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November 1, 2012

Book Review: A Snowglobe Christmas by Linda Goodnight & Lissa Manley

Author: Linda Goodnight & Lissa Manley
Release Date: November 1st, 2012
Publisher: Harlequin Love Inspired
Yuletide Homecoming by Linda Goodnight
Five years ago, Rafe Westfield broke his fiancĂ©e's heart when he left to join the military. Now the battle-scarred soldier is back in Snowglobe. Amy Caldwell tries to keep her distance, but the holidays, family and a sweet stray dog keep bringing her and Rafe together…maybe this time, forever.

A Family's Christmas Wish by Lissa Manley
Abandoned by her husband when she was eight months pregnant, single mother Sara Kincaid vowed to rely only on herself. But then she makes a deal with handsome widowed father Owen Larsen to provide babysitting services in exchange for his carpentry work on her inn. Can two pint-size matchmakers help them see beyond the past in time for Christmas?
A Snowglobe Christmas is perfect to get in the Christmas mood! Snowglobe town is just like a those movies, lots of snow, lights, very beautiful.

Yuletide Homecoming is the story of Amy, who is coming back home after a few years away. She's ready to move on, forget what happened last time when her fiancee broke her heart, but she isn't expecting the man to come back home too! Amy and Rafe are still in love, but their past is difficult to forget. Amy is afraid to be abandoned again, who wouldn't after your fiancee breaking up with you? Rafe had a good reason, but I don't think he ever understood Amy's feelings. But anyway, they are a cute couple, I just wished they really talk instead about their issues.

A Family's Christmas Wish is the story of Sara, a single mother who was also abandoned by every man she ever met in her life. That's why she's so attracted to Owen, who is an excellent single father. While their daughters bond, they start to share a relationship that will turn into more than just a few days of fun. But first they have to overcome their fears, and give themselves the opportunity to have a family.

Both were sweet stories, very cute and charming. A Snowglobe Christmas, even if predictable, was a great way to start my Christmas reading, it just made me feel more excited for these holidays!

1 comment:

  1. The story of Sara sounds really touching. I am not in the christmas reading mood yet, but sounds like one to remember.
    Brandi from Blkosiner’s Book Blog