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Holidays at Crescent Cove

3.52 of 5 stars 3.52  ·  rating details  ·  100 ratings  ·  14 reviews
From the acclaimed author of Beach Colors come two fabulous stories of holidays spent by the beautiful shore.

Thanksgiving and Christmas are all about friends, family, and good food. But this year, the holidays will truly bring the residents of Crescent Cove home.

Thanksgiving at Crescent Cove

Amidst visions of turkey and pumpkin pie, sweet Grace is ready to greet Thanksgivin
ebook, 288 pages
Published December 11th 2012 by William Morrow
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I love sweet holiday stories so I looked forward to reading this story. I first read Beach Colors followed by Stargazey Point and Stargazey Nights. I had read several book in between these stories. When I read the first few pages and found that I was reading about a carousel and the reopening of the boardwalk, I became confused with the town in Stargazey Point which had a dying town and the restoration of a carousel. I straightened this out in my mind and continued with the story about Thanksgiv ...more
I was looking for Christmas stories, and found this free book. The people in this book had all had hurtful things in their lives. Bri tells David, that Crescent Cove is a good place to settle, and to be healed. There are two little adopted girls from China. David had practiced Medicine in war zones, and he was burned out, and felt he had not made a difference. Bri had been in an accident, which left her with a limp, and ended her modeling career. The members who had returned to this town, all ha ...more
Shelley Noble has written a wonderful short story for the holidays. This story follows the characters from Beach Colors. We get to share Thanksgiving and Christmas with them.
Grace has just pulled off a win to preserve the Crescent Cove boardwalk area for historical preservation. She and her friends go off to celebrate when a newspaper is left on the table revealing that days headline. A case from Grace’s past that affected both her legal career and her family appears in the paper. Now a
Good quick Christmas read.
This is the first book I've read by Shelley Noble, and I'm not sure I like her style. It felt like the characters weren't defined enough and didn't develop fully throughout the story. I also felt as if the both the novellas had an ending that left something was as if the story wasn't finished. Maybe read it if you've got nothing else and a few hours to spare, but it wouldn't be at the top of my list.
I really liked the authors book Beach Colors, and had hoped for a sequel. This is sort of a sequel in that we revisit the characters and the story goes forward. Somehow both Grace and Bri's stories felt rushed and unfinished. I had really been hoping that the author would make this into a trilogy, but I wanted more than what I got.
This follows the wonderful book called Beach Colors. This could be as good, but it is not complete enough. It is about Thanksgiving with one of the characters from the other novel, and about Christmas with another. Both are great beginnings for a longer novel. I hope Shelley will write it.
As a quick trip back to Crescent Cove from Beach Colors this is a pleasant revisit to characters you wondered about. Why are covers so wrong?
Unfortunately I read this book before Beach Colors. I should have read it after but that didn't keep me from loving it. The characters are great.
A very nice sequel to "Beach Colors". It tied up the stories of the two best friends in two novellas.
Lisa (Fic Talk)

A solid 3 stars for a really lovely compilation of novellas. Full review to come soon.
Disappointed in the lack of development and follow through from the first book.
Light hearted fiction. Pleasurable
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Shelley Noble is a multi published fiction author whose books have been translated into seven languages. She writes women’s fiction as Shelley Noble and is also the author of several amateur sleuth mystery series, written as Shelley Freydont.

A former professional dancer and choreographer, she most recently worked on the films, Mona Lisa Smile and The Game Plan. She also consults on various dance a
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