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There’s no better time than now to curl up and get cozy with one of the most popular writers of fiction today. In Christmas at Timberwoods, an unforgettable, action-packed tale of lives connected and hearts entwined, beloved #1 New York Times bestselling author Fern Michaels brings white-knuckle suspense to the season that already has Heather Andrews, the security manager at Timberwoods Mall, on edge. As if hordes of frazzled shoppers and grouchy Santas aren’t enough, the famous mall’s talented display designer Angela Steinhart has had a troubling premonition that a tragedy is headed their way on Christmas Eve. Heather might not be feeling as alarmed as she is if it weren’t for the fact that more times than not, Angela’s premonitions have an uncanny habit of coming true!
Lex Lassiter, Heather’s young, handsome boss, fears his lovely employee could be in over her head and begins working by her side to stop an imminent disaster, even as they both acknowledge their growing desire. But as the countdown to Christmas begins, it will fall on Heather to gather all her courage and wits to prevent someone from turning the season of joy into a holiday of heartbreaking devastation.
Softcover Book : 368 pages
Publisher: Kensington Pub Corp ( September 27, 2011 )
Item #: 13-427499
Product Dimensions: 5.25 x 8.5 x 0.83inches
Product Weight: 10.0 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
This book had a good,life like story line.I enjoyed it very much.I will most likely reread this book again next christmas season.As by then,i will not remember entirely what the book is about from cover to cover.I would recommend it.
Although this book didn't deal with Christmas magic,it was still an exciting read! It made me thankful for all the good things about Christmas , and aware of how fast those things could be taken away!
I was dissapointed in this "Christmas Book". Did not come to me as very Chrismassy at all. More of just some mystery. Some of the story was good but I wish I had gotten from the library instead of paying for it. Will probably never re read.
Reviewer: chris m
I enjoyed the book, it was very true to real life, and it turned out O.K.
This reminded me of the Final Destination movies. It is similarly alike. I, too, thought it would be a traditional, wonderful Christmas tale like Christmas is meant to be but was dissapointed. Sure, I was hooked in some spots. Enough so I would finish the book. However, I wish I got it from the library instead.