Snow in April

Snow in April

When you read a novel by Rosamunde Pilcher you enter a special world where emotions sing from the heart. A world that lovingly captures the ties that bind us to one another-the joys and sorrows, heartbreaks and misunderstandings, and glad, perfect moments when we are in true harmony. A world filled with evocative, engrossing, and above all, enjoyable portraits of people's When you read a novel by Rosamunde Pilcher you enter a special world where emotions sing from the heart. A world that lovi...

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Title:Snow in April
Author:Rosamunde Pilcher
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Genres:Fiction
ISBN:Snow in April
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:245 pages pages

Snow in April Reviews

  • Mary Ann
    Sep 19, 2009

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    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

    Un romance carino che si fa leggere velocemente, ma che però non coinvolge eccessivamente, alcune scene sono molto rapide, poco dettagliate, soprattutto il finale, che mi è sembrato molto affrettato. Cosa invece che ho apprezzato sono le descrizioni di una Scozia che prima o poi dovr...

    Silly. Great setting, some likeable characters, but the lead female and the romance were just plain silly. ...

    Why do I love this little book so? I can't pinpoint one item that stands out. In fact, what I notice are the small details. The cook, Mrs. Cooper's thick brogue and overuse of the word "wee" fill me with delight. My heart breaks for Lisa, the dog, waiting for her owner who will never c...

    Caroline Cliburn is twenty years old and has recently become engaged. She travels from London to Scotland, hoping to finally make contact with her eldest brother Angus. The brother and sister haven't seen each other in several years, but Caroline and her younger brother Jody are both d...

    Es una novela romántica que intenta tener los elementos de una novela romántica pero en un libro que tiene solo ciento y pico páginas. Asi que la cosa ha quedado fatal; la mitad es descripción, un cuarto introducción de los personajes y el otro cuarto (malamente y a todo correr) e...

    A lovely story. It makes you feel good curled up with it and a cup of tea kind of thing. What increases the enjoyment is the author's command of the language and writing talent. I am starting "Wild Mountain Thyme" next by her. A friend at the library has told me that her son, Robin Pil...

  • Rachel
    Feb 05, 2009

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

  • Audrey
    Feb 11, 2018

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

    Un romance carino che si fa leggere velocemente, ma che però non coinvolge eccessivamente, alcune scene sono molto rapide, poco dettagliate, soprattutto il finale, che mi è sembrato molto affrettato. Cosa invece che ho apprezzato sono le descrizioni di una Scozia che prima o poi dovr...

    Silly. Great setting, some likeable characters, but the lead female and the romance were just plain silly. ...

    Why do I love this little book so? I can't pinpoint one item that stands out. In fact, what I notice are the small details. The cook, Mrs. Cooper's thick brogue and overuse of the word "wee" fill me with delight. My heart breaks for Lisa, the dog, waiting for her owner who will never c...

    Caroline Cliburn is twenty years old and has recently become engaged. She travels from London to Scotland, hoping to finally make contact with her eldest brother Angus. The brother and sister haven't seen each other in several years, but Caroline and her younger brother Jody are both d...

    Es una novela romántica que intenta tener los elementos de una novela romántica pero en un libro que tiene solo ciento y pico páginas. Asi que la cosa ha quedado fatal; la mitad es descripción, un cuarto introducción de los personajes y el otro cuarto (malamente y a todo correr) e...

    A lovely story. It makes you feel good curled up with it and a cup of tea kind of thing. What increases the enjoyment is the author's command of the language and writing talent. I am starting "Wild Mountain Thyme" next by her. A friend at the library has told me that her son, Robin Pil...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this. Had read it long ago and usually remember what i read, but really was like reading it for the first time. Just a nice, light read . Really i just enjoy all her books and reread them all . Also like her son, robin's books too. ...

    The best thing about this book is the author. Thank goodness I got it from the library. Short story about an idiot and her brother and the journey they undertake to find another idiot. Ridiculous and romantic at the same time. ...

    This was a delightful story. It took me two days to read this book. I was very glad to read it. It is the story of a girl who is about to be married. She goes to Scotland with her brother... ...

    Premetto che non ho letto molti romanzi rosa, anzi forse questo è proprio il primo, sarà per questo che mi è piaciuto. Intanto io adoro Londra, l'Ighilterra, il Regno Unito, i bei paesaggi e le storie di fratelli. E devo dire che era proprio curiosa di sapere se alla fine Caroline e...

    This is a quick read, not wholly substantial, but an easy, light romance with few surprises and characters. It was difficult to remember that Caroline was twenty, since her stubbornness and childish resolve made her seem so much younger. Not much depth or development was given to her f...

    This wonderful story by my favorite author shows how a decision and a blizzard can change a few people's lives. Caroline Cliburn is going to be married in less than a week. But she borrows a car and drives to Scotland in search of her missing brother. While stranded in a stranger's hom...

    It?s really a 2.5 stars. This must have been an early work as it was sketchy. A short insta romance. Not much rom but nice description of Scotland and trip from London by Caroline & her young brother. RP?s reputation assures me that she wrote better books later. Contrived t...

    This book is reminiscent of the harlequin books from my wayward youth. The lady is a bit dim and the man knows all (although at least this male protagonist isn't cruel and hateful). The character of the younger brother is done well and it is set in Scotland, so it is not a total loss. ...

  • JayeL
    Mar 12, 2008

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

  • Heather Rae
    Jan 27, 2018

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

    Un romance carino che si fa leggere velocemente, ma che però non coinvolge eccessivamente, alcune scene sono molto rapide, poco dettagliate, soprattutto il finale, che mi è sembrato molto affrettato. Cosa invece che ho apprezzato sono le descrizioni di una Scozia che prima o poi dovr...

    Silly. Great setting, some likeable characters, but the lead female and the romance were just plain silly. ...

  • Melinda
    Jun 08, 2017

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

    Un romance carino che si fa leggere velocemente, ma che però non coinvolge eccessivamente, alcune scene sono molto rapide, poco dettagliate, soprattutto il finale, che mi è sembrato molto affrettato. Cosa invece che ho apprezzato sono le descrizioni di una Scozia che prima o poi dovr...

    Silly. Great setting, some likeable characters, but the lead female and the romance were just plain silly. ...

    Why do I love this little book so? I can't pinpoint one item that stands out. In fact, what I notice are the small details. The cook, Mrs. Cooper's thick brogue and overuse of the word "wee" fill me with delight. My heart breaks for Lisa, the dog, waiting for her owner who will never c...

    Caroline Cliburn is twenty years old and has recently become engaged. She travels from London to Scotland, hoping to finally make contact with her eldest brother Angus. The brother and sister haven't seen each other in several years, but Caroline and her younger brother Jody are both d...

    Es una novela romántica que intenta tener los elementos de una novela romántica pero en un libro que tiene solo ciento y pico páginas. Asi que la cosa ha quedado fatal; la mitad es descripción, un cuarto introducción de los personajes y el otro cuarto (malamente y a todo correr) e...

    A lovely story. It makes you feel good curled up with it and a cup of tea kind of thing. What increases the enjoyment is the author's command of the language and writing talent. I am starting "Wild Mountain Thyme" next by her. A friend at the library has told me that her son, Robin Pil...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this. Had read it long ago and usually remember what i read, but really was like reading it for the first time. Just a nice, light read . Really i just enjoy all her books and reread them all . Also like her son, robin's books too. ...

    The best thing about this book is the author. Thank goodness I got it from the library. Short story about an idiot and her brother and the journey they undertake to find another idiot. Ridiculous and romantic at the same time. ...

    This was a delightful story. It took me two days to read this book. I was very glad to read it. It is the story of a girl who is about to be married. She goes to Scotland with her brother... ...

    Premetto che non ho letto molti romanzi rosa, anzi forse questo è proprio il primo, sarà per questo che mi è piaciuto. Intanto io adoro Londra, l'Ighilterra, il Regno Unito, i bei paesaggi e le storie di fratelli. E devo dire che era proprio curiosa di sapere se alla fine Caroline e...

    This is a quick read, not wholly substantial, but an easy, light romance with few surprises and characters. It was difficult to remember that Caroline was twenty, since her stubbornness and childish resolve made her seem so much younger. Not much depth or development was given to her f...

  • Vikki
    May 10, 2011

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

    Un romance carino che si fa leggere velocemente, ma che però non coinvolge eccessivamente, alcune scene sono molto rapide, poco dettagliate, soprattutto il finale, che mi è sembrato molto affrettato. Cosa invece che ho apprezzato sono le descrizioni di una Scozia che prima o poi dovr...

    Silly. Great setting, some likeable characters, but the lead female and the romance were just plain silly. ...

    Why do I love this little book so? I can't pinpoint one item that stands out. In fact, what I notice are the small details. The cook, Mrs. Cooper's thick brogue and overuse of the word "wee" fill me with delight. My heart breaks for Lisa, the dog, waiting for her owner who will never c...

    Caroline Cliburn is twenty years old and has recently become engaged. She travels from London to Scotland, hoping to finally make contact with her eldest brother Angus. The brother and sister haven't seen each other in several years, but Caroline and her younger brother Jody are both d...

    Es una novela romántica que intenta tener los elementos de una novela romántica pero en un libro que tiene solo ciento y pico páginas. Asi que la cosa ha quedado fatal; la mitad es descripción, un cuarto introducción de los personajes y el otro cuarto (malamente y a todo correr) e...

    A lovely story. It makes you feel good curled up with it and a cup of tea kind of thing. What increases the enjoyment is the author's command of the language and writing talent. I am starting "Wild Mountain Thyme" next by her. A friend at the library has told me that her son, Robin Pil...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this. Had read it long ago and usually remember what i read, but really was like reading it for the first time. Just a nice, light read . Really i just enjoy all her books and reread them all . Also like her son, robin's books too. ...

    The best thing about this book is the author. Thank goodness I got it from the library. Short story about an idiot and her brother and the journey they undertake to find another idiot. Ridiculous and romantic at the same time. ...

    This was a delightful story. It took me two days to read this book. I was very glad to read it. It is the story of a girl who is about to be married. She goes to Scotland with her brother... ...

  • Claire
    Aug 19, 2015

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

  • Mary
    Aug 02, 2016

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

    Un romance carino che si fa leggere velocemente, ma che però non coinvolge eccessivamente, alcune scene sono molto rapide, poco dettagliate, soprattutto il finale, che mi è sembrato molto affrettato. Cosa invece che ho apprezzato sono le descrizioni di una Scozia che prima o poi dovr...

    Silly. Great setting, some likeable characters, but the lead female and the romance were just plain silly. ...

    Why do I love this little book so? I can't pinpoint one item that stands out. In fact, what I notice are the small details. The cook, Mrs. Cooper's thick brogue and overuse of the word "wee" fill me with delight. My heart breaks for Lisa, the dog, waiting for her owner who will never c...

    Caroline Cliburn is twenty years old and has recently become engaged. She travels from London to Scotland, hoping to finally make contact with her eldest brother Angus. The brother and sister haven't seen each other in several years, but Caroline and her younger brother Jody are both d...

  • Bonnie
    Mar 28, 2014

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

  • Julie
    Jan 24, 2014

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

    Un romance carino che si fa leggere velocemente, ma che però non coinvolge eccessivamente, alcune scene sono molto rapide, poco dettagliate, soprattutto il finale, che mi è sembrato molto affrettato. Cosa invece che ho apprezzato sono le descrizioni di una Scozia che prima o poi dovr...

    Silly. Great setting, some likeable characters, but the lead female and the romance were just plain silly. ...

    Why do I love this little book so? I can't pinpoint one item that stands out. In fact, what I notice are the small details. The cook, Mrs. Cooper's thick brogue and overuse of the word "wee" fill me with delight. My heart breaks for Lisa, the dog, waiting for her owner who will never c...

    Caroline Cliburn is twenty years old and has recently become engaged. She travels from London to Scotland, hoping to finally make contact with her eldest brother Angus. The brother and sister haven't seen each other in several years, but Caroline and her younger brother Jody are both d...

    Es una novela romántica que intenta tener los elementos de una novela romántica pero en un libro que tiene solo ciento y pico páginas. Asi que la cosa ha quedado fatal; la mitad es descripción, un cuarto introducción de los personajes y el otro cuarto (malamente y a todo correr) e...

    A lovely story. It makes you feel good curled up with it and a cup of tea kind of thing. What increases the enjoyment is the author's command of the language and writing talent. I am starting "Wild Mountain Thyme" next by her. A friend at the library has told me that her son, Robin Pil...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this. Had read it long ago and usually remember what i read, but really was like reading it for the first time. Just a nice, light read . Really i just enjoy all her books and reread them all . Also like her son, robin's books too. ...

  • Anne
    May 01, 2018

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

    Un romance carino che si fa leggere velocemente, ma che però non coinvolge eccessivamente, alcune scene sono molto rapide, poco dettagliate, soprattutto il finale, che mi è sembrato molto affrettato. Cosa invece che ho apprezzato sono le descrizioni di una Scozia che prima o poi dovr...

    Silly. Great setting, some likeable characters, but the lead female and the romance were just plain silly. ...

    Why do I love this little book so? I can't pinpoint one item that stands out. In fact, what I notice are the small details. The cook, Mrs. Cooper's thick brogue and overuse of the word "wee" fill me with delight. My heart breaks for Lisa, the dog, waiting for her owner who will never c...

    Caroline Cliburn is twenty years old and has recently become engaged. She travels from London to Scotland, hoping to finally make contact with her eldest brother Angus. The brother and sister haven't seen each other in several years, but Caroline and her younger brother Jody are both d...

    Es una novela romántica que intenta tener los elementos de una novela romántica pero en un libro que tiene solo ciento y pico páginas. Asi que la cosa ha quedado fatal; la mitad es descripción, un cuarto introducción de los personajes y el otro cuarto (malamente y a todo correr) e...

    A lovely story. It makes you feel good curled up with it and a cup of tea kind of thing. What increases the enjoyment is the author's command of the language and writing talent. I am starting "Wild Mountain Thyme" next by her. A friend at the library has told me that her son, Robin Pil...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this. Had read it long ago and usually remember what i read, but really was like reading it for the first time. Just a nice, light read . Really i just enjoy all her books and reread them all . Also like her son, robin's books too. ...

    The best thing about this book is the author. Thank goodness I got it from the library. Short story about an idiot and her brother and the journey they undertake to find another idiot. Ridiculous and romantic at the same time. ...

    This was a delightful story. It took me two days to read this book. I was very glad to read it. It is the story of a girl who is about to be married. She goes to Scotland with her brother... ...

    Premetto che non ho letto molti romanzi rosa, anzi forse questo è proprio il primo, sarà per questo che mi è piaciuto. Intanto io adoro Londra, l'Ighilterra, il Regno Unito, i bei paesaggi e le storie di fratelli. E devo dire che era proprio curiosa di sapere se alla fine Caroline e...

    This is a quick read, not wholly substantial, but an easy, light romance with few surprises and characters. It was difficult to remember that Caroline was twenty, since her stubbornness and childish resolve made her seem so much younger. Not much depth or development was given to her f...

    This wonderful story by my favorite author shows how a decision and a blizzard can change a few people's lives. Caroline Cliburn is going to be married in less than a week. But she borrows a car and drives to Scotland in search of her missing brother. While stranded in a stranger's hom...

    It?s really a 2.5 stars. This must have been an early work as it was sketchy. A short insta romance. Not much rom but nice description of Scotland and trip from London by Caroline & her young brother. RP?s reputation assures me that she wrote better books later. Contrived t...

    This book is reminiscent of the harlequin books from my wayward youth. The lady is a bit dim and the man knows all (although at least this male protagonist isn't cruel and hateful). The character of the younger brother is done well and it is set in Scotland, so it is not a total loss. ...

    This was disappointing because I usually love R. Pilcher's books. It started out well but somewhere in the middle it stopped making sense. The characters were not believable and the ending was abrupt. ...

  • Emily
    Dec 26, 2012

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

  • Phrynne
    Apr 23, 2016

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

  • Sylvia
    Nov 06, 2018

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

  • katinameow
    Apr 16, 2015

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

    Un romance carino che si fa leggere velocemente, ma che però non coinvolge eccessivamente, alcune scene sono molto rapide, poco dettagliate, soprattutto il finale, che mi è sembrato molto affrettato. Cosa invece che ho apprezzato sono le descrizioni di una Scozia che prima o poi dovr...

    Silly. Great setting, some likeable characters, but the lead female and the romance were just plain silly. ...

    Why do I love this little book so? I can't pinpoint one item that stands out. In fact, what I notice are the small details. The cook, Mrs. Cooper's thick brogue and overuse of the word "wee" fill me with delight. My heart breaks for Lisa, the dog, waiting for her owner who will never c...

  • Emily
    Sep 27, 2017

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

  • Marina Maidou
    Apr 16, 2018

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

  • Rebekah
    Oct 31, 2018

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

  • Claudia Cheyne
    Nov 07, 2017

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

    Un romance carino che si fa leggere velocemente, ma che però non coinvolge eccessivamente, alcune scene sono molto rapide, poco dettagliate, soprattutto il finale, che mi è sembrato molto affrettato. Cosa invece che ho apprezzato sono le descrizioni di una Scozia che prima o poi dovr...

    Silly. Great setting, some likeable characters, but the lead female and the romance were just plain silly. ...

    Why do I love this little book so? I can't pinpoint one item that stands out. In fact, what I notice are the small details. The cook, Mrs. Cooper's thick brogue and overuse of the word "wee" fill me with delight. My heart breaks for Lisa, the dog, waiting for her owner who will never c...

    Caroline Cliburn is twenty years old and has recently become engaged. She travels from London to Scotland, hoping to finally make contact with her eldest brother Angus. The brother and sister haven't seen each other in several years, but Caroline and her younger brother Jody are both d...

    Es una novela romántica que intenta tener los elementos de una novela romántica pero en un libro que tiene solo ciento y pico páginas. Asi que la cosa ha quedado fatal; la mitad es descripción, un cuarto introducción de los personajes y el otro cuarto (malamente y a todo correr) e...

    A lovely story. It makes you feel good curled up with it and a cup of tea kind of thing. What increases the enjoyment is the author's command of the language and writing talent. I am starting "Wild Mountain Thyme" next by her. A friend at the library has told me that her son, Robin Pil...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this. Had read it long ago and usually remember what i read, but really was like reading it for the first time. Just a nice, light read . Really i just enjoy all her books and reread them all . Also like her son, robin's books too. ...

    The best thing about this book is the author. Thank goodness I got it from the library. Short story about an idiot and her brother and the journey they undertake to find another idiot. Ridiculous and romantic at the same time. ...

    This was a delightful story. It took me two days to read this book. I was very glad to read it. It is the story of a girl who is about to be married. She goes to Scotland with her brother... ...

    Premetto che non ho letto molti romanzi rosa, anzi forse questo è proprio il primo, sarà per questo che mi è piaciuto. Intanto io adoro Londra, l'Ighilterra, il Regno Unito, i bei paesaggi e le storie di fratelli. E devo dire che era proprio curiosa di sapere se alla fine Caroline e...

    This is a quick read, not wholly substantial, but an easy, light romance with few surprises and characters. It was difficult to remember that Caroline was twenty, since her stubbornness and childish resolve made her seem so much younger. Not much depth or development was given to her f...

    This wonderful story by my favorite author shows how a decision and a blizzard can change a few people's lives. Caroline Cliburn is going to be married in less than a week. But she borrows a car and drives to Scotland in search of her missing brother. While stranded in a stranger's hom...

  • Nancy
    Mar 21, 2018

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

    Un romance carino che si fa leggere velocemente, ma che però non coinvolge eccessivamente, alcune scene sono molto rapide, poco dettagliate, soprattutto il finale, che mi è sembrato molto affrettato. Cosa invece che ho apprezzato sono le descrizioni di una Scozia che prima o poi dovr...

    Silly. Great setting, some likeable characters, but the lead female and the romance were just plain silly. ...

    Why do I love this little book so? I can't pinpoint one item that stands out. In fact, what I notice are the small details. The cook, Mrs. Cooper's thick brogue and overuse of the word "wee" fill me with delight. My heart breaks for Lisa, the dog, waiting for her owner who will never c...

    Caroline Cliburn is twenty years old and has recently become engaged. She travels from London to Scotland, hoping to finally make contact with her eldest brother Angus. The brother and sister haven't seen each other in several years, but Caroline and her younger brother Jody are both d...

    Es una novela romántica que intenta tener los elementos de una novela romántica pero en un libro que tiene solo ciento y pico páginas. Asi que la cosa ha quedado fatal; la mitad es descripción, un cuarto introducción de los personajes y el otro cuarto (malamente y a todo correr) e...

    A lovely story. It makes you feel good curled up with it and a cup of tea kind of thing. What increases the enjoyment is the author's command of the language and writing talent. I am starting "Wild Mountain Thyme" next by her. A friend at the library has told me that her son, Robin Pil...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this. Had read it long ago and usually remember what i read, but really was like reading it for the first time. Just a nice, light read . Really i just enjoy all her books and reread them all . Also like her son, robin's books too. ...

    The best thing about this book is the author. Thank goodness I got it from the library. Short story about an idiot and her brother and the journey they undertake to find another idiot. Ridiculous and romantic at the same time. ...

    This was a delightful story. It took me two days to read this book. I was very glad to read it. It is the story of a girl who is about to be married. She goes to Scotland with her brother... ...

    Premetto che non ho letto molti romanzi rosa, anzi forse questo è proprio il primo, sarà per questo che mi è piaciuto. Intanto io adoro Londra, l'Ighilterra, il Regno Unito, i bei paesaggi e le storie di fratelli. E devo dire che era proprio curiosa di sapere se alla fine Caroline e...

    This is a quick read, not wholly substantial, but an easy, light romance with few surprises and characters. It was difficult to remember that Caroline was twenty, since her stubbornness and childish resolve made her seem so much younger. Not much depth or development was given to her f...

    This wonderful story by my favorite author shows how a decision and a blizzard can change a few people's lives. Caroline Cliburn is going to be married in less than a week. But she borrows a car and drives to Scotland in search of her missing brother. While stranded in a stranger's hom...

    It?s really a 2.5 stars. This must have been an early work as it was sketchy. A short insta romance. Not much rom but nice description of Scotland and trip from London by Caroline & her young brother. RP?s reputation assures me that she wrote better books later. Contrived t...

  • Nana
    Dec 10, 2016

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

    Un romance carino che si fa leggere velocemente, ma che però non coinvolge eccessivamente, alcune scene sono molto rapide, poco dettagliate, soprattutto il finale, che mi è sembrato molto affrettato. Cosa invece che ho apprezzato sono le descrizioni di una Scozia che prima o poi dovr...

    Silly. Great setting, some likeable characters, but the lead female and the romance were just plain silly. ...

    Why do I love this little book so? I can't pinpoint one item that stands out. In fact, what I notice are the small details. The cook, Mrs. Cooper's thick brogue and overuse of the word "wee" fill me with delight. My heart breaks for Lisa, the dog, waiting for her owner who will never c...

    Caroline Cliburn is twenty years old and has recently become engaged. She travels from London to Scotland, hoping to finally make contact with her eldest brother Angus. The brother and sister haven't seen each other in several years, but Caroline and her younger brother Jody are both d...

    Es una novela romántica que intenta tener los elementos de una novela romántica pero en un libro que tiene solo ciento y pico páginas. Asi que la cosa ha quedado fatal; la mitad es descripción, un cuarto introducción de los personajes y el otro cuarto (malamente y a todo correr) e...

    A lovely story. It makes you feel good curled up with it and a cup of tea kind of thing. What increases the enjoyment is the author's command of the language and writing talent. I am starting "Wild Mountain Thyme" next by her. A friend at the library has told me that her son, Robin Pil...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this. Had read it long ago and usually remember what i read, but really was like reading it for the first time. Just a nice, light read . Really i just enjoy all her books and reread them all . Also like her son, robin's books too. ...

    The best thing about this book is the author. Thank goodness I got it from the library. Short story about an idiot and her brother and the journey they undertake to find another idiot. Ridiculous and romantic at the same time. ...

    This was a delightful story. It took me two days to read this book. I was very glad to read it. It is the story of a girl who is about to be married. She goes to Scotland with her brother... ...

    Premetto che non ho letto molti romanzi rosa, anzi forse questo è proprio il primo, sarà per questo che mi è piaciuto. Intanto io adoro Londra, l'Ighilterra, il Regno Unito, i bei paesaggi e le storie di fratelli. E devo dire che era proprio curiosa di sapere se alla fine Caroline e...

    This is a quick read, not wholly substantial, but an easy, light romance with few surprises and characters. It was difficult to remember that Caroline was twenty, since her stubbornness and childish resolve made her seem so much younger. Not much depth or development was given to her f...

    This wonderful story by my favorite author shows how a decision and a blizzard can change a few people's lives. Caroline Cliburn is going to be married in less than a week. But she borrows a car and drives to Scotland in search of her missing brother. While stranded in a stranger's hom...

    It?s really a 2.5 stars. This must have been an early work as it was sketchy. A short insta romance. Not much rom but nice description of Scotland and trip from London by Caroline & her young brother. RP?s reputation assures me that she wrote better books later. Contrived t...

    This book is reminiscent of the harlequin books from my wayward youth. The lady is a bit dim and the man knows all (although at least this male protagonist isn't cruel and hateful). The character of the younger brother is done well and it is set in Scotland, so it is not a total loss. ...

    This was disappointing because I usually love R. Pilcher's books. It started out well but somewhere in the middle it stopped making sense. The characters were not believable and the ending was abrupt. ...

    Must be one of Pilcher's earlier works before she matured into the storyteller she became with Winter Solstice, Carousel, and Shell Seekers. Characters and story were not well developed, but it was still fun to read. Short and simple plot. ...

    Previous to Goodreads I kept a book log. I am updating ratings based on my log. My rating system is 1 - 10. I gave this book a 6.0. ...

  • Shemeika Stone
    May 17, 2018

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

    Un romance carino che si fa leggere velocemente, ma che però non coinvolge eccessivamente, alcune scene sono molto rapide, poco dettagliate, soprattutto il finale, che mi è sembrato molto affrettato. Cosa invece che ho apprezzato sono le descrizioni di una Scozia che prima o poi dovr...

    Silly. Great setting, some likeable characters, but the lead female and the romance were just plain silly. ...

    Why do I love this little book so? I can't pinpoint one item that stands out. In fact, what I notice are the small details. The cook, Mrs. Cooper's thick brogue and overuse of the word "wee" fill me with delight. My heart breaks for Lisa, the dog, waiting for her owner who will never c...

    Caroline Cliburn is twenty years old and has recently become engaged. She travels from London to Scotland, hoping to finally make contact with her eldest brother Angus. The brother and sister haven't seen each other in several years, but Caroline and her younger brother Jody are both d...

    Es una novela romántica que intenta tener los elementos de una novela romántica pero en un libro que tiene solo ciento y pico páginas. Asi que la cosa ha quedado fatal; la mitad es descripción, un cuarto introducción de los personajes y el otro cuarto (malamente y a todo correr) e...

    A lovely story. It makes you feel good curled up with it and a cup of tea kind of thing. What increases the enjoyment is the author's command of the language and writing talent. I am starting "Wild Mountain Thyme" next by her. A friend at the library has told me that her son, Robin Pil...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this. Had read it long ago and usually remember what i read, but really was like reading it for the first time. Just a nice, light read . Really i just enjoy all her books and reread them all . Also like her son, robin's books too. ...

    The best thing about this book is the author. Thank goodness I got it from the library. Short story about an idiot and her brother and the journey they undertake to find another idiot. Ridiculous and romantic at the same time. ...

  • Deanna Gold
    Apr 01, 2018

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

    Un romance carino che si fa leggere velocemente, ma che però non coinvolge eccessivamente, alcune scene sono molto rapide, poco dettagliate, soprattutto il finale, che mi è sembrato molto affrettato. Cosa invece che ho apprezzato sono le descrizioni di una Scozia che prima o poi dovr...

    Silly. Great setting, some likeable characters, but the lead female and the romance were just plain silly. ...

    Why do I love this little book so? I can't pinpoint one item that stands out. In fact, what I notice are the small details. The cook, Mrs. Cooper's thick brogue and overuse of the word "wee" fill me with delight. My heart breaks for Lisa, the dog, waiting for her owner who will never c...

    Caroline Cliburn is twenty years old and has recently become engaged. She travels from London to Scotland, hoping to finally make contact with her eldest brother Angus. The brother and sister haven't seen each other in several years, but Caroline and her younger brother Jody are both d...

    Es una novela romántica que intenta tener los elementos de una novela romántica pero en un libro que tiene solo ciento y pico páginas. Asi que la cosa ha quedado fatal; la mitad es descripción, un cuarto introducción de los personajes y el otro cuarto (malamente y a todo correr) e...

    A lovely story. It makes you feel good curled up with it and a cup of tea kind of thing. What increases the enjoyment is the author's command of the language and writing talent. I am starting "Wild Mountain Thyme" next by her. A friend at the library has told me that her son, Robin Pil...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this. Had read it long ago and usually remember what i read, but really was like reading it for the first time. Just a nice, light read . Really i just enjoy all her books and reread them all . Also like her son, robin's books too. ...

    The best thing about this book is the author. Thank goodness I got it from the library. Short story about an idiot and her brother and the journey they undertake to find another idiot. Ridiculous and romantic at the same time. ...

    This was a delightful story. It took me two days to read this book. I was very glad to read it. It is the story of a girl who is about to be married. She goes to Scotland with her brother... ...

    Premetto che non ho letto molti romanzi rosa, anzi forse questo è proprio il primo, sarà per questo che mi è piaciuto. Intanto io adoro Londra, l'Ighilterra, il Regno Unito, i bei paesaggi e le storie di fratelli. E devo dire che era proprio curiosa di sapere se alla fine Caroline e...

    This is a quick read, not wholly substantial, but an easy, light romance with few surprises and characters. It was difficult to remember that Caroline was twenty, since her stubbornness and childish resolve made her seem so much younger. Not much depth or development was given to her f...

    This wonderful story by my favorite author shows how a decision and a blizzard can change a few people's lives. Caroline Cliburn is going to be married in less than a week. But she borrows a car and drives to Scotland in search of her missing brother. While stranded in a stranger's hom...

    It?s really a 2.5 stars. This must have been an early work as it was sketchy. A short insta romance. Not much rom but nice description of Scotland and trip from London by Caroline & her young brother. RP?s reputation assures me that she wrote better books later. Contrived t...

    This book is reminiscent of the harlequin books from my wayward youth. The lady is a bit dim and the man knows all (although at least this male protagonist isn't cruel and hateful). The character of the younger brother is done well and it is set in Scotland, so it is not a total loss. ...

    This was disappointing because I usually love R. Pilcher's books. It started out well but somewhere in the middle it stopped making sense. The characters were not believable and the ending was abrupt. ...

    Must be one of Pilcher's earlier works before she matured into the storyteller she became with Winter Solstice, Carousel, and Shell Seekers. Characters and story were not well developed, but it was still fun to read. Short and simple plot. ...

  • Carolyn
    Apr 29, 2016

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

  • Soniaibz
    Oct 09, 2016

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

    Un romance carino che si fa leggere velocemente, ma che però non coinvolge eccessivamente, alcune scene sono molto rapide, poco dettagliate, soprattutto il finale, che mi è sembrato molto affrettato. Cosa invece che ho apprezzato sono le descrizioni di una Scozia che prima o poi dovr...

    Silly. Great setting, some likeable characters, but the lead female and the romance were just plain silly. ...

    Why do I love this little book so? I can't pinpoint one item that stands out. In fact, what I notice are the small details. The cook, Mrs. Cooper's thick brogue and overuse of the word "wee" fill me with delight. My heart breaks for Lisa, the dog, waiting for her owner who will never c...

    Caroline Cliburn is twenty years old and has recently become engaged. She travels from London to Scotland, hoping to finally make contact with her eldest brother Angus. The brother and sister haven't seen each other in several years, but Caroline and her younger brother Jody are both d...

    Es una novela romántica que intenta tener los elementos de una novela romántica pero en un libro que tiene solo ciento y pico páginas. Asi que la cosa ha quedado fatal; la mitad es descripción, un cuarto introducción de los personajes y el otro cuarto (malamente y a todo correr) e...

  • Eleonora Salviato
    May 26, 2017

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

    Un romance carino che si fa leggere velocemente, ma che però non coinvolge eccessivamente, alcune scene sono molto rapide, poco dettagliate, soprattutto il finale, che mi è sembrato molto affrettato. Cosa invece che ho apprezzato sono le descrizioni di una Scozia che prima o poi dovr...

    Silly. Great setting, some likeable characters, but the lead female and the romance were just plain silly. ...

    Why do I love this little book so? I can't pinpoint one item that stands out. In fact, what I notice are the small details. The cook, Mrs. Cooper's thick brogue and overuse of the word "wee" fill me with delight. My heart breaks for Lisa, the dog, waiting for her owner who will never c...

    Caroline Cliburn is twenty years old and has recently become engaged. She travels from London to Scotland, hoping to finally make contact with her eldest brother Angus. The brother and sister haven't seen each other in several years, but Caroline and her younger brother Jody are both d...

    Es una novela romántica que intenta tener los elementos de una novela romántica pero en un libro que tiene solo ciento y pico páginas. Asi que la cosa ha quedado fatal; la mitad es descripción, un cuarto introducción de los personajes y el otro cuarto (malamente y a todo correr) e...

    A lovely story. It makes you feel good curled up with it and a cup of tea kind of thing. What increases the enjoyment is the author's command of the language and writing talent. I am starting "Wild Mountain Thyme" next by her. A friend at the library has told me that her son, Robin Pil...

    I thoroughly enjoyed this. Had read it long ago and usually remember what i read, but really was like reading it for the first time. Just a nice, light read . Really i just enjoy all her books and reread them all . Also like her son, robin's books too. ...

    The best thing about this book is the author. Thank goodness I got it from the library. Short story about an idiot and her brother and the journey they undertake to find another idiot. Ridiculous and romantic at the same time. ...

    This was a delightful story. It took me two days to read this book. I was very glad to read it. It is the story of a girl who is about to be married. She goes to Scotland with her brother... ...

    Premetto che non ho letto molti romanzi rosa, anzi forse questo è proprio il primo, sarà per questo che mi è piaciuto. Intanto io adoro Londra, l'Ighilterra, il Regno Unito, i bei paesaggi e le storie di fratelli. E devo dire che era proprio curiosa di sapere se alla fine Caroline e...

  • Έλσα
    Oct 21, 2017

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

  • Emanuela
    Apr 23, 2018

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...

    Everything by Rosamunde Pilcher is five stars for me. This book made me so happy! ...

    ????? ??? ?????? - ????????? ??????? ??? ????? ??????? ??? ??? ????????????? ????????? ??? ????????? ??? ???????, ???? ??? ??? ???????, ????????? ??? ????? ...

    Un romance carino che si fa leggere velocemente, ma che però non coinvolge eccessivamente, alcune scene sono molto rapide, poco dettagliate, soprattutto il finale, che mi è sembrato molto affrettato. Cosa invece che ho apprezzato sono le descrizioni di una Scozia che prima o poi dovr...

  • Carolyn (in SC) C234D
    Jul 10, 2011

    ????? ????? ?? ???????. ????? ? ??????? ???????! ???? ?????, ????? ?????? ??????????, ??? ????????? ??? ?????????. ?????? ??? ????? ????? ???? ????????. ??? ?...

    ?? ???? ?? ???????? ??? ?? ??? ?????? ????? ??? ? ????? ??? ????? ???? ???? ????. ??? ???????? ?? ???????????? ??? ????????? ?? ??? ??????????? ??? ?? ???????...

    My rating: 2.5 of 5 stars Caroline is due to marry within the next week to a man she?s unsure she loves but takes a spontaneous trip to Scotland with her younger brother after hearing word that their estranged older brother was living there. After an unfortunate accident in a bliz...

    Not in the same league at all as her more famous book The Shell Seekers but still a delightfully entertaining story about families and romance. It is a light and easy read which I finished in just a couple of hours, but they were hours I enjoyed very much. Highly recommended for anyone...

    Rosamunde Pilcher's books are primarily about relationships between people. It is clear that people are fallible and that their fallibility is not fatal. It is clear that people don't think about their lives until they are faced with the reality. The 'good guys' are not great heros. Th...

    I was practically weaned on Rosamunde Pilcher, and I can't help loving her lovely little stories of English life. She's very much along the lines of Maeve Binchy, though she was writing mostly in the 70s. The short ones like these are just pleasant books you can read in a day and forge...

    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 ...

    De esos romances que se dan sin darse cuenta Lectura ligera, pero bonita. Y la autora sabe cómo transmitir los sentimientos de una forma sutil. ...

    I have always enjoyed Rosamunde Pilcher's novels and generally feel a sense of "loss" when I've finished her books and have to leave those characters behind. Snow in April did not grab me early on as many of her other novels have; the initial introduction of the characters seemed slow ...

    I love Rosamunde Pilcher-- my mom introduced her to me when I was younger and lived off happy love stories. I still enjoyed the novel-- just wouldn't rate it as a favorite. However, for what it is (a quick, easy feel good novel you read by a fire with a cup of tea) it delivers. It isn'...

    I read this in 2006, according to my book journal, but I really can't remember it. My note about it says that it is an older (1971 or so) romantic story in which an engaged girl and her young brother drive from London to Scotland to see their older brother, but get stopped by a blizzar...