Christmas in Cornwall / Mrs. Marcia Willett
Description: 320 p.
Publisher: Thomas Dunne Books, 2012.
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- ISBN: 9781250003706
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|Summary:|| Countless readers around the world have been captivated by Marcia Willett's inspiring novels about family, friendship, and love. Now, in "Christmas in Cronwall, "a timeless and heartwarming novel set in Cornwall, England, Willett illuminates the strength of the families we choose and the power that Christmas has to change us all. Following his wife's untimely death, Clem moves to Cornwall with his five-year-old son, Jakey, to be closer to Clem's mother, Dossie. Clem knows that he has to be strong to keep his family together, but raising Jakey without his wife is harder than he ever imagined. As Clem and Jakey settle in to life in Cornwall, they become close to the jovial group of nuns at the local convent. With a new woman in their lives who loves both Clem and Jakey, they start to build a new life filled with joy and happiness. But when an unexpected event threatens to destroy their way of life, will everyone still be together next Christmas? Beloved novelist Marcia Willett's gentle and compassionate holiday tale will touch the hearts of parents and grandparents everywhere, and this story about the magic of Christmas is destined to be a perennial holiday favorite for years to come.
Willett, Marcia. "Christmas in Cornwall /." Thomas Dunne Books, 2012.