Dec 062012
 

30 Days of Christmas 2012, 24

It’s that time again! It’s time for my 30 reviews of Christmas.
Read my old reviews here: Christmas Books


Hott Synopsis

Much to her distress Nora Connors Rainer has returned home to rebuild her life – without her husband. Sure, legally she’s still married but he did agree to spend a year overseas without so much as asking if she or their son wanted to join him. Yup, over.

Since she’s starting over, Nora has decided to make a clean break – she’ll not be staying in the life of a high-powered attorney but instead hiding in the past with her very own antique store – and begin to hunt down hard to find memories for those that need them.

If only the local barkeep could understand that she just wants to be friends.

Hott Review

I really enjoyed Nora and the romance but the book was so very slow that I had a terrible time staying interested for more than half an hour at a time. It’s not a bad book by any means just way too peaceful for my tastes.

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Author: Joseph Pittman
Source: Kensington via Netgalley
Grade: DNF
Steam: YA until I stopped about halfway
Series: Linden Corners

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  3 Responses to “Christmas Review: A Christmas Hope”

  1. Wow!!!! A DNF.
    I looooooooove “Tilting at Windmills” it is one of my favorite books ever! But I have not tried anything else by him.

  2. I know — I’m hoping it was just my mood and not the book.

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