Snow in April

by Rosamunde Pilcher

I don’t know why I love Rosamunde Pilcher so much! Her heroines are always young, put upon, and vulnerable. They are often engaged to the wrong man, as with this one. Her heroes are nice, strong, and sensible. The books are not really humorous or suspenseful. But these domestic family dramas (again, not really Dramas with a capital D. More like pickles, as in predicaments.) are charming, warm, and cozy. A very nice romance is always the centerpiece. And the endings are very satisfying. They are just lovely. They create a world (usually in Scotland or Cornwall) that you just want to live in, and as long as the book lasts, you feel like you do. This is not my favorite but I still really liked it. The heroine, Caroline, was really stupid about her health, and made some really bad decisions, which the hero, Oliver, chewed her out for. Her stupidity is my main complaint. Everything else is why I love Rosamunde Pilcher. Before I move on to another audiobook author, I must read another one. I just can’t let that world go just yet. **4 stars out of 5**

Rating: 4 out of 5.

October 31, 2018

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