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A Christmas Caroline: A Second Chance, Amnesia Romantic Comedy
A Christmas Caroline: A Second Chance, Amnesia Romantic Comedy
A Christmas Caroline: A Second Chance, Amnesia Romantic Comedy
Audiobook7 hours

A Christmas Caroline: A Second Chance, Amnesia Romantic Comedy

Written by Camilla Isley

Narrated by Susan Marlowe

Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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Caroline is a cynic career woman living the high life in Manhattan where love and relationships are but a distant memory of the past.

But after a freak accident on Christmas Eve, Caroline receives a visit from a cheeky spirit of Christmas Past, Present, Yet to Come, and—most importantly—Christmas That Could Have Been. When she wakes up on Christmas Day suddenly married with three kids and living two doors down from her parents in New Jersey, Caroline has a chance to experience the life she would’ve had if she’d made a different choice.

Will small-town life as a mother and a wife make her rediscover what’s really important in life?

A modern-day retelling of A Christmas Carol…

LanguageEnglish
Release dateOct 12, 2021
ISBN9788887269659
A Christmas Caroline: A Second Chance, Amnesia Romantic Comedy
Author

Camilla Isley

Camilla was born in 1984. She’s an engineer who has always had a vivid imagination and a more creative approach to life. After working in a corporate job for some years, she left everything to follow her husband around the world in a new adventure. Upon finding herself with loads of free time for the first time in a long while, she decided to begin pouring some of her fantasies into words...

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