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Christmas In Icicle Falls By Sheila Roberts

Happy Wednesday Everyone :)

I hope you're all having a great week so far.

Mine hasn't honestly been the greatest as I'm still fighting off this nasty cold, but I guess on the positive side it's given me lots of time to catch up with my neverending TBR Pile.

Friday is my hubby's birthday, and I'm just hoping I'll be over it before then as I'm really looking forward to celebrating his special day together.

However, in the meantime I'd love to share with you guys about one of the fabulous books I finished while I was in bed sick with this cold a few days ago. And as you can tell by the title of the review, that is of course Christmas In Icicle Falls by Sheila Roberts.

I've really come to love this series in the last year or so, and Sheila Roberts has definitely made her way onto my favorite authors list. I'd been both anxiously anticipating and dreading this book at the same time, as I definitely didn't want to see this beloved series come to an…
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Unfortunately, I've had a crazy couple of weeks again lately, and so it took me much longer to finish this book than I anticipated.

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