‘Tis the season to fall in love
A year since she was dumped by her fiancé, the last thing Reggie Somerville wants is to come back home for Christmas. But when her parents announce their plans for a lavish Christmas wedding she has no choice. She expects to face town gossip, she does not expect to run into her first love Toby, or deal with the feelings he stirs in her…
Dena Somerville is single and pregnant-on purpose. Wanting a family her way she’s determined to do it alone. She didn’t expect the distraction of a handsome musician checking into her inn-and one snow-kissed moment-to make her question what she really wants this Christmas…
As the Christmas wedding draws closer, these two sisters may just find the most unexpected gift of all—love.
I took a very long time to finish that book and I think that this is partly because I got myself into a slump but also because although it wasn’t bad, it wasn’t good. It didn’t pull me back in.
Yes it was cosy and cute and all tied up in a neat little bow like you’d expect a Christmas book to be.
The characters were interesting enough but unfortunately I didn’t feel greatly connected or invested.
A rounded up 3/5 from me.