- File Size: 1059 KB
- Print Length: 403 pages
- Publisher: HQ Digital (December 1, 2017)
- Publication Date: December 1, 2017
- Sold by: HarperCollins Publishers
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0746LMB1G
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #194,538 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Winter At Cedarwood Lodge: A perfect heart-warming romance for 2018! Kindle Edition
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I had such fun with Winter at Cedarwood Lodge. It’s full of lively, interesting characters, a mystery to solve, distancing of families to heal and some delightful love stories to warm the heart. The central figure here is Clio who once upon a time left her small home town of Evergreen for the bright lights and cut throat antics of life in New York City, Manhattan specifically. She worked hard, created her career, and was successful… right up until she made the huge mistake of giving advice to a hesitant bride. That decision, unlike her really for she knew better, cost her everything for nothing is as vindictive as a bridezilla who will make anyone else the villain in her own horror story. Clio will head back home to regroup and redirect her life. When the ruined mess of the old Cedarwood property goes up for sale she jumps at the chance to realize a childhood dream. With a dream in mind, a focus to achieve a goal and far too deep in debt, Clio will now set out to take the Cedarwood hotel property back to its original glory – with visions of celebrations, destination weddings and much more dancing in her imagination.
But not everyone wants to see that happen. There is a mystery surrounding the Cedarwood and Clio will face some challenges as she sets out to renovate this property… surprisingly from someone closest to her. Now she simply has to get this new business up and running before her dream location turns into a nightmare she never expected. It’s a good thing she’s got lots of friends on her side… and maybe a bit of a love interest as well.
Love in the air, a mystery puzzle to solve and a dream to realize that is some of what you’ll find within Winter at Cedarwood Lodge. I enjoyed myself in this world full of interesting characters and tons of romance going on. I believe you’ll find an enjoyable holiday story with characters you’ll be cheering on to their happy ever afters.
*I received an e-ARC of this novel from the publisher via NetGalley. That does not change what I think of this story. It is my choice to leave a review giving my personal opinion about this book.*
Clio is having a great time with her created family, however, with her real family things aren't going so well. Clio and her mother are having problems and Clio doesn't know what's the cause of her mother's distance. Clio wants nothing more than to make things right, but her mother isn't willing to share any feelings and keeps her secrets. Will Clio ever find out the truth and which role does her lodge play in her mother's reluctance to bond with her daughter?
Winter at Cedarwood Lodge is a wonderful heartwarming story. Clio is kindhearted, generous and friendly. She wants to make everyone around her happy and she will do anything for the people she loves. Her personality is truly amazing. I especially enjoyed reading about Clio's relationship with her friends. Their adventures put a big smile on my face, I love a cheerful feelgood story. Rebecca Raisin knows exactly how to set a fabulous atmosphere and her stories truly sparkle, which is something I like a lot about her work.
Cedarwood Lodge is a fantastic setting. It's welcoming and cozy. It's a place with character, which combines well with the quirky personalities of the main characters of Winter at Cedarwood Lodge. I like a good winter story, it's a lovely time to read about and Rebecca Raisin skillfully uses everything that makes the season great to make her story come to life. To balance the sweetness and light there's a nice layer of depth due to Clio's family history, which brings the exact right amount of seriousness. I really loved this terrific romantic, charming, entertaining and fun book and highly recommend it.
The premise was good, it just made me think that if there were so many errors in this book, do I really want to read anymore from her? It would have been nice if she had done a bit of research before writing the book.
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