Roses in December

Rated 3.50/5 based on 4 reviews
29-year-old Candice Michelin heads to Chaucer, North Carolina, to meet the Desrosiers family, who will host the nuptials for her sister's wedding on their rich, mountainous, French-inspired Estate.

Candice eagerly awaits the time of day when she can eat with her pampered pooch, Peppermint, but with the introduction of the groom's brother, Henry, Candice may be the one who finds true love... More
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Words: 74,270
Language: English
ISBN: 9781310167058
About Katie George

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Review by: Artbeat on Sep. 11, 2014 :
The story was interesting at first but sometimes it got really confusing.Some words were used out of context or were completely the wrong words altogether! I agree about the religion being not worth a mention if the heroine is not going to live her life according to her beliefs. Also she seems to be angry all the time and without much of a reason! I'm now thoroughly bored with it all and don't care who she ends up with.Sorry it was nice of the authorto make it available for nothing, but seriously, a proofreader is really needed.
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Review by: sherin249 on July 20, 2014 :
I really liked this book. A very sweet romantic story.
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Review by: hrhsophia on July 15, 2014 :
I was getting whiplash at the turns this story kept taking. Talk about having way too many options! Three men were a bit much. I am also confused as to Candice's beliefs in relation to God. Without throwing stones it just seemed as if very little was done with her faith in mind and it did not seem as if that applied to her close circle. Which begs the question why mention it at all. The dialogue was a bit much for me, the whole southern belle, black woman, latina vernacular a bit too stereotypical for me. As a woman whose girl nights look like a UN convention this is really annoying to me personally.
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Review by: Aria on April 19, 2014 :
Overall a nice read.
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