In order to spend a quiet Christmas all by herself, Claire heads to England to stay at her godmother’s house. Her plans are turned completely upside-down when a snowstorm leaves her stranded and she’s rescued by sheep farmer Noah. Things get even more complicated when Noah unexpectedly has to keep his 8-year-old daughter Molly over Christmas and Molly wants Claire to spend her Christmas with them.
A Yorkshire Christmas is a very predictable novella that ends exactly how you want it to. It is total brain candy and very simple, but sometimes that’s a good thing. Also included in the book is a bonus novella, Falling for Christmas. I kind of felt like I was reading the same story a second time, just with slightly different characters, a few details changed, and the child removed from the story. There were a whole lot of typos throughout. If you want a romantic mind vacation, A Yorkshire Christmas is a decent choice.
3 (out of 5) Stars
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