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We Met in December

“Curtis has a gift for capturing complex emotion and both romantic and platonic intimacy. The witty dialogue, loyal friendships, and endearing romance are sure to capture readers’ hearts."
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Rosie Curtis was born in the Highlands of Scotland, and now lives with her family in a 150 year old house by the sea in the north west of England. She loves travel, happy ever after stories, and daydreaming. Her favourite book character is a toss up between Anne Shirley and Jo March. Rosie also writes adult and teen fiction as Rachael Lucas.

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Einband Taschenbuch
Seitenzahl 400
Erscheinungsdatum 05.11.2019
Sprache Englisch
ISBN 978-0-06-296456-4
Verlag Harper Collins (US)
Maße (L/B/H) 19,6/13,7/2,7 cm
Gewicht 288 g
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Housemates, Actually
von einer Kundin/einem Kunden aus Wien am 29.01.2020
Bewertet: Format: eBook (ePUB)

The story is not especially original or creative, but it is just soo sweet and cosy and really really nice to follow Jess and Alex through London. The whole book felt kinda "London-ish", in a good kind of way. My only real complaint is that the ending was way too short. After a year-long build-up, only a few sentences and a shor... The story is not especially original or creative, but it is just soo sweet and cosy and really really nice to follow Jess and Alex through London. The whole book felt kinda "London-ish", in a good kind of way. My only real complaint is that the ending was way too short. After a year-long build-up, only a few sentences and a short epilogue was definitely a let-down. I also would have liked to get to know more about Jess' work at a publishing house. She doesn't tell a thing about it. From Alex we get at least glimpses of his work, but mostly it's only that he is totally knackered after yet another night-shift. Instead the author really focuses on their relationship with each other, and also with other people. Which is also fine with me. I felt comfortable in their company!