A Yorkshire Christmas

A Yorkshire Christmas Wealthy New York City girl Claire Lindell isn t looking for a Christmas miracle or happiness when she abruptly decides to hole up for the holiday at her godmother s cottage in a little Yorkshire villa

  • Title: A Yorkshire Christmas
  • Author: Kate Hewitt
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 214
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Wealthy New York City girl Claire Lindell isn t looking for a Christmas miracle or happiness when she abruptly decides to hole up for the holiday at her godmother s cottage in a little Yorkshire village, and lick her wounds from a near disastrous romantic decision After her car skids into a snow bank, Claire may have accidently found her perfect Christmas and the family aWealthy New York City girl Claire Lindell isn t looking for a Christmas miracle or happiness when she abruptly decides to hole up for the holiday at her godmother s cottage in a little Yorkshire village, and lick her wounds from a near disastrous romantic decision After her car skids into a snow bank, Claire may have accidently found her perfect Christmas and the family and love she s craved when she offers Noah Bradford of Ayesgill Farm help to push the back end of one of his sheep out of the icy mud, even if she s going to ruin a brand new pair of Prada boots during the rescue What s a little leather when love s on the line

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    1. 3.5 Winter's Beauty and Open Hearts Stars * * * 1/2This was a treat in transporting me to place I have never been. By reading all the books I do, one of the perks is travel of the mind. In this book, I went to Yorkshire, England and experienced a Christmas with the feel of cold, earth and joy the joy of two people meant to be together.There were two people who, although lived very different lives, had deep connections emotionally. Both had thought to love out of loneliness and need. He paid the [...]

    2. 3 - A real home. A real family. A real Christmas. Stars.A Yorkshire Christmas reminded me a little bit of the film The Holiday except Cameron Diaz doesn’t travel to the UK from the US, Claire Lindell does, and she doesn’t bump into Jude Law, but instead sexy and solitary farmer Noah Bradford. Add into the mix that he is a single father, who has just had his young daughter unceremoniously dropped on his doorstep for Christmas, and you have a Christmas novella match made in heaven!”She’d c [...]

    3. For me A Yorkshire Christmas has the feel of the move The Holiday Claire is Cameron Diaz leaving New York for a week over Christmas to spend in Ledstow a small village in Yorkshire she wants a quiet Christmas on her own in her Godmother's cottage to escape her parents and her problems.Noah is Jude Law he's a sheep farmer who live's a life of solitude hiding from his past mistakes he has a daughter who he only see's for a couple of hours each Saturday, they have not got the easiest of relationshi [...]

    4. I am a Yorkshire woman. How could I not read this book. I see it as a duty and Kate Hewitt has brought a sweet, touching, festive novella with characters to love and a setting that is beautiful, homely and everything that is rural Yorkshire. It's made me want to jump in the car and go for a drive to the Yorkshire Dales because I'm lucky enough to be able to do so.I could've read a full length novel. I so wished it had been as it captivated me from the off. Yes everything is condensed and happens [...]

    5. Rich New York City girl Claire decides she wants to spend Christmas alone, so heads off to spend a few weeks in her godmother Ruth's cottage in the village of Ledstow in Yorkshire. She hasn't made any Christmas wishes and doesn't expect any Christmas miracles to take place, she just wants some time alone. Some heavy snow soon alters her plans when she meets Noah, a sheep farmer who owns the farm next door to the cottage where Claire is staying. He's led a totally different life to Claire and has [...]

    6. Three and a half stars.A lovely little story about Claire who runs away from her family and job in the USA to spend Christmas alone at her godmother's cottage in Yorkshire after an undisclosed 'incident'. Unfortunately she ploughs her hire car into a snow drift and is walking to get help when she comes across a local farmer, Noah, trying to rescue a sheep which has become stuck in the mud. In return for her help with the sheep Noah agrees to help Claire get her car out of the drifts. Then, when [...]

    7. A Yorkshire Christmas had all the warm, fuzzy feelings I've come to expect from holiday novellas. I liked Claire and Noah and how they found comfort in easing each other's burdens. The moments they shared with Noah's young daughter Molly were especially heartwarming. Despite all that, something felt missing when it came to Claire and Noah's ~romance. Maybe it was the insta-ness of it or because it didn't feel all that romantic, more along the lines of two lonely people making a much needed conne [...]

    8. 3.5 StarsA Yorkshire Christmas was such a sweet Christmas story. I found myself wishing I was snowed in with a sexy Englishman. Hey a girl can dream! Claire Lindell wants to get away from some bad romantic choices she has made lately. Hiding out at her godmothers Yorkshire cottage sounds like the perfect way to spend her Christmas, all alone. Fortunately, Claire’s plan doesn’t work out like she had planned. Putting her car into a snow bank leaves her to walk on foot during a snow storm to he [...]

    9. I´ll be honest, usually if there is a book in my BookBub newsletter with a title containing Billionaire or any of the like under the romance category - as well as many books in the romance category in general - I stray far away. I have had some serious prejudice against them and when I saw this offered for free on kindle a while ago (and without millionaire/billionaire in the title!) I decided to give it a shot.It turned out, I was right and wrong.Starting off, the book is said to be 220-ish pa [...]

    10. This was a sweet romance set at Christmas time. New Yorker, Claire, travels to Ledstow, England for a quiet Christmas and promptly gets stuck in the snow. She then meets the owner of Ayesgill Farm, Noah, when she helps him rescue a stuck sheep. Later, Claire rescues Noah when his 8-year old daughter Molly comes for an unexpected holiday visit. Together the three bond and rescue each other from the hurts in their lives. It was all very light and sweet and told at a good pace. It was a very nice h [...]

    11. This is a light Christmas story that can be read in under an hour. I wanted to be transported to Yorkshire and Kate Hewitt came through with this romantic story. The stars are Claire Lindell and Noah Bradford. She’s a New York City girl wanting to escape a bad love life and a disaster of a life situation. She heads to Ledstow England to spend Christmas alone at her godmother’s cottage.While driving in a blinding snowstorm she skids off the road and becomes stuck in a snow bank. Now she has t [...]

    12. This was just the story I was looking for and hadn't found. A Yorkshire Christmas is an adorable and sweet story about two people who had been through bad situations and in finding each other, find the way to let go of their baggage and connect. The fact that's it's all set in a snowy town around Christmas time just made this story even better.I enjoyed the main characters (Noah, Claire and Molly) and how in spite of the short time, I believed their connection. Stories about a couple falling for [...]

    13. What a great little Christmas romance! I read this in one sitting and it left me with a smile on my face :)Noah and Claire meet in the middle of a snow storm when her car drove into a snow bank and she runs across him walking toward her Christmas vacation cottage. Claire is running from a horrible breakup and Noah is sort of a recluse on his sheep farm. They end up spending Christmas together with a little push from (view spoiler)[Noah's daughter who unexpectedly comes to stay with him during th [...]

    14. This was a rather short novel and pretty predicable, but I liked the lightness of it. That's what Christmas books are for.

    15. Second in the Christmas Around the World romance series and set in Ledstow, Yorkshire. The couple focus is on Claire Lindell and Noah Bradshaw.My Take This was a cute, (short, as it took just over an hour to read) sweet romance with a conflicted couple, and I liked the twist on how Hewitt had them meet.I did prefer Noah to Claire. Noah is an honorable guy with a lot of baggage, and Claire's arrival provides the catalyst for changes. Now, Claire…she's got issues too. Most of them caused by her [...]

    16. This review was originally posted on Between My LinesAre you looking for Christmas cheese and cheer?  Well welcome to the wonderful world of Christmas books.  They are as fun as any Hallmark Christmas movie, and ideal for jumping into the festive zone.  A Yorkshire Christmas by Kate Hewitt is a perfect example of the type of book I'm talking about. First Line of  A Yorkshire Christmas by Kate Hewitt "How to have a perfect Christmas." My thoughts on A Yorkshire Christmas by Kate Hewitt This [...]

    17. Title: A Yorshire ChristmasAuthor: Kate HewittPublisher: Tule PublisherSeries: Christmas Around the World # 2Reviewed By: Arlena DeanRating: 4Review:"A Yorkshire Christmas" by Kate HewittBook Description."Wealthy New York City girl Claire Lindell isn’t looking for a Christmas miracle or happiness when she abruptly decides to hole up for the holiday at her godmother’s cottage in a little Yorkshire village, and lick her wounds from a near disastrous romantic decision. After her car skids into [...]

    18. When New York City girl Claire needs to escape from a complicated love life, she chooses to run to Yorkshire in England, to stay in her Godmother's little cottage. It's in the middle of the countryside and will give her the peace and tranquility she needs to get over what happened back home. What she doesn't expect is to arrive to masses of snow and to run her hired car off the road in the middle of nowhere. Two miles from the cottage, she decides to get there on foot (not dressed for the weathe [...]

    19. Hewitt took me completely across the world with this one. Her vividly intricate descriptions of the countryside and farm life allowed me to join her characters in their Christmas joy. At the same time, this unique story kept me captivated. I really felt for these characters. Their joy and their sorrow was so easy to feel coming out of the pages of this story.The strong yet vulnerable characters are so real and realistic. I appreciated how Hewitt developed certain aspects of their characters abov [...]

    20. Ok!This is the first book I have read by this author and I don't think it would be the last. I bought A Yorkshire Christmas, so when I got to 50% and it ended, I was a little disappointed, because I thought I had a whole lot of the story to go. Some would say you got two stories for one, but if I wanted the second book I would have bought it. That is the criticism for this book, because I actually enjoyed Claire and Noah's story. It was exactly what a Christmas book should be. I would have like [...]

    21. Great holiday readI chose this book for the obvious reason that its a Christmas book and its almost Christmas. This story is your typical woman running from her mistakes, goes on vacation and meets the perfect man. Pleasantly predictable and well written, its a great quick holiday read.

    22. A pleasant, heart-warming story about the miracle of christmas, yet it mostly manages to stay on the level of reality & credibility, which is a refreshing change compared to those poorgirlmeetsmillionaire stuff out there. It is also an easy & relaxing read. I liked it a lot.

    23. This is going to be incredibly difficult to rate. The writing is lovely, the characters believable, and the plot just as plausible.I started reading in bed, got to nearly the 50 mark on the kindle and planned to read the rest later. But there WAS no 'later'The story comes to an abrupt end at exactly 50%.I felt cheated. This could have been much longer, much more detailed, much more fulfilling. Instead I was left feeling angry.I don't mind stories that end at the 90% mark - fair enough, but a sto [...]

    24. ***copy provided by publisher through NetGalley***Dejected after a near-brush with disaster in her personal life, Claire Lindell has flown to England to spend a solo Christmas in her godmother's cottage in Ledstow, YorshireBut her car slides off the road in a snowstorm, and there's no one around to help, but Noah Bradford, who also needs Claire's help to save one of his ewes from a ditchAnd then some.The only thing I liked about this book was the setting; the sleepy, snow-covered Yorkshire villa [...]

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