Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Big on Christmas by Jan Romes

Title: Big on Christmas
Author: Jan Romes
Series: Twelve Brides of Christmas Book 1

Born to free-spirited, convention-shucking parents, Cassie Newman thirsts for normal. Leaving L.A. with a secret, she finds herself in Woodstock, Vermont – a town rich with Christmas tradition. She’s not big on Christmas but Woodstock feels like the perfect fit. Landing a job with Stennett’s Hardware, she tries to forget the world she knew, but Luke’s small-town charm makes her even more aware of the life she never had.

Luke Stennett has his hands full with running the store and caring for his dad. He’s attracted to Cassie but he doesn’t have time for a relationship. Things are starting to go right but he harbors a secret of his own that has the potential to turn everything upside down.

Once their secrets are revealed, will it kill the chemistry and send Cassie back to LA? Or will she fight for her happiness and stay firmly planted in a place big on Christmas?

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This is the first novella in the Twelve Brides of Christmas.

A short and cute novella about finding love in a small town.

Cassie Newman has moved to Woodstock to gain some anonymity. She prefers to lay low and live her life out of the limelight. In order to achieve this, she thinks that moving to a small town is the best way. She starts working for Stennett's Hardware and after a few months, she starts falling for her boss. 

Luke Stennett has a lot on his plate. He's trying to keep the store afloat while dealing with his father's mental condition and also still grieving the loss of his mother. He also found out his parents were keeping a huge secret from him. The last thing he needs is a romantic relationship. Or is it?

I liked both Cassie and Luke. They were great together. Their chemistry was off the charts. They had a strong connection. I also love how patient Cassie was with Luke's dad and how sweet Luke was in general.

This novella is so easy to read and enjoy. It makes me want to read the rest in the series.

Cliffhanger: No

3.5/5 Fangs

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