Christmas at the Vicarage

Christmas at the Vicarage It s been fifteen years since Rosamunde last lived at the vicarage in Potter s Cove the pretty coastal village where she grew up experienced her first true love and a heartbreak that changed her lif

  • Title: Christmas at the Vicarage
  • Author: Rebecca Boxall
  • ISBN: 1503948404
  • Page: 441
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s been fifteen years since Rosamunde last lived at the vicarage in Potter s Cove, the pretty coastal village where she grew up, experienced her first true love and a heartbreak that changed her life forever But now Potter s Cove is calling her back it s time to make peace with the past and go home.Rosamunde s return to the vicarage in the days before Christmas is a wh It s been fifteen years since Rosamunde last lived at the vicarage in Potter s Cove, the pretty coastal village where she grew up, experienced her first true love and a heartbreak that changed her life forever But now Potter s Cove is calling her back it s time to make peace with the past and go home.Rosamunde s return to the vicarage in the days before Christmas is a whirlwind of festive cheer and heartwarming reunions with friends, family and her loving father, the vicar And while seeing the old place after all this time stirs painful memories of long ago grief, it also reminds her of all the love she left behind Fifteen years ago she vowed never to let herself be vulnerable again but now that she s back she s not so sure Is it possible that real happiness could strike than once Spanning three decades of family life, Christmas at the Vicarage is a warm, feel good tale that examines what it means to love and to lose and to be brave enough to try again.Revised edition This edition of Christmas at the Vicarage includes editorial revisions Get A Copy Kindle Store StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryIndigoAlibrisBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Or buy for Paperback, 239 pages Published November 17th 2015 by Lake Union Publishing first published October 12th 2014 More Details ISBN 1503948404 ISBN13 9781503948402 Other Editions 5 All Edi

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    1. Rebecca Boxall

      Rebecca Boxall was born in East Sussex in 1977 and grew up in a bustling Vicarage always filled with family, friends and parishioners She now lives by the sea in Jersey with her husband, children and cats She read English at the University of Warwick before training as a lawyer and also studied Creative Writing with The Writer s Bureau Rebecca s first three books all made it to bestseller statu Rebecca Boxall was born in East Sussex in 1977 and grew up in a bustling Vicarage always filled with family, friends and parishioners She now lives by the sea in Jersey with her husband, children and cats She read English at the University of Warwick before training as a lawyer and also studied Creative Writing with The Writer s Bureau Rebecca s first three books all made it to bestseller status and her latest release The Christmas Forest is a festive novella sure to appeal to fans of her previous books For information please like Rebecca s Facebook page facebook christmasatthevicarage or go to her website rebeccaboxall I was inspired to write by Rosamunde Pilcher, my favourite writer, whose books I ve re read a million times There s something so gentle and soothing about her books and I wanted to try to pen something similarly feel good, but with drama too They always say write about what you know and so I decided to focus on Vicarage life as I grew up in a village parish as the daughter of an eccentric vicar When my dad was diagnosed with terminal cancer it was the final push I needed to write a book based on life at a Vicarage, with a character inspired by him the vicar He read the book in draft but sadly died before it was published I hope you enjoy the book If you do, I d be massively grateful if you d consider leaving a review Thank you

    376 thoughts on “Christmas at the Vicarage”

    1. 4.5 sAs Rosamunde s flight from Perth, Western Australia touched down, she was keen to get to Potter s Cove, her home not far from London, where she d fled from fifteen years prior She knew it was time to return she badly needed to see her dad, the Vicar, and her sister Rachel who now lived in London Rosamunde was also looking forward to catching up with her best friend Kizzie Christmas wasn t far away, and she knew it would be a rush of festivities, but Rosamunde was looking forward to it 4.5 s [...]


    2. I thoroughly enjoyed this nice easy Christmas romance.When Rosamunde returns home to the Vicarage in the quaint little English coastal village of Potter s Cove, after a fifteen year absence, she finds herself feeling settled than she expected and becomes quite reluctant to think about her return to the city life.Her father welcomes her with open arms and encourages her to relax and enjoy her stay for however long it might be.This is the place where she grew up and where her beloved father, I tho [...]


    3. I accepted a review copy of this book on NetGalley, and being 25% into it, I have decided to DNF it because of two reasons 1 The title and the synopsis made me think that this was going to be a cozy Christmas read that would get me in the mood for the holidays I was sad to realize that half of this book takes place during summer which does not get me in the mood for Christmas at all 2 Being 25% into the book I still don t get what the point of it is Maybe that will be revealed later, but I accep [...]



    4. This is a beautifully written debut novel by Rebecca Boxall It s set in a lovely village in Devon at a picturesque vicarage.Rosamunde has returned after being away for fifteen years We follow what led to her leaving and staying away through alternating tales set in the past and the present.The Christmas feeling flows through the book as Rosamunde catches up with her friend Kizzie and goes shopping with Benedict It gives you a warm feeling The cover of the book gives such promise and you eage Thi [...]


    5. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Silly me I was deceived by the cover and title of this book into thinking it might be a cozy read In the first 80 pages the vicar gets so drunk he has to be carried home, the protagonist s married sister confesses to having multiple lovers, a young man cancels his wedding because he discovers he s gay, and two teens jump into bed together.Parts of the book were lovely and British, but they weren t enough to keep me h [...]


    6. This book was a bit of a disappointment for me There were plenty of good reviews for this book but for me, I feel like it needed For a book that professes to be about Christmas, there was a surprising lack of holiday cheer Christmas seemed like it was just background noise and I don t think that it added anything to the over all story or plot This book could have taken place at any other time of the year and I actually forgot that Christmas was even happening because it so rarely appear This boo [...]


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