Laura Briggs. A Christmas in Cornwall. FREE. Kindle edition.
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Laura Briggs. A Christmas in Cornwall. FREE. Kindle edition.

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Found 12th Dec 2017
It's Julianne Morgen's first Christmas in the Cornish village of Ceffylgwyn, and life seems perfect. Her job as an event planner couldn't be better, she's beginning to feel at home despite being an American in a tiny English village, and her relationship with handsome English horticulturist Matthew Rose continues to slowly blossom from friendship to love.

But when an old flame of Julianne's appears on the spot, she finds herself tangled up in her own past. A grand charitable ball planned at Cliffs House for Christmas brings its own challenges to Julianne's world, along with a last-minute wedding in London. And when she learns that Matthew's former career in America has invited him back, she worries about what it means for their future together if he says 'yes.'


Product Details
  • Publication date: 18 Oct 2016
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01J9C6CYC

Length: 113 pages.
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Book 2 of 9 in A Wedding in Cornwall (9 Book Series)

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Pootled45 m ago

Welsh and Cornish are quite similar to look at.Ceffyl gwyn I think is a …Welsh and Cornish are quite similar to look at.Ceffyl gwyn I think is a place in Wales.



Actually, Cornish place names aren't that similar to Welsh. If you wan to make a up a Cornish name you really should start with Tre, St, Pen, Pol or Port. Won't go far wrong with those. I know of nowhere in Cornwall that starts anything like Ceffyl.

Just sayin'. I doubt the author has ever been across the Tamar.
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FloraNordin7 m ago

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That was one quick post referencing Cornwall.
Thought I would try another bit of festive slush.
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Pootled1 m ago

That was one quick post referencing Cornwall.Thought I would try … That was one quick post referencing Cornwall.Thought I would try another bit of festive slush.



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FloraNordin36 m ago

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yep, extra slush.
Thank you x
Odd that the author would choose a Welsh name for a made up Cornish village. Still, I'm sure they are really familiar with Cornwall none-the-less.
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Welsh and Cornish are quite similar to look at.
Ceffyl gwyn I think is a place in Wales.
Edited by: "Pootled" 12th Dec 2017
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Pootled45 m ago

Welsh and Cornish are quite similar to look at.Ceffyl gwyn I think is a …Welsh and Cornish are quite similar to look at.Ceffyl gwyn I think is a place in Wales.



Actually, Cornish place names aren't that similar to Welsh. If you wan to make a up a Cornish name you really should start with Tre, St, Pen, Pol or Port. Won't go far wrong with those. I know of nowhere in Cornwall that starts anything like Ceffyl.

Just sayin'. I doubt the author has ever been across the Tamar.
Thanks OP
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dangermouseme8 m ago

Thanks OP


Hope you enjoy.
interesting banter ref place names....

.......but is the book actual any good???
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wilf123448 m ago

interesting banter ref place names...........but is the book actual any …interesting banter ref place names...........but is the book actual any good???


I guess it's subjective.
Only one way to find out.
Won't cost anything.
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