TWW’s Book Review: Christmas on Capecod by Nan Rossiter

Week 1: January 1 – 7, 2012 Christmas on Capecod

I know I am reviewing a leftover from Christmas, but I couldn’t let this one pass. Nan Rossiter has done a wonderful job dealing with a sensitive issue portrayed in this story. Asa Coleman and his son Noah are headed home to spend Christmas with his parents and his best friend Maddie Carlson. Maddie is completely in love with Asa and has for a long time. But Asa has his hands full with Noah. Their relationship is a special and complicated one. I don’t want to give it away too much, but let’s just say it is worth the read. Even if just to escape for a little bit during the holidays, it’s worth it. You’ll even learn to make Glug! Rating:

Wishing you all moments of great reading!

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2 thoughts on “TWW’s Book Review: Christmas on Capecod by Nan Rossiter

  1. Hi Susan,

    Thank you for the great review! The Christmas story is actually a short sequel to my first novel, The Gin & Chowder Club, which details much more about Asa and his family. If you're interested, I'd be happy to send a copy.

    Thanks again!

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