Nell Dixon is a Black Country author, married to the same man for over twenty-five years she has three daughters, a tank of tropical fish and a cactus called Spike. Winner of the RNA's prestigious Romance Prize in 2007 and 2010, she writes warm-hearted contemporary romance for a number of publishers in the US and the UK including Samhain Publishing, Little Black Dress, Astraea Press and Freya's Bower. Her latest titles include Animal Instincts, Just Look at Me Now, His Darling Nurse, Making Waves and its sequels, September Song and A Cornish Christmas.
A Cornish Christmasby Nell Dixon
Adam wants Meg to be more than a friend but Meg has her reasons for not wanting to move their relationship forward. It takes a stray dog, an emergency at sea and a touch of Christmas to show Meg her true feelings. See more details below
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Adam wants Meg to be more than a friend but Meg has her reasons for not wanting to move their relationship forward. It takes a stray dog, an emergency at sea and a touch of Christmas to show Meg her true feelings.
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Hott Synopsis: Stuck with an expensive concert ticket Erin reluctantly agrees to sell her extra ticket to one of the regulars she waits on at the cafe. Though she needs the money, Erin isn’t sure that she’s going to have much fun with her straight-laced patron. Dan really has a thing for the cute waitress but he’s not sure that he’s ready to one himself up to rejection again. Can he trust someone who appears more concerned about his clothes than him? Hott Review: What I liked: this progression of his story was cute. I really thought Erin was a but selfish and shallow in the beginning but was pleasantly surprised to like her at the end. What I didn’t like: The romance was a bit quick for me but it was just the beginning. More… Author: Nell Dixon Source: Astrea Press Grade: B Ages: 16+ Steam: Y/A
Makes you feel all Christmassy and happy. Loved the small coastal town setting and the realistic problems facing this couple as they turn friendship into romance.
This is a 35 page short story. It was a nice relaxing escape from the business of real life. Good to see Erin and her beau again. I liked the story line but would have apprecated a full novel with greater depth. This while series has the potential, in my opinion to have been full books rather than the short interludes
First time read by this author. I liked it. It reminded me of all the hometown/smalltown Christmases I had growing up including a parade. A puppy--who can resist? Approx 175 pages.