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Cornish farmer, Noah Penwarren is sworn off city girls, especially deceitful ones. Posy Carmichael is a city girl through and through. When romantic sparks start to fly will Posy’s secret end their Easter romance before it’s even begun?
Kindle Edition, 60 pages
Published March 22nd 2012 by Astraea Press
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Reviewed by: JoAnne
Book provided by: publisher
Review originally posted at Romancing the Book

There were only a few characters in the book but others were alluded to. Posy was a bubbly personality who always saw the bright side of things. Noah, a farmer, had a more pessimistic view of life especially after his broken engagement to a city girl. His sister, Emma, also had a large role in the story.

The story took place in Cornwall, England where Noah’s farm and his family’s campground was located. He...more
Arlena


Author: Nell Dixon
Published by: Astraea Press
Age Recommend: 14+
Reviewed By: Arlena Dean
Raven Rating: 5
Blog Review For: GMTA
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"Easter Holiday" by Nell Dixon was a cute and sweet romance novel. Posy Carmichael's occupation was a journalist for The Outdoor Life Magazine and had been given a Easter holiday assignment that required that she do a review on a campground located on the High View Farm in Cornwall.


The funny thing about this assignment was that Posey had never been camping. She was...more
Tifferz
Easter Holiday is a fun, sweet and heart warming romance with a few bumps along the way. I liked Noah right off the bat. He is so real and a good guy. Posy is a city girl on her first camping trip. I was laughing so hard when Posy was wearing high heels to go camping. This is a clean romance filled with just kissing and no swearing. I only wish Ms. Dixon would write book two. I want to see how things play out with Posy and Noah. We are left with a happy ending but I would like more.
Suzanne
I was pleasantly surprised that when the book opened with a city girl heading out to the country to camp for the holiday the rest of the book wasn't all about her troubles camping on her own. Although Posy is initially portrayed as a city girl unable to hold her own we find that she is anything but that. Noah, who comes to her rescue that first day, also finds himself surprised when his sister invites Posy out with them for dinner that evening. Not only is she smarter than he thought but he find...more
Silvana
Posy is a city girl and she is a journalist. Her boss gives her task to writing about High View Farm and for that reason she goes to camping there in Cornwall.
When she arrive near camp to pass a tractor she stuck the car, but there is the tractor driver Noah who helps her and show her the way to the camp. Actually Noah’s sister Emma is owner of the camp and no one knows why Posy is here. Noah and Emma are hospitable and kind with her not only as a guest in the camp but they have become friends...more
Gina Hott
Hott Synopsis:
Noah can’t help but grin as he pulls the city girl out of his hay field. He may have chucked when she got out to to help in her heals. But when he saw her pepto-bismol pink tent he laughed right out loud. This city girl plans to camp for a whole week? By herself?
Someone obviously needs to talk some sense into her — but it absolutely won’t be Noah. He’s sworn off city girls – especially the gorgeous ones – since his fiance walked out.
If only he could stay away.

Hott Review:
I ADORED e...more
Ena
ENA'S REVIEW
Another holiday related title with "Easter Holiday". The cover is ok and I think would appeal to the target market well enough.
Again as well as the holiday theme we still have the romance theme. Noah is the local cornish farmer who is suspicious and stand offish not wanting anything to do with city girls. Even though previous experience tells Noah to stay clear he is drawn to Posy. Posy is of course exactly what Noah doesn't want....well his head says he doesn't want but what does hi...more
JoAnne
To read my review on Romancing-the-Book.com click on the link below:

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then scroll down to the third review since it is grouped with 4 short reviews
Peni
Enjoyed this light read.
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