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Footsteps in the Snow and other Teatime Treats by [Ashley, Trisha]
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4.3 out of 5 stars 86 customer reviews

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1199 KB
  • Print Length: 93 pages
  • Publisher: Avon (6 Nov. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00KFEH0WM
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 86 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #50,611 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Anne TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 6 Nov. 2014
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This is a book of very short stories. It is it, in fact, a very short book – even though the entry on Amazon shows 400 pages I think that at least one third of those must be the preview of the author’s next novel which has not yet been published.

All of these stories have been published in magazines in the past and I can understand that the author wants to bring them together and release them in this way. Unfortunately, the stories are so short that they don’t offer the opportunity for the author to display much of her storytelling skills and her wry look at life which are her trademark. All of the stories are elegantly written and beautifully done but none of them are particularly engaging and none of them read like a Trisha Ashley story – they could be written by almost any good romance writer.

I read this book in less than an hour and I don’t feel cheated because it was sold at a very cheap price (99p at the time of writing this review) – what I feel is slightly disappointed. I love this author’s work and I particularly like her unique look at life and her rather abrasive humour – none of that is really demonstrated in the stories. I would not have purchased the stories had they not been written by this author but the stories don’t reflect what I have come to understand to be her style of writing.

If you want a quick and delightful book of romantic short stories then this is the one for you but if you want a book of stories particularly written by Trisha Ashley then you too may be disappointed with this book.
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I was slightly disappointed in this. I have read several of Trisha Ashley's books and find them good light reading for times when I don't want anything too deep. I was aware that this was a collection of short stories, but wrongly assumed that they would be a bit longer than they actually are. Each story is just a few pages long, there is no time for characters or plots to be developed. OK to read over a coffee, but I wouldn't have bought this particular book if I knew how short the stories were, or how few there are. A large proportion of the book is given over to a preview of Ms Ashley's next novel due for publication next year. To be fair the information did say the short stories had previously been published in magazines, I should probably have worked out from that that they would be 5 minute reads.
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By Damaskcat HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 20 Jan. 2015
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This is an entertaining collection of eleven short stories - all Christmas themed - together with the start of the author's next novel 'Creature Comforts'. The stories can be read at a sitting and each one is ideal to read if you have a few minutes to spare even if it isn't Christmas. The author has also included her thoughts on the madness of the 'must have' idea of Christmas where people are trying to make their houses and their Christmas lunches resemble a magazine feature. Sometimes the best Christmasses are those which take the least preparation and the least expense.
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the book is a collection of very short stories, all published previously in magazines, some Christmassy, some not at all. Although I found the usual style I love, I was disappointed to find that about a third of the book is a prequel of Trisha Ashley's next book, making this book actually really quite short.
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This is perfect reading whilst travelling on the tube or bus when you don't really have much time and you want to read something from start to finish but don't want to read a paper.

My favourite stories were:

Melting Moments: - Katie has been set a condition by her fiance, David for setting a wedding date - she has to go to fatbusters meetings and lose weight. While attending these meetings she comes across an artisan's chocolate makers shop where she secretly indulges in a little treat after every meeting raising her spirits. She loses weight but does she still want to go ahead with this wedding when her fiance sets an unreasonable condition for marrying her and who is the lovely man with the liquid brown warm eyes (just like chocolate)? read this to find out . I am a chocaholic so loved reading this story.

Breaking the ice: - Following an argument Rosemary moves out of her boyfriend's place and into a caravan. She discovers that he has gone to see his family for Xmas/New Year so decides to move back in temporarily so that she can keep warm without his knowing. Whilst at his place rescuing some bird she slips, the ice cracks and she falls into freezing water. Her ex-boyfriend helps her out , he returns back home early because his nephews/nieces have mumps and unexpectedly rescues his girlfriend. He is a modern day Heathcliff so couldn't resist loving this one either.

Some of the other stories, I found just as I was getting into them they came to an end but then what did I expect these are called short stories for a reason :)

Perfect for the season.
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I am a great fan of Trishas but found this collection of short stories so very disappointing. Seem to just have been rattled off without a great deal of thought, hope Creature Comforts will be back to Trisha' s usual high standards
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I wasn't sure that I would enjoy the short stories as much as Trisha Ashleys full length novels but I was wrong. A thoroughly enjoyable selection of short stories. I would heartily recommend this to everyone and it also contains the first three chapters of creature comforts.
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