Christmas at Claridges

Christmas at Claridges

Book - 2013
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This was where her dreams drifted to if she didn't blot her nights out with drink; this was where her thoughts settled if she didn't fill her days with chat. She remembered this tiny, remote foreign village on a molecular level and the sight of it soaked into her like water into sand, because this was where her old life had ended and her new one had begun. Portobello-- home to the world-famous street market, Notting Hill Carnival and Clem Alderton. She's the queen of the scene, the girl everyone wants to be or be with. But beneath the morning-after makeup, Clem is keeping a secret, and when she goes too far one reckless night she endangers everything-- her home, her job and even her adored brother's love. Portofino-- a place of wild beauty and old-school glamour, and where a neglected villa has been bought by a handsome stranger. He wants Clem to restore it for him and it seems like the answer to all her problems-- except that Clem has been there once before and vowed, for her own protection, never to return. Claridge's at Christmas. Clem is back in London working on a special commission for London's grandest hotel. But is this where her heart really lies?
Publisher: London, Eng. : Macmillan, c2013
ISBN: 9781447232520
Branch Call Number: SWAN
Characteristics: 509 p. ; 24 cm


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Aug 19, 2016

Super book, loved it. Great holiday read.

May 01, 2015

A very enjoyable read. Looking forward to reading more books by this author. Love the cover, too!

LivinInVic Mar 15, 2014

This book is an excellent read. Following along with Clementine's adventures is really fun. Since I picked up the book, I can't stop reading it, I can't put it down. This is very good!!

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