5 thoughts on “Christmas At Timberwoods

  1. At first this book really had potential to be great. I started this thinking it was a fluff romantic Christmas book, and quickly realized it was not at all.

    Timberwoods Mall is being threatened. A note was sent saying that the mall would be blown up by a psycho. At the same time Angela, a girl who has visions , is also trying to warn everyone that she can see this happening. The beginning of the book goes by quickly and I like the fast pace.

    After a short while, though, things get awfully confusin

  2. Review: This was a wonderful book that had a totally different premise than I expected. Instead of a lighthearted Christmas book this one had darkness, a mystery or two to be solved and a lot of angst interspersed with the holiday spirit that tried to shine through and many times did. Angela was a misunderstood only child of parents who had no time for her especially her mother who was climbing the social ladder and didn’t want Angela’s visions and melancholy holding her back. Angela’s visions a

  3. It takes a lot to make me give a book a 1 star rating. I have tried to write, and I know how hard it is, but this author needed to try a little harder. To be fair I only managed to read the first 100 pages and then I skimmed the ending to see if there were any surprises. There weren’t. There are so many things wrong with this book that I almost don’t know where to begin. How about we start with the three point of view changes in one page? That’s not at all confusing or unnecessary. Then there ar

  4. What a terrible book. When I bought it I was apparently charmed by the blurb on the back, which promised what sounded like an interesting, fun holiday read. What I got when I started reading was poorly executed prose, flat, whiny characters who speak to each other with badly written dialogue, and an overall plot that’s listless and is essentially revealed (yet not at all) in the first fifty pages.

    This is one of the most poorly written books I’ve come across, and I’m totally sickened by the fact

  5. This is one of the Christmas fiction novels I won from a contest Christmas in July.

    When I looked at the cover and even read the description of the book I thought I was going to be reading a light hearted Christmas novel. I was wrong. It’s about a young emotionally unstable woman who has visions and this Christmas Angela Steinhard has a premonition that the shopping mall where some of her artwork is displayed will be bombed on a busy shopping day Christmas Eve. She reports this to security at th

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