it and was so sorry it ended. Very well written with amazing characters that draw you into the story. A must read for the Christmas season!
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