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A Christmas to Remember Paperback – 11 Oct 2014
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Carrie was a main character I liked instantly. Frustrated with the lack of direction in her own life, Carrie is approaching her last job as a nanny. She loves spending time with other people’s kids but more than that, she wants her own. She wants to settle down in her own perfect little family and make her own life better, instead of helping everyone else. But you know, she does a pretty wonderful job at helping other families. Carrie’s so caring and considerate – I couldn’t help but love her character. But what made me connect with Carrie the most is that I could relate to her so well.Read more ›
A Christmas to Remember is a wonderful holiday story about love, life and learning to say yes to the things that matter most in your life. I absolutely adored this novel, it’s the perfect holiday romance!
Carrie Blake has been a nanny for ten years and although she adores caring for children, she yearns for the one thing she hasn’t managed to find yet; a family of her own. Although Carrie is an expert at caring for children, her own personal life is a mess. At 33 she has no semblance of a social life, spends all of her time with children and hasn’t had a romantic interest in ages. Where will she find the time to meet her match if she never spends time with other adults? Carrie turns to self-help books to try to organize her life and ease her anxiety. ‘With children, Carrie was a natural – but in her own life, she felt helpless. When it came to her personal life, Carrie felt as though she could never quite get it right.’ ‘Perhaps that was why she read so many of her self-help books. She was always looking for a way to make her life work.’
When she takes a job with a new boss Adam Fletcher, Carrie decides this will be her last job as a nanny before she figures out what she’s going to do with her life. As she begins to care for Adam’s children, Carrie knows in her heart that she needs to not only change the behavior of his children, but that Adam needs some adjustments too. Will she be brave enough to tell him what he needs to hear? ‘His two children and that lovely house were there, just waiting for him to make memories, and it seemed that he didn’t even realize it.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I really loved this book. A lovely story line and it was nice to have Ali and Robert mentioned from the story Coming Home for Christmas.Published 3 months ago by Mrs Elizabeth A Booth
An excellent read, I would definitely buy more like this. Even the mention of snow made me timgle. Descriptions of everything were spot on.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
I loved the book and once I got started, I couldn't put it down. A good recipe of romance, family and kids, with a hint of humour and reality. Read morePublished 4 months ago by dancingdory
I loved the story but thought it was a bit long winded and I skipped quite a lot of the story, but I still enjoyed the plotPublished 5 months ago by Pauline Dragonetti
Easy reading Christmas rubbish..entirely predictable. Not much characterisation but has a feel good factor. What else is there to say!Published 5 months ago by chris
Very good read nice Christmas book hard to put down lovely ending would recommend to anyone enjoy people happy ChristmasPublished 5 months ago by miss diane edney