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Miracle at the Museum of Broken Hearts: A  Christmas Story by [Roland, Talli]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 266 KB
  • Print Length: 65 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Notting Hill Press (22 Dec. 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006LLBWFE
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 90 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #4,065 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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If you're looking to read something short and sweet with feel good factor and a subtle dose of karma, then look no further than this offering by Talli Roland.

At around 20,000 words, Miracle at the Museum of Broken Hearts is a short Novella, which, I imagine to be the right combination of length and depth to the plot and characters, to make it a light reading experience.

It is an easy read, perfect if you are commuting a short distance, having a coffee break or waiting for an appointment at the GP or Dentist. (It will take your mind off the latter...)

Without giving anything of the plot away, this book has a comfortable ratio of conflict/resolution and the promise of at least one 'happy ending'.

Yes... I would have liked to read more, and did feel that there may have been more to tell. Having read one of her longer novels, I am confident that, had Ms Roland wished to take that route, she would have done so quite capably.

That said Miracle at the Museum of Broken Hearts, was a refreshing sorbet, which cleansed the reading palette. Just what I needed following some of the heavier reading I have done of late.
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Does every relationship deserve a second chance?

When chief romantic Rose Delaney scores her dream job at London's quirkiest new attraction, The Museum of Broken Hearts, she thinks she's got it made. Sure, it's a little depressing dealing with relics of failed relationships each day, but Rose is determined not to let it break her 'love conquers all' spirit. After discovering the museum's handsome curator is nursing a broken heart of his own, Rose steps in to fix it. Can Rose heal the rift, or will this happy ending go awry?

Miracle at the Museum of Broken Hearts is a novella of 20,000 words.

I have to admit that I have all of Talli Roland's works on my Kindle, languishing with many other must read books whilst I work through my huge TBR pile, but this weekend I could not resist buying this novella. Well, I not only devoured it, I inhaled it. I loved the characters and the story flowed so well it fit like a comfy fluffy dressing gown. I adored Rose from the get-go, and instantly dismissed Gareth as a feckless, selfish git. Rose, being the romantic she was though, did not see through him as quickly as I did, but after working with the gorgeous curator, who not only smoulders and looks sexy in a suit, also smells like Christmas cookies. What more can a girl want?

I loved, loved, loved this novella and can't wait to read the rest. My only question is, how do I get my man to smell like cookies?

Rachel Dove, The Kindle Book Review
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This is a sweet story that I enjoyed reading over the New Year period. I am not a connoisseur of romantic fiction but greatly appreciated getting to know these characters and their world. The Museum of Broken Hearts was an intriguing idea and Rose, the main character, is easy to picture and to sympathise with and the whole is produced with a light touch and good humour.

The story is well-paced and structured and makes for ideal winter reading. Relationships are believable and intriguing, and I will absolutely read more by Talli Roland in the future.
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MIRACLE AT THE MUSEUM OF BROKEN HEARTS BY TALLI ROLAND

TUESDAY IS FREE BOOK DAY ON MY BLOG
each Tuesday i going to do a review for a book i got free from amazon as they have some great free books .
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All Rose needs is a Christmas miracle... or does she?

When chief romantic Rose Delaney scores her dream job at London's quirkiest new attraction, The Museum of Broken Hearts, she thinks she's got it made. Sure, it's a little depressing dealing with relics of failed relationships each day, but Rose is determined not to let it break her 'love conquers all' spirit. After discovering the museum's handsome curator is nursing a broken heart of his own, Rose steps in to fix it. Can Rose heal the rift in time for the holidays, or will this Christmas crush her fantasies forever?

WHAT I SAY
This is my first free amazon read post i pick this book as i enjoyed her other book so much i just reviewed Married by midnight . I did enjoy this novella too . It very well written i liked the setting of the museum . I like Talli writing style it very easy to read i will buy more of her books now this is a very nice short read it a very light hearted read . It got a nice paced to the plot . All the character were believable

Rose the main character i liked her soon much she very down to earth she got a nice scene of humour which she brings into the story so well she a very strong main character i just wanted to find out more about her . I did feel all the characters had so different personalities we did get to see the nice sides plus some of their flaws too .
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Really enjoyed this short sweet read. It has a novel setting, a sympathetic heroine and nice story. Well-written and fun, perfect for the season.
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