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Cold Feet at Christmas by [Johnson, Debbie]
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4.1 out of 5 stars 283 customer reviews

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‘Fun, sexy and fabulously festive, Debbie Johnson's escapist romance travels from snow-capped mountains in Scotland to the glamour of 21st century Chicago. I enjoyed every minute of it.’ – Best-selling author, Jane Costello

***** ‘I fell in love with this book…the chemistry practically jumped off the pages and into my living room. This is the first book that I've read from this author but I know that I'll be keeping a close eye out for her in the future.’ – For the Love of Books

‘A comedy delight…hilarious character, good plot and great world building! This is a definite read for the holiday season.’ -
Mandy Bookworm

‘The characters brought so much life to the story that I read it all in one sitting.’ – She Read

About the Author

Debbie Johnson is a best-selling author who lives and works in Liverpool, where she divides her time between writing, caring for a small tribe of children and animals, and not doing the housework.
She worked as a journalist for many years, until she decided it would be more fun to make up her own stories than to tell other people’s. After trying her hand at pretty much every genre of writing other than Westerns and spy dramas, she has settled on women’s fiction that seems to make people laugh and make people cry, often at the same time.
Her books include The Birthday That Changed Everything, Pippa’s Cornish Dream, and Summer at the Comfort Food Cafe, all published by HarperCollins. She also ghost-wrote model and presenter Abbey Clancy’s debut novel, Remember My Name.
Follow her on twitter @debbiemjohnson, or at www.facebook.com/debbiejohnsonauthor – but be warned, she mainly talks about dogs.


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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2175 KB
  • Print Length: 200 pages
  • Publisher: HarperImpulse (6 Nov. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00NKY0TAE
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 283 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,733 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Christmas wouldn't be complete without a delightful romantic comedy. 'Cold Feet at Christmas' has all the ingredients for the perfect romantic trifle. Leah and Rob are vivid characters, so easy to visualise. The remote, snowbound cottage is the quintessentially festive setting. This is sprinkled with laugh-out-loud humour and sizzling romantic chemistry that makes you long to be stranded in a snow drift.

What comes next when Christmas gives way to New Year is alternatively frustrating and amusing. Leah realises Rob is far more emotionally damaged than he seems on first acquaintance. Rob denies his feelings for Leah. He hides a deep sadness and lack of self worth that threatens any future they may have. Gentle humour mitigates the poignancy. Leah is a 'glass half full' girl and even though she has more than her fair share of emotional baggage, she retains her optimism. This is refreshing and gives the reader hope she can make annoyingly, confusing yet sexy Rob see that she is the key to his future.

here are no major surprises in the story but this is part of the charm of romantic comedy and the ending is nicely done.

Be sure to put this festive cracker on your Christmas list.

I received a copy of this book from Harper Impulse via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
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Firstly, I'd like to say a big thank you to the publishers Harper Impulse for providing me with a digital copy of Cold Feet at Christmas by Debbie Johnson, via NetGalley, in exchange for a fair and honest review. I'd also like to thank the author Debbie Johnson for this very naughty, very enjoyable story which I'm about to review!

I saw a couple of negative reviews for Cold Feet at Christmas, which I suppose put me off a little bit at first, after all, I do take my blogger friend's reviews into consideration, but I also like to begin every book that I read with a blank slate so that those reviews won't influence my own. I don't think it's fair for book-bloggers to follow other book-bloggers, each to their own and all that. I was a tad worried about admitting that I enjoyed this one, but after a while I thought to myself, "Do you know what? To hell with it! YES I enjoyed this book, YES I enjoyed the naughtiness of it, and YES I'm prepared to have baguettes thrown at my face because of this. Ah well, a famous person once said, "No two people ever read the same book" (I can't remember who this was, I'll find out later on), but how bloody right was this person?

Seeing as the title was Christmas focused, I had geared myself to be thrown into the festive season with some force. I guess my first moany point would be that it wasn't that Christmassy. There was no Christmas dinner, no talk of presents and, despite there being mountains of snow outside and a minus-degree temperature, I still felt as though something was missing to really get me into that wonderful Christmas mood. But, and this is a big but, there is a reason for this.
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With the title of this book being what it is I felt it was a good book to read for the season. It did have me gripped from start to finish although it's probably not as christmassy as the title suggests.

Leah runs away from her wedding after finding the groom in a compromising position with the bridesmaid and still dressed in her wedding attire the get away car gets stuck in the snow in the middle of nowhere. She spots a cottage with a light, by this time freezing and on the point of hypothermia and falls into the arms of a rather gorgeous stranger, Rob.

The chemistry between Leah and Rob is sizzling and naturally I needn't tell you what goes on in that cottage between these two. The atmosphere and tempo of the story changes markedly when these two head off to Chicago and at this point the story does turn rather serious and less lighthearted fun. Rob himself turns into a rather unpleasant character and there were times I really wanted to knock some sense into him. All ends well though in time for another Christmas :)

Really good book by Debbie Johnson, plenty of good dialogue and narration. Leah herself was a very likeable character in difficult circumstances but with lots of optimism in her approach to life.
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Firstly thank you to Harper Impulse for accepting my request via Netgalley. As soon as I saw the cover and read the blurb I knew I had to read this book.

We start of on Christmas Eve in snowy Scotland. Leah has just ran out on her wedding after finding her fiancé and her bridesmaid in a rather compromising position. The car of course runs out of petrol. Leah had only grabbed her purse and nothing else. Still dressed in her wedding dress and wearing her ridiculous high heels she realises she needs to make it across a field to a small cottage she can just about see.

I really liked Leah, she is feisty and strong but she is also a bit damaged. There are things from her past that she beats herself up for which are not her fault.

Once Leah finally makes it across the field she knocks on the door and passes out on the delectable Rob Cavelli. Rob Cavelli is gorgeous. He is sexy and hot and I tell you if I pass out I would love for him to be the one to catch me. Rob has holed himself up in this remote cottage in Scotland on his own at Christmas. Why you ask? well you will have to read the book for that but I can't think of a worse way to spend Christmas. Rob like Leah is also damaged, he too beats himself up for things that happened in his past that were not his fault.

There were a lovely array of supporting characters in this book. I really liked Mamma Cavelli, while she may have been a bit of a medler she had good intentions. Now If I couldn't pass out on Rob Cavelli my second choice would most definitely be his brother Marco, hot and sexy and all things naughty.

Debbie had me gripped from the first few pages of this book. The opening scene was so funny and I honestly didn't want to put it down to get off the bus to go to work.
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