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A Slice of Life Christmas

Narrated by: Gail Shalan
Series: A Slice of Life, Book 1.5
Length: 56 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary

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Summary

It's Christmas and there are wedding bells ringing around Coulter's Restaurant as they prepare to celebrate Rosalie and Michael's wedding. But the bride is hiding something, a secret that she won't even share with her fiance, and that secret has Rosalie calling off the wedding. Can Grace, her best friend, intervene in time to save Rosalie from making the biggest mistake of her life?

©2013 Margaret Lake (P)2013 Margaret Lake

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  • Jordan T
  • 30-12-19

The importance of togetherness.

While this book may technically be #1.5 in the Slice of Life series, it feels a bit more like it should be #2.5 or #3.5. While I was able to understand the story, I feel that it would've been clearer and more enjoyable had I read A Slice of Life first. Based on this book, though, I don't think I'll find myself reading the first book in the series. It just didn't really hook me and there are so many books in the world. All of that being said, it was a nice story of the importance of togetherness and seemed to more or less have a HEA ending. Gail Shalan's narration was okay, but not my favorite. She did give different voices to different characters though, so that was a definite bonus!

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  • Felecia Harris
  • 22-11-19

where do I begin

the narrator sounds like a child. the story is juvenile. the author knows nothing about African American men our culture. the most interesting character was the little girl, Mandy. it was a waste of time.