Christmas Carol

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Christmas Carol

Christmas Carol Ebbie Scrogg hates Christmas and for good reason Ten years ago she lost her beloved father on Christmas Eve and she s never forgiven herself for the accident that claimed his life For the past decad

  • Title: Christmas Carol
  • Author: Natalie Vivien
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 280
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Ebbie Scrogg hates Christmas and for good reason Ten years ago, she lost her beloved father on Christmas Eve, and she s never forgiven herself for the accident that claimed his life For the past decade, Ebbie has grown hard, detached, distant while she took over operation of her family s business Scrogg s Christmasland, a holiday theme park that her father dearly lovedEbbie Scrogg hates Christmas and for good reason Ten years ago, she lost her beloved father on Christmas Eve, and she s never forgiven herself for the accident that claimed his life For the past decade, Ebbie has grown hard, detached, distant while she took over operation of her family s business Scrogg s Christmasland, a holiday theme park that her father dearly loved She s done nothing but work in a vain attempt to dull her pain But this Christmas Eve, something unexpected happens Ebbie runs into Carol, the woman whose heart she broke ten years ago and realizes that her feelings for her are still very much alive Before Christmas Day dawns, Ebbie will be visited by three spirits who attempt to open her eyes to the truth and to the love of a woman who has never stopped believing in her.

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    One thought on “Christmas Carol

    1. FarNerdy on said:

      So this was an enjoyable read. A quirky F/F spin off of the classic A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens made for a nice segue from the usual story. Now, I AM one of those people that actually reads Dickens's brilliant masterpiece every Christmas, so I had high expectations as it was with this novel. But it was a tooth-achingly sweet novel about a woman's personal redemption with her own demons, and her step back in to society next to her family and one-and-only.I enjoyed the novel. It was quick [...]

    2. Margaret on said:

      I was a little trepidatious picking up this book, loosely based around 'A Christmas Carol' so close to reading (and loving) Andi Marquette's The Bureau of Holiday Affairs also based around the traditional Christmas tale.I need not have worried, however.Like most Vivien books, Christmas Carol is tooth achingly sweet although has enough poignancy to temper the sweetness just enough.Essentially, this is a typical Vivien tale. If you've liked her other offerings, then this is going to be a lovely Ch [...]

    3. Natsu on said:

      A short and sweet tale loosely based on my favourite Christmas classic.

    4. Lexxi Kitty on said:

      I just read two Christmas/Holiday stories more or less back to back. This is the second of the two. A modern day retelling Dickens A Christmas Carol. This time starring a lesbian woman named Ebbie Scrogg.Ten years ago Ebbie loved Christmas, her family, and a certain woman named Carol. Then a fatal accident changed her life path. Since 1955, the Scrogg family has run Christmasland. Ten years ago the head of the company died, and Ebbie, who previously resisted the begging from her father to take o [...]

    5. Loek Krancher on said:

      Simply amazing!Everyone knows this story and this one is a perfect unique version of a Christmas Carol. I was pleasantly surprised. For me, honestly, I love this one more than the classic, traditional story. I loved how the ghosts visit Ebbie and shows her past, present and future. The ghosts were not scary but funny and very unique. This book is filled with love, family and holiday warmth. The end is so heartwarming. This will be by far my favorite Christmas read and I start a new tradition by [...]

    6. MD on said:

      Is a cute christmast story, it could have been more. But it works as a light read.

    7. Rie on said:

      Ebbie Scrogg, reluctant CEO of Christmasland, put her dreams and love on the shelf when she lost her father in a tragic accident on Christmas Eve a decade ago. This Christmas eve is the most chaotic yet--with drunken Santa, traumatized elves, screaming children and Yelp-ing adults--and the one where her love chooses to return (while Ebbie is dressed as Santa, natch). Despondent, she returns home to find the ghost of her great aunt--the original Mistress of Christmasland--promising her visits fro [...]

    8. book reviews on said:

      2.5 starsF/F romance, retellingJust a little bit too silly to thoroughly enjoy. Admittedly, I was chuckling here and there but it just got over-the-top in too many places (pretty much lost me with Bonkers). What's more, there's supposed to be a dark, emotional side to this story that I never quite bought into. It really just wanted to be a silly, lighthearted story all-around, so I had a hard time taking it too seriously or seeing any real substance.Ebbie Scroggs is supposed to be the Christmas [...]

    9. Canders5 on said:

      Not sure what I expected going in, but I was pleasantly surprised by the depth of the pain that Ebbie went through for the first 80% of the book. But therein lies the problem, in that this was a book about redemption, righting wrongs, forgiving yourself. In contrast to how good the pain of tragedy was painted, the redemption part was spread across both her family, and Carol in the last 20%. As a result, I felt robbed of what the book should have been building up to. 3 pages devoted to her family [...]

    10. Blythe on said:

      A fantastic read in time for the holidays!A great spin on an old classic. This is another great book from a very talented author.When tragedy happens on Christmas Eve it can turn the most cheerful person into a depressing shell of themselves. For 10 years that's what Ebbie has been, she has alienated herself from everyone that loves her. Will she finally understand what her actions have done to the people she loves or will she continue to push them away?This book won't leave you disappointed. It [...]

    11. Jane Shambler on said:

      Too short!It's a funny take of the Christmas Carol. I liked the dog best. This author is one of my favourites. Her writing skills can only be outdone by her imagination. Great story, had me giggling in places.

    12. David Juackson on said:

      A delightful Christmas story! My daughter recommended this book and I thoroughly enjoyed the storyline. I found myself caught up with the characters and just read right through it. I recommend this book to anyone who enjoys good, short Christmas stories.

    13. Mirtha Siblesz on said:

      Very sweet story!This is a very sweet rendition of that age old story Lesbian Style. Very well done and as usual, your characters were very well developed and a job well done!

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