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Snow in April pdf Snow in April, ebook Snow in April, epub Snow in April, doc Snow in April, e-pub Snow in April, Snow in April ad1e8287aea When You Read A Novel By Rosamunde Pilcher You Enter A Special World Where Emotions Sing From The Heart A World That Lovingly Captures The Ties That Bind Us To One Another The Joys And Sorrows, Heartbreaks And Misunderstandings, And Glad, Perfect Moments When We Are In True Harmony A World Filled With Evocative, Engrossing, And Above All, Enjoyable Portraits Of People S Lives And Loves, Tenderly Laid Open For UsCaroline Travels To Scotland, Hoping To Make Contact With A Brother She Hasn T Seen For Years, And Return In Time For Her Wedding To The Man Her Strong Willed Stepmother Thought So Suitable Then A Sudden Snow Strands Her In An Isolated House With A Young Man Recovering From Tragedy Both Are On The Brink Of Terrible Mistakes, But Perhaps They Can Save Each Other

10 thoughts on “Snow in April

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    Meh, this was no way near as good as Coming Home or Winter Solstice or Shell Seekers.

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    My rating 2.5 of 5 starsCaroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there After an unfortunate accident in a blizzard leaves the two stranded, they meet a man named Oliver living nearby who takes them in.I ve heard lovely things about Rosamunde Pilcher s books, most especially The Shell Seekers, but I made the decision to pick up Snow in April for one important reason it satisfied the April, May or June in Title square on my Bookish Bingo card hahaha Okay, I m sure that s a horrible reason but this was still a light, fluffy read that I enjoyed for the most part Snow in April was written in 1972 so switching from a modern mindset is necessary as most of the goings on are fairly ridiculous.It reminded me a lot of a soap opera with the constant dramatic shenanigans yet was lacking in the steamy goodness that you d typically expect with a soap opera or a trashy romance novel It had the feel of a guilty pleasure type novel just minus the whole point of those types of novels don t lie to yourself, the steamy scenes are the only reason we read trashy romances The romance is very simple and develops QUICKLY even though Caroline is engaged to be married But her husband Is her step mothers brother Plus Caroline is 20 and he s 33 Was that a thing in the 70 s or something because no.So Caroline travels to Scotland, gets stranded and is cared for by the supposed to be I didn t see it swoony Oliver At one point in her two day visit, she starts feeling sick and refuses to eat dinner, attributing her sickness to her impending nuptials and nerves Oliver proceeds to force feed her spoonfuls of soup as Caroline literally sobs during the whole thing That was such a wtf moment because, you know, she only just met this man who just barged into her bedroom and tried to choke her with soup It was just laughable, not swoony There s also of course the requisite girl that s interested in Oliver and she begins fearing that Caroline is getting in the way of her happily ever after because she can totally tell he likes Caroline a lot after 2 days so she sets out to run her out of town.Snow in April is no literary masterpiece but it s 245 pages with extremely large font to boot that managed to entertain me on a quiet Saturday night There might not have been any swoony goodness but there is a happily ever after and those are enjoyable to read every once in a great while.

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    Empec el libro muy bien, aunque es corto, la historia ten a buena pinta, pero a medida que iba leyendo le ha ido faltando chicha y el final ha sido todo muy r pido y soso.

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    Not in the same league at all as her famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much Highly recommended for anyone who needs cheering up by a real happy ending.

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    Rosamunde Pilcher s books are primarily about relationships between people It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal It is clear that people don t think about their lives until they are faced with the reality The good guys are not great heros They are just people Conversely, the bad guys are not terrible, horrifying people They are people trying to get what they want and making bad decisions People, in Pilcher s books, are doing the best they can These qualities make her books seem really real to me.Snow in April is a 1972 book, so the smoking is still quite prominent, as it was in Another View Another thing I like about Pilcher s books is the people have very civilized seeming lives Snow in April opens with Caroline in the bath before she dresses to go down to dinner It would be so lovely to be able to come home from work, have a bath, change and go downstairs for a drink followed by dinner The delicious description of the bathroom makes me want to go there right now and take a bath.Pilcher is the writer who made me want to eat cassoulet I don t even know what it is in reality, but her descriptions of the dish makes my mouth water.Very entertaining books.

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    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can t help loving her lovely little stories of English life She s very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forget The longer ones The Shell Seekers is the one everybody knows are absolutely wonderful I ll probably read them all every seven years or so for the rest of my life.

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    A bit like a Hallmark Channel movie, but not too syrupy Nice clean romantic fluff I enjoyed.

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    I don t know why I love Rosamunde Pilcher so much Her heroines are always young, put upon, and vulnerable They are often engaged to the wrong man, as with this one Her heroes are nice, strong, and sensible The books are not really humorous or suspenseful But these domestic family dramas again, not really Dramas with a capitol D like Pickles as in Predicaments are charming, warm, and cozy A very nice romance is always the centerpiece And the endings are very satisfying They are just lovely They create a world usually in Scotland that you just want to live in, and as long as the book lasts, you feel like you do This is not my favorite but I still really liked it The heroine, Caroline, was really stupid about her health, and made some really bad decisions, which the hero, Oliver, chewed her out for Her stupidity is my main complaint Everything else is why I love Rosamunde Pilcher Before I move on to another audio book author, I must read another one I just can t let that world go just yet.

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