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Trading Christmas / The Christmas Basket / Shirley, Goodness and Mercy

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Trading Christmas

On December 24, a crowded train is taking holiday travellers home for Christmas. But because of a snowstorm, this group of strangers ends up spending Christmas Eve together, stranded in a small train station. Despite the cold and discomfort, they create an impromptu celebration that reminds them all what Christmas really means...

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Paperback, 272 pages
Published November 1st 2012 by Harlequin Australia
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Michael
Feb 13, 2015 Michael rated it it was ok
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Oh dear what a mess. I set about wanting to read all three stories but after amazing myself by getting through the first one i changed my mind. The one i did read Trading Christmas centres on Emily who is stricken with greif after finding out her only daughter Hannah will not be joining her at Christmas. After getting little support from friend Faith she decides to go across the country to suprise Hannah. Responding to add from a man in Boston it is decided they will swap homes for the weekend ...more
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A bit too sappy for my tastes. I listened to this book, the reader compounded the sappiness....wanted to gag at times.
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